Yuvraj Singh, who played a key role in Team India’s two World Cup wins, feels that at the end of his career, he did not behave properly. Yuvraj said that the board’s stand was not professional. Yuvraj was a member of Team India which won the T20 World Cup in 2007 and ODI World Cup in 2011.
In 2007, he played match-winning innings in the quarter-finals and semi-finals. At the same time, he was selected Man of the Series in the 2011 World Cup.
Yuvraj retired in June last year due to continuous exits from the team. In an interaction with SportsKida website, Yuvi gave the example of some former greats and said that at the end of his career he did not get the respect he deserved.
He said, “I think the way we were treated was not professional.” Was unbearable. The same has happened with some of the last great players such as Harbhajan Singh, Virender Sehwag, Zaheer Khan. He was not treated well. It is a part of Indian cricket. I’ve seen it before and it
Yuvi said, “The cricketer who plays for India in the future, who has gone through difficult situations, should give respect to you.”
They should be given the respect they deserve. Gautam Gambhir who won us two World Cups. Sehwag, who is considered India’s biggest match-winner in Tests after Sunil Gavaskar. Also VVS Laxman and Zaheer Khan. I don’t think I’m great. I have played cricket honestly, but could not play Test matches much. Great players are those who have a great record in Tests.
Yuvraj played 304 ODIs, 58 T20s and 40 Test matches for India. During this time he scored 8701 in ODIs, 1177 in T20 and 1900 in Tests. He also has 111 wickets in ODIs, 28 in T20 and 9 wickets in Tests. Yuvraj played his first ODI match for India in 2000 against Kenya.
He played the first Test in 2003 against New Zealand and the first T20 in 2007. Yuvi last played against England in 2012. He played in the last ODI 2017 against the West Indies and the last T20 in 2017.