Yuvraj Singh, the experienced all-rounder, who has been running out of the Indian cricket team for a long time, has said that he will announce his retirement when the right time comes.
Yuvraj Singh the 37-year-old Yuvraj played his last international match for India against the West Indies in June 2017. He is playing for Mumbai Indians this time in the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Yuvraj Singh played a magnificent inning of 53 runs in 35 balls against Delhi Capitals in the first match of the team. However, his innings of the loss of the Mumbai Bowejad had to face.
Yuvraj Singh said in the press conference after the match, “When the time comes, I will first announce the retirement, the last two years have been quite fluctuating for me, I played the match because I was enjoying it. When I was not playing for India,I was playing under-14 and under-16, so till I enjoy the game, I will be playing. ”
Yuvraj, who played 40 Test, 304 ODIs and 58 T20 Internationals for India, also said that he has consulted Sachin Tendulkar about this, who himself also passed through such circumstances in the last days of his career.
Yuvraj said, “I have talked to Sachin, he passed through similar times at the age of 38-39. Talking to him has made things easier for me.”