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Yuvraj Singh Short Description :

When all is well with Yuvraj Singh, he hits the ball as clean and long as it has ever been hit. When all is not well, he looks so awkward you forget he can hit the ball clean and long. All has been well with Yuvraj more often in limited-overs cricket, where he can be effortless and brutal at the same time, than in Tests, though his form and consistency has been on the decline since his comeback following a recovery from a rare form of germ cell cancer in 2012. When he started off, though, his athleticism on the field and his canny left-arm spin made him a key one-day player as Indian cricket went through a makeover at the turn of the century.Yuvraj’s father, Yograj, who played one Test for India, was what Mike Agassi was to Andre. So obsessed was he with Yuvraj’s cricket that he took a skating gold medal off his young son’s neck and threw it out of the car. “From now on, you are going to play cricket.” And from then on he has played cricket. The major shift came when, at 15, he carried kitbags in crowded local trains, living away from his parents and a luxurious life in Punjab. At 18 he was shredding a strong Australian attack, in only his second ODI, in the Champions Trophy in 2000.Soon Yuvraj would become India’s middle-order lynchpin, forming fruitful partnerships first with Rahul Dravid and then with MS Dhoni. Both batsmen, superb ODI operators in their own right, credited their success to Yuvraj’s ability to score at will. Testament to Yuvraj’s importance is that when he was dropped from the ODI side in 2010, it was the first such occurrence since he cemented his place in the Indian team. His ODI career is full of highlight reels, with the biggest impact being his contribution to India’s World Cup triumph in 2011 – 362 runs, 15 wickets, and four Man-of-the-Match awards, and the Player of the Tournament. That put to shade even his awesome achievement in the World T20 triumph in 2007, where he famously hit a Stuart Broad over for six sixes.However, his limitations have manifested themselves in Tests, where he has struggled both against the seaming and swinging ball, and quality spin. Apart from three shining innings – a sparkling century on a Lahore greentop, another from 61 for 4 against Pakistan, and an unbeaten 85 in a successful chase of 387 in Chennai – his Test career doesn’t have much to write home about.The World Cup win in 2011 was the biggest moment of his cricket career, but soon after that came the biggest challenge of his life, when he was diagnosed cancer which required a two-and-a-half month treatment in the USA. He returned home after completing his chemotherapy in April 2012, fairly confident that he could resume his duties on the cricket field reasonably quickly and in August he was named in India’s squad for the World T20 in Sri Lanka.In January 2013, poor form and fitness led to his ouster from the team. But a visibly slimmer and fitter Yuvraj emerged from a training stint in France in October and hit an unbeaten 35-ball 77 in a T20I against Australia on his comeback. But lack of consistency meant he was out of the ODI mix after the tour of South Africa in December 2013.Even as his form dipped, Yuvraj continued to be a hot pick at the IPL auction, picking up contracts worth over a million dollars in 2014 ($2.33 million or Rs 14 crore to RCB), 2015 ($2.67 million or Rs 16 crore to Delhi Daredevils) and 2016 ($1.04 million or Rs 7 crore to Sunrisers Hyderabad). The hype surrounding him didn’t transcend onto the cricket field, however, and the low point was a laboured 21-ball 11 in the final of the 2014 World T20 which resulted in India losing momentum and eventually the title to Sri Lanka.In January 2016, he made yet another international return, in Australia, for the T20 stretch leading into the World T20, where a twisted ankle curtailed his tournament. He hadn’t had a great time at the World T20, his 52 runs coming at an average of 13.00 and a strike rate of exactly 100, and at 34, his international future seemed in doubt.A splendid 2016-17 Ranji Trophy season – 672 runs at 84.00 – brought him back into contention, however, and the selectors recalled him to the ODI squad – for the first time since December 2013 – for the home series against England in early 2017.

