Yuvraj Singh: Not retiring soon, will play cricket till 2019 -- WATCH

Yuvraj Singh: Not retiring soon, will play cricket till 2019 -- WATCH

Yuvraj Singh has recently cleared the yo-yo test and is confident of making a comeback

It seems ace Indian match-winner has revealed his retirement plans. Yuvraj Singh played his last ODI in June 2017 while his last appearance in T20 was in February this year. Yuvraj Singh is an out an out match winner, he was the man of the tournament in 2011 cricket World Cup and also played a pivotal role in India winning the 2007 inaugural World T20I. Singh, who has also gone through the trauma of cancer is determined to make a comeback into the team.

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Speaking on the sidelines of an event Yuvraj said, “I would like to tell that I am failing. I still fail. I failed the last three fitness tests but yesterday I passed my fitness test. After 17 years I am still failing.”  “I am not afraid of failure. I have gone through ups and downs. I have seen defeat and that’s what’s the pillar of success,” he added.

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“To be a successful man, to be a successful person in your life, you need failure and you’ve got to be defeated. That will make you a stronger person and it will take you to the next level,” he further added.

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Singh is also one of the few cricketers to have hit 6 sixes in an over in an international match.

VIDEO 1: He speaks about raising awareness for adolescents in South Asia

VIDEO 2: Yuvraj Singh Officially said that he passed The YO YO Test

VIDEO 3: Yuvraj Singh’s issues statement regarding air-pollution in Delhi

He like Sourav Ganguly has made many comebacks into the squad and has the belief to repeat it again.

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