Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has earned a lot of name in cricket with his stormy batting. His father Yograj Singh had a big hand behind making Yuvraj Singh a cricketer.
Yuvraj did not like cricket since childhood, he used to play many different sports, but got rid of cricket for his father.
This is the reason why even today he is also interested in many sports besides cricket. Recently, Indian tennis legend Leander Paes expressed his wish by congratulating him on his birthday.
Leander Paes turned 47 years old on Thursday, on this occasion, Yuvraj Singh tweeted and congratulated him on his birthday and said that he wants to become his doubles partner after Pace’s retirement.
Yuvraj Singh tweeted, ‘Happy birthday brother @Leander hope you’re doing good! Have a day as wonderful as your smooth forehand and backhand shots in case you’re looking for a doubles partner, we can be a good retired pair, stay safe!’
Let me tell you that Paes had announced retirement after this session but everything has come to a standstill due to Corona and Pace is still thinking what to do and has not taken any decision.
Leander Paes won the bronze medal for the country at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. With his victory, India’s 47-year medal drought was over. Even after that, Paes went on to reach the semi-finals in the doubles category at the 2004 Athens Olympics, but he missed the bronze medal after coming close.
Likewise in 2012, he lost in the last 8 matches in mixed doubles. In 2019, he became the most successful player in Davis Cup history. He broke the record of Nicola Pitrangeli of Italy by winning the 43rd match.