Varun Dhawan to Neha Dhupia, celebs react to Yuvraj Singh’s retirement from all forms of cricket; Check it out

Cricketer Yuvraj Singh announced his decision to retire from cricket of all forms; Bollywood celebs Varun Dhawan, Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi among others, react to the news
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In a press conference in Mumbai today, the 37-year-old Yuvraj Singh, known for being an all-rounder in cricket, announced his retirement from the sport. “I have decided to move on,” he said. Yuvraj has 8,701 runs and 111 wickets to his name in ODIs, with 1,177 runs and 28 wickets in T20Is and is known to be one of the greatest limited over players to play for India. In his career spanning over 24 years, Yuvi has won many games along with our hearts.

During the press conference, Yuvi recounted his best memories as a cricketer, along with talking about his worst moments. He said, “It was a great rollercoaster ride and beautiful story but it has to come to an end. It was the right time to go.” Yuvraj Singh started his career from the Punjab Under-16s at the age of 13 years in the 1995–96 season against Jammu and Kashmir. He had his international breakthrough when he was selected in the Indian squad for the 2000 ICC KnockOut Trophy.

Reacting to the announcement, Bollywood celebrities took to their social media to thank the cricketer for his service. Varun Dhawan wrote: “Thank u @YUVSTRONG12 for all the memories and always being a great ambassador of the game  #yuvrajsinghretires.” Angad Bedi also penned a heartfelt message. His post reads: “Thank you for the service you have done to Indian cricket. A true champion who carried himself with decorum at all times. You made memories on the field and off which we as Indian fans shall always cherish. It’s Time.. #Yuvrajsingh #YuvrajSinghRetires #jerseyno12.”

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Yuvraj Singh was my fav cricketer and will always remain.can never forget the 2011 world cup..a true hero.love u and will always miss u on field.best of luck

Yuvraj Singh was my fav cricketer and will always remain.can never forget the 2011 world cup..a true hero.love u and will always miss u on field.best of luck..

In the careers of sport and politics, timing is everything.
It is better to retire on your own terms and when you feel ready to leave, than to overstay your welcome and get pushed out. I admire him for knowing when to leave. Many hang on and refuse to make space for younger talent.

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