The year 2007 T-20 World Cup and the 2011 World Cup hero Yuvraj Singh has also become a former cricketer like Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir, Zaheer Khan and Ashish Nehra. Today, with a heartfelt mindset, he announced his retirement in a press conference in Mumbai. Yuvraj is a very aggressive player and he had set a precedent by defeating a deadly disease like cancer. Not many people know that their first biopsy report was stolen from the car and doctors in the investigation could not identify his disease.
Yuvraj's father Yograj Singh was also a cricketer. However, he played very little international cricket, but he had a consolation that Yuvraj Singh became a big cricketer. The father took his entire life to make Yuvraj a cricketer. He saw himself in Yuvraj. Yuvraj did not disappoint his father. At the age of 20, Team India made its way. The first ODI Yuvraj played against Kenya in the year 2000. Since then, Yuvraj has played 304 ODIs (8701 runs, 111 wickets), 40 Tests (1900 runs, 9 wickets) and 58 T20s (1177 runs, 28 wickets).
During the 2011 World Cup, Yuvraj Singh was going through the difficulties of breathing, but he did not let it affect his game. He continued playing in the sickness and won the World Cup with the team India. After the World Cup, it was discovered that he had abnormal lung cancer. The doctors in India could not identify his disease. Later, the Russian doctor identified the tumour. He has gone to Us for his treatment and when he becomes fit then he returned to the ground.
UV had played his last international match against the West Indies two years ago. After this ODI he did not return to the ground. New players were in the team and Yuvraj failed to cross the yoyo test of fitness. Yuvraj has retired from good cricket, but cricket lovers will never forget six sixes on England's fast bowler Stuart Board's 6 balls.