Yuvraj Singh speaks up on retirement plans

Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh is often in the discussion about his future in cricket. This year, Yuvi, who played for Mumbai in IPL, said that when he feels that his time is over, he will retire himself.

Yuvraj’s track record in IPL has been poor, but for his new franchise Mumbai Indians, he made a half-century and started the tournament well. Although he could not take the team to victory. In the third IPL match of the IPL 2019 on Sunday, Delhi defeated Mumbai by 37 runs.

Yuvraj said after the match that when the time comes, he himself will be the first to retire. Although Yuvi, who is the 2007 World T20 and 2011 World Cup hero, admitted that many times he is confused about his career. The south-paw said, “The last two years were full of ups and downs for me, I could not decide what to do.” Yuvraj said that when he did introspection, he found that he is still enjoying the game, just like he was an under-16 cricketer and he did not think of selection in the national team.


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