"After 25 years in and around the 22 yards and nearly 17 years of global cricket on and off, I have chose to move on". The veteran cricketer has called for a media interaction at a plush South Mumbai hotel on Monday giving a hint at his possible retirement.
Not to forget, Yuvraj Singh took 111 wickets in ODIs as well and was Man of the tournament during India's successful World Cup 2011 campaign. Earlier in May, the 37-year-old won the Indian Premier League title with Mumbai Indians.
"It was a love-hate relationship with this game". "I can't really put it in words, but I'll try", he said as he started his emotional goodbye. This game taught me to fight.
-I have failed more times than I succeeded but I never gave up and will never give up till my last breath. But if there was one phase when he ruled world cricket, it had to be during the 2011 World Cup in India.
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January 2000: Yuvraj's talent is spotted fairly early and he makes a mark in India's Under-19 World Cup triumph in Sri Lanka in 2000.
What Yuvi said as he announced his decision to move on -Cricket has given me everything I have and is the reason I stand here today.
However, his cricketing form had been on the wane for a while. He has left behind his glory days behind playing his last Test in 2012 while his last ODI and T20 came in 2017. In his sporadic Test appearances, he scored three centuries and 11 half-centuries in aggregating 1900 runs, and in T20Is - where he headlined India's 2007 title-winning effort with a blast of six sixes in a Stuart Broad over - he ended with 1177 runs and 28 wickets.