Yuvraj the prolific batsman is the perfect example of a fighter be it on the field or off on the hospital bed fighting with cancer. He defeated the cancer and returned once again to play cricket which shows the determination of a sportsman and moreover a son fulfills his father dream. On 10th June he finally call the day and retire from all forms of cricket.
In 2000 Yuvraj played his first match at Nairobi against Kenya and till retirement plays 40 tests, 304 one days and 58 T20 matches for India. Yuvraj historical six 6’s off Stuart Broad in 2007 T20 match at Durban register his name in record books.
In 2011 World Cup Yuvraj scored 362 runs in nine matches and also took 15 wickets to get the Man of the Series Award. Almost every player starting their careers with Yuvraj Singh retired from the game. He scored 1900 runs with three centuries and 11 half centuries in tests, 8701 runs in one days with 14 centuries and 52 half centuries and 1177 tuns in 58 T20 matches with eight half centuries. In tests his highest score was 169, 150 in one days and 77 in T20 matches. With his left arm spin bowling Yuvraj took nine test wickets, 111 one day wickets and 28 in the T20 matches.