There are quite a few enigmas in the cricketing world. But among the top ones concerning Indian cricket is the Test career of Yuvraj Singh. While Yuvi finished his career as one of the giants of limited-overs cricket, he only managed to play 40 Tests over the course of his career and never really managed to settle into the Test side. In these matches, he scored 1900 at an average of 33.92. A couple of years after announcing his retirement from international cricket, Yuvraj has taken a hilarious take at his Test career which seemed to be a sly dig at the Indian team management.
Responding to a post by a leading Indian sports media house that asked the followers to name an Indian cricketer who should have played more Test matches along with a photo of the tall left-hander, Yuvi simply said, "Probably next life! When I’m not 12th man for 7 years 🤪"
Check out his response here:
Scored at a strike rate of over 170 in Road Safety World Series
After retiring from international cricket and IPL, Yuvi was seen in the Road Safety World Series, playing for the India Legends where he rolled black the clock and looked in sublime touch. He ended up as the third leading run-getter for the team led by Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar. While the 39-year-old scored 194 runs in 6 innings, it came at a strike rate of 170.18 and an average of 64.67. India Legends beat Sri Lanka Legends in the finals of the tournament played to educate the masses in India about the importance of Road Safety Rules.