Indian southpaw, Yuvraj Singh has been one of the biggest match-winners for India over the years. He hasn’t been in the best of touch for a while now. The 37 years old, however, returned back to some sort of form as he smashed a fifty in his very first outing for Mumbai Indians against Delhi Capitals in the IPL.
Yuvraj Singh last played for India in June 2017 when the team toured West Indies. He opened up on his retirement plans in the post-match press conference after his side lost to Delhi Capitals.
“When the time comes, I will be the first one to hang up my boots. I spoke to Sachin (Tendulkar) as well and he has gone through such a time at 38-39. Talking to him makes things easier for me,” said Yuvraj Singh during the post-match press conference.
“In the last two years, I have been up and down. I started playing cricket because I enjoyed the game and then I was not playing for Indian. It was U-14, U-16, so till the time I enjoy, I will play,” he added.