In just a few days from now, we would have reached the ten year anniversary of Yuvraj Singh’s legendary feat of hitting six sixes off Stuard Broad in Durban.
It has been an incredible journey since then, as Yuvraj has seen both the highs and lows of life in the last ten years. He lifted both the T20 World Cup and the 2011 World Cup, while also coming out victorious after battling with cancer.
Since then, the dashing left hander has opened a YouWeCan cancer foundation, which was done to spread awareness and fight against the fatal disease.
In what is one of the most wonderful stories in Indian cricket, Yuvraj Singh returned from his fight against cancer and continued to play cricket for India.
After recently completing 300 outings in ODI cricket, Yuvraj was rested for the ongoing series against Sri Lanka. But while the door is not closed on his career, he will need to perform on a consistent basis if he wants to make another come back into the side.
— yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) September 1, 2017
Recently, Yuvraj Singh received a warm letter from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in which the politician paid tribute to left handed batsman.
He called Yuvraj an inspiration, and told him to realize that many children in the country look up to him. Modi finally concluded by asking Yuvraj to carry on his work, as there is a lot that he can still do for the country.
Yuvraj posted the letter on Twitter, and thanked PM Modi for his gracious display.