“On public demand il be back” Yuvraj Singh announces his return to cricket

Yuvraj Singh announces his return to cricket

Former Indian cricket team all-rounder and the star of India’s 2011 World Cup glory Yuvraj Singh has announced that he is set to make his comeback to cricket field on public demand.


The left-hand batsman announced his retirement from International cricket back in June the 10th in 2019. However, he did played in some franchise leagues and domestic cricket for Punjab. But hasn’t been seen in field for quite the some time.

But the former Indian star all-rounder himself confirmed through his social media account that he is set to make his comeback to cricket field in the coming months, on public demand.


He took to his Instagram account and posted a video of his final of hundred in International cricket with the Bollywood song ‘Teri Mitti’ playing in background.

His post on his Instagram account reads that he is coming back to cricket field on public demand in February next year. However, he didn’t specify any particular tournament or leagues names, but likey to be the Road Safety World Series, or the Canadian Global T20 Canada league.

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He then thanked the fans for their support and hyped up the fans to cheer the Indian cricket team in their tough times as they struggle with 2 defeats in their opening 2 matches.

Yuvraj Singh career

Talking of Yuvraj Singh, the former Indian cricket team all-rounder was an integral member of the Indian cricket team ever since making his debut for India in an ODI match against Kenya in the year 2000.

He then made his debut for India in Test cricket on the 16th of October, 2003 against New Zealand.

He has played for Kings XI Punjab, Pune Warriors India, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi Daredevils, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League.

He has played 40 Test matches, in which he has scored 1900 runs. He was part of the Indian team that won the T20 World Cup in 2007 and ICC Cricket World Cup in 2011. He has played 304 ODI matches and has scored 8701 runs and 1177 runs in 58 T20 International matches.

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