Short Name : Yuvraj Singh

Full Name: Yuvraj Singh

Name Called By Fans: Yuvraj Singh

Profession : Indian Cricketer

Yuvraj Singh Birth Details :

Birthday (DOB) : 12-Dec-81

Birth Place :Chandigarh,

Zodiac sign/Sun sign : Sagittarius

Age:37 years 119 days

(as on 2019)

Nationality :Indian

Schooln/a
College / Universityn/a
Other Educational Qualificationsn/a
Religion / CasteHinduism /
Food TypeVegetarian / Non-Vegetarian
Yuvraj Singh Home AddressChandigarh,
Yuvraj Singh Hobbiesn/a

Yuvraj Singh Personal Details :

Yuvraj Singh AKA Yuvraj Singh, Plays for National Cricket Team of India. And he plays role as Middle-order batsman in the team.

Family Details:

Father :  Yograj Singh (Actor, Former Cricketer & Coach)

Mother : Shabnam Singh

Siblings : Brother– Zoravar Singh (Actor)

Marriage Status :Married

Wife: Kim Sharma (Actress)

Kids:0

Kids Names : 0

Girlfriend or Affairs:Kim Sharma (Actress)

Currently Dating: N/A

Yuvraj Singh Physical Appearance :

Height :

in centimeters- 185 cm
in meters- 1.85 m
in Feet Inches- 6’ 1”

Weight :

in Kilograms- 78 kg
in Pounds- 172 lbs

Body Type : Slim / Gym Build / Athlete

Body Measurements : 

– Chest: 41 Inches
– Waist: 34 Inches
– Biceps: 13 Inches

(approx Value.)

Hair Color: Brownish Black

Eye Color : Indian Black

Skin Tone: Fair / Indian Tan Color

Yuvraj Singh Cricket Career :

Overview :

When all is well with Yuvraj Singh, he hits the ball as clean and long as it has ever been hit. When all is not well, he looks so awkward you forget he can hit the ball clean and long. All has been well with Yuvraj more often in limited-overs cricket, where he can be effortless and brutal at the same time, than in Tests, though his form and consistency has been on the decline since his comeback following a recovery from a rare form of germ cell cancer in 2012. When he started off, though, his athleticism on the field and his canny left-arm spin made him a key one-day player as Indian cricket went through a makeover at the turn of the century.Yuvraj’s father, Yograj, who played one Test for India, was what Mike Agassi was to Andre. So obsessed was he with Yuvraj’s cricket that he took a skating gold medal off his young son’s neck and threw it out of the car. “From now on, you are going to play cricket.” And from then on he has played cricket. The major shift came when, at 15, he carried kitbags in crowded local trains, living away from his parents and a luxurious life in Punjab. At 18 he was shredding a strong Australian attack, in only his second ODI, in the Champions Trophy in 2000.Soon Yuvraj would become India’s middle-order lynchpin, forming fruitful partnerships first with Rahul Dravid and then with MS Dhoni. Both batsmen, superb ODI operators in their own right, credited their success to Yuvraj’s ability to score at will. Testament to Yuvraj’s importance is that when he was dropped from the ODI side in 2010, it was the first such occurrence since he cemented his place in the Indian team. His ODI career is full of highlight reels, with the biggest impact being his contribution to India’s World Cup triumph in 2011 – 362 runs, 15 wickets, and four Man-of-the-Match awards, and the Player of the Tournament. That put to shade even his awesome achievement in the World T20 triumph in 2007, where he famously hit a Stuart Broad over for six sixes.However, his limitations have manifested themselves in Tests, where he has struggled both against the seaming and swinging ball, and quality spin. Apart from three shining innings – a sparkling century on a Lahore greentop, another from 61 for 4 against Pakistan, and an unbeaten 85 in a successful chase of 387 in Chennai – his Test career doesn’t have much to write home about.The World Cup win in 2011 was the biggest moment of his cricket career, but soon after that came the biggest challenge of his life, when he was diagnosed cancer which required a two-and-a-half month treatment in the USA. He returned home after completing his chemotherapy in April 2012, fairly confident that he could resume his duties on the cricket field reasonably quickly and in August he was named in India’s squad for the World T20 in Sri Lanka.In January 2013, poor form and fitness led to his ouster from the team. But a visibly slimmer and fitter Yuvraj emerged from a training stint in France in October and hit an unbeaten 35-ball 77 in a T20I against Australia on his comeback. But lack of consistency meant he was out of the ODI mix after the tour of South Africa in December 2013.Even as his form dipped, Yuvraj continued to be a hot pick at the IPL auction, picking up contracts worth over a million dollars in 2014 ($2.33 million or Rs 14 crore to RCB), 2015 ($2.67 million or Rs 16 crore to Delhi Daredevils) and 2016 ($1.04 million or Rs 7 crore to Sunrisers Hyderabad). The hype surrounding him didn’t transcend onto the cricket field, however, and the low point was a laboured 21-ball 11 in the final of the 2014 World T20 which resulted in India losing momentum and eventually the title to Sri Lanka.In January 2016, he made yet another international return, in Australia, for the T20 stretch leading into the World T20, where a twisted ankle curtailed his tournament. He hadn’t had a great time at the World T20, his 52 runs coming at an average of 13.00 and a strike rate of exactly 100, and at 34, his international future seemed in doubt.A splendid 2016-17 Ranji Trophy season – 672 runs at 84.00 – brought him back into contention, however, and the selectors recalled him to the ODI squad – for the first time since December 2013 – for the home series against England in early 2017.

