Team India’S greatest all-Rounder Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from International cricket last year. After that he played in Global T20 Canada and Abu Dhabi T10 League.
In a recent Interview, Yuvraj Singh names the worst IPL club. He said that he wanted to run away from kings XI Panjab.
“I WANTED TO RUN AWAY FROM KINGS XI PUNJAB. THE MANAGEMENT DIDN’T LIKE ME THERE. THEY DID NOTHING I ASKED THEM TO DO AND WHEN I LEFT THEY BOUGHT ALL THE PLAYERS I HAD BEEN ASKING THEM TO. I LOVE PUNJAB BUT I DID NOT LIKE THE RUNNING OF THE FRANCHISE” – YUVRAJ SINGH.
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Yuvraj Singh won the IPL title twice, once for SunRisers Hyderabad and other for Mumbai Indians last year. He didn’t get too many chances in the last year Indian Premier League.
Yuvraj Singh on Corona Virus Pandemic
“THE DEFINITION OF NORMAL WILL CHANGE IN THE POST-PANDEMIC WORLD. WHILE THINGS WILL START UNLOCKING AS PER THE DIRECTION OF THE AUTHORITIES, IT IS EACH INDIVIDUAL’S RESPONSIBILITY TO TAKE PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES FOR THE BENEFIT OF SELF AND OTHERS. AS A SPORTSMAN, I BELIEVE, ONE NEEDS TO BE COMPLETELY FOCUSED AND IN THEIR BEST SHAPE AND MINDS. THE FEAR OF CORONAVIRUS IS AN ADDED PRESSURE FOR A CRICKETER WHEN ON THE FIELD AND THAT CAN INTERFERE WITH YOUR MINDSET. HENCE, THERE WILL BE A LOT OF STRESS ON KEEPING THE PLAYERS AND TEAM SAFE WHETHER IT’S ON OR OFF THE FIELD INCLUDING DRESSING OR LOCKER ROOMS. THERE ARE VERY RELEVANT REGULATIONS BEING IMPLEMENTED BY ICC IN MITIGATING THE RISKS POSED BY THE COVID-19 VIRUS. THIS WILL DEFINITELY BE BENEFICIAL IN SAFEGUARDING THE HEALTH OF PLAYERS AND MATCH OFFICIALS.”