Indian cricket participant Yuvraj Singh introduced his retirement from all types of the sport on Monday in Mumbai. The left-handed batsman bid adieu to worldwide cricket with an combination of 11,778 runs. He scored 8701 runs in ODIs, 1900 runs in Checks and 1177 runs in T20Is respectively.
The 37-year-old all-rounder, accompanied by his spouse and mom, informed reporters on Monday of his determination at a metropolis resort near Wankhede Stadium the place India lifted their final 50-overs World Cup title in 2011.
“After virtually 17 years of worldwide cricket on and off, I've determined to maneuver on,” he stated after tearing up from a video tribute exhibiting highlights of his profession.
“Cricket has given me every part and that’s the rationale why I'm standing right here at the moment.”
“I'm going to go and revel in my life, it has been too annoying simply interested by my worldwide profession, performing in massive tournaments like IPL,” he stated.
Yuvraj made an emotional return to the sport in 2012 after a prolonged battle with a uncommon most cancers in his lungs and performed the final of his 40 assessments that very same 12 months.