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Yuvraj Singh Quotes (Author of The Test of My Life)
Yuvraj Singh Retires - Shoaib Akhtar’s Special Message to Yuvraj - World Cup 2019
Yuvraj Singh Quotes
Be positive Take the right advice and act as soon as you can I had three sessions of chemotherapy so it was really tough, it was hard to go through it. But while I was going through my treatment, I was always motivated that I was going to come back and play for India. I think that's what kept me going and got me through. When one is young, aspiring to play for the country, doing well, any hindrance, like injury or being out of form, can be frustrating and a cause of annoyance or even anger. But once you have a close encounter with death, you realise the real value of life.
Cricketers Sachin Tendulkar right and Yuvraj Singh. Walking into international sunset after ramping up the swagger and style quotient of what used to be a sombre Indian dressing room for 17 years, Yuvraj was flooded with wholesome praise by the cricket community, with close friend-cum-mentor Tendulkar leading the way. You have come out as a true champ everytime the team needed you. A delighted Yuvraj carried Tendulkar on his shoulders after they helped India to a World Cup triumph in , together realising their long-cherished dream. What a fantastic career you have had Yuvi.
Yuvraj Singh brought the curtains down on his beautiful cricketing journey on Monday after he announced his retirement from international cricket in a press conference in Mumbai. The greatest triumph for Yuvraj, now 37, was undoubtedly the World Cup when he hit four half-centuries and century, while also picking up 15 wickets - including a five-for against Ireland - on his way to the Man of the Tournament award as India won the trophy for only the second time. But soon after the World Cup came the biggest turning point in Yuvraj's life when he was diagnosed with cancer and required a two-and-a-half month treatment in the USA. Despite the long and arduous battle with cancer, he returned to competitive cricket and was named in India's squad for the World T20 in Sri Lanka in In , Yuvraj Singh showed his big tournament mentality when he hit Stuart Broad for 6 sixes in Durban during the first-ever World T He followed that up with a barnstorming fifty against Australia and played a crucial hand as India won the first edition of the World T After the World Cup, the cricketer was diagnosed with cancer and battled the disease throughout the tournament.
This will not post anything on Facebook or anywhere else. Like everyone else, a young boy hoping to make a mark in Indian cricket worshipped the man just the same. The reason I mention this is because 11 years down the line, this youngster would dedicate the biggest moment of his life to the Little Master. But there was so much that happened leading up to that moment. He has this thing about him: effortless, poised, not showing an ounce of pressure. Game in and game out, that is Yuvraj Singh for you. On his day, a cyclone.
As Yuvraj Singh reflected upon the outstanding innings that gave England a disastrous start to their one-day series in India, he was so drowsy that he might have been inadvertently dosed up with valium rather than painkillers. He strained his back early in his innings, turning sharply for a second run when batting against England's captain Kevin Pietersen, but thereafter played with such abandon on his way to from 78 balls that he registered the eighth fastest ODI hundred in history. My teammates were saying I should always wear a back support if it makes me play like that. And he has advice for England - send for Monty Panesar. Pietersen's honeymoon period as England captain has abruptly ended, but he was chirpy enough. It's hard to take, but Yuvraj Singh played fantastically well.