Salary :

Salary (approx.)fill here
Net Worth (approx.)$35 million

 

Pet Name:Yuvi

Jersey Number : #12 (India)
#12 (IPL, County Cricket)

Playing Role : Middle-order batsman

Batting Type : Left-hand bat

Bowling Type :  Slow left-arm orthodox

Teams Involved :

Major teams India, Asia XI, Delhi Daredevils, India A, Kings XI Punjab, Mumbai Indians, Pune Warriors, Punjab, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Yorkshire

Averages Table :

Here the Yuvraj Singh’s, Runs Average, Bowling and Fielding Averages are Tabulated Below.

Average Run Rate : 

Number Of Centuries (100’s): 62

Number Of Half Centuries (50’s):212

Batting and Fielding :

MatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100504s6sCtSt
Tests40626190016933.92327757.9731126022310
ODIs30427840870115036.55992487.671452908155940
T20Is58519117777*28.02863136.38087774120
First-class13922118896526044.1626361180
List A423389551266317237.9119781320
T20s2312162748578325.693772128.76027386261530

 

Bowling :

MatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10
Tests403593154792/92/2060.773.52103.4000
ODIs304161504842941115/315/3138.685.1045.4210
T20Is5831424499283/173/1717.827.0615.1000
First-class13934081978415/9448.243.4883.110
List A423708360101665/315/3136.205.0942.6210
T20s23113015971989804/294/2924.867.4719.9200

 

Notable Records :

• 1st player to hit six 6’s in an over in a T20 match. He did it in 2007 T20 World Cup against England in Stuart Broad’s over.
• Only player to be Man of the series in both T20 & ODI World Cups.

Honours & Awards So Far : 

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Facebook Profile:

Instagram:

Twitter :

Yuvraj Singh Favourites :

Favourite CricketerBatsman: Sachin Tendulkar, AB de Villiers and Chris Gayle
Bowler: Lasith Malinga
Favourite FoodKadhi-Chawal, Gobhi ka Paratha, Chinese cuisine
Favourite ActorShah Rukh Khan
Favourite ActressKajol
Favourite SingerGurdas Mann
Favourite PoliticianManmohan Singh
Favourite BooksThe Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma, A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle, and The Secret by by Rhonda Byrne
Favourite ColourBlue
Favourite DestinationNew Zealand

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