Yuvraj said that I was unfair – Yuvraj broke his silence

Yuvraj Said That I Was Unfair New Delhi. Former cricketer Yuvraj Singh had retired from all formats of cricket but never gave the reason for this decision. 

Yuvraj Broke His Silence

During a recent program, Yuvraj broke his silence in this matter and told many such things that the Indian cricket management has once again come under the scanner.

Despite passing the yo-yo test, Yuvraj was not selected in the Indian cricket team and was asked to play domestic cricket.

The 37-year-old Yuvraj, while accusing the Indian Cricket Selection Committee in the matter, said that he needed to take a fair stand at the time of selection.

Yuvraj revealed that none of the team management told him that the youth would be given preference over senior players.

He never said that I would not be included in the team even after becoming the man of the match in 2 of the 8-9 matches played after the Champions Trophy 2017.

After that, I got injured and I was asked to prepare for the Sri Lanka series.

Yo-Yo Test

Recalling the injustice done to him, Yuvraj said that, this yo-yo test proved to be the U-turn of my career.

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Suddenly, at the age of 36, I had to go back to the Yo-Yo test and prepare. Even after clearing my yo-yo test, I was asked to play domestic cricket.

Yuvraj said that in fact, the selectors thought that I would not be able to approve the test because of my age, which would make it easier for me to reject it later.

Yes, you can say that it was an exercise to create an excuse which has been going on forever.

The Indian cricket legend played an important role in World T20 2007 and World Cup 2011 with his bat and his ball.

During the inaugural World T20 of 2007, Yuvraj gave proof of his skill by hitting six sixes off Stuart Broad’s six balls.

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