In This Biography Yuvraj Singh all detail like Height , Weight , Birthdate and Other Detail….
|Biography of Yuvraj singh|
|Real Name||Yuvraj Singh Bhundel|
|Profession||Indian Cricketer (Batsman)|
|Physical Status & More of Yuvraj singh|
|Height||in centimeters- 185 cm
in meters- 1.85 m
in Feet Inches- 6’ 1”
|Weight||in Kilograms- 78 kg
in Pounds- 172 lbs
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Personal Life of Yuvraj singh|
|Date of Birth||12 December 1981|
|Age ||39 Years|
|Birth Place||Chandigarh, India|
|School||DAV Public School, Sector 8, Chandigarh|
|Education Qualifications||10th standard|
|Family||Father- Yograj Singh (Actor, Former Cricketer & Coach)
Mother- Shabnam Singh
Brother- Zoravar Singh (Actor)
|Best Friends||Harbhajan Singh|
|Home Address||Block-A of DLF City (Phase 1), Gurugram, Haryana|
|Hobbies||Travelling, reading and watching films|
|Like &DisLike||Likes- playing Tennis, Roller Skating
Dislikes- Red colour
|Cricket History Of Yuvraj singh|
|International Debut||Test- 16 October vs New Zealand at Mohali
ODI- 3 October 2000vs Kenya at Nairobi
T20- 13 September 2007 vs Scotland at Durban
|Domestic/State Team||Delhi Daredevils, India A, Kings XI Punjab, Pune Warriors, Punjab, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Yorkshire|
|IPL Team||Sunrisers Hyderabad|
|Nature on field||Aggressive|
|Jersey Number||12 (India)
12 (IPL, County Cricket)
|Career Turning Point||Performance in the 1999-2000 Ranji Trophy.|
|Records [Main]||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.
|Favourite Shorts||Pull shot|
|Likes To Play Again||Pakistan|
|Favourite Things Of Yuvraj singh|
|Favourite Food||Kadhi-Chawal, Gobhi ka Paratha, Chinese cuisine|
|Favourite Player||Batsman: Sachin Tendulkar, AB de Villiers and Chris Gayle
Bowler: Lasith Malinga
|Favourite Actor||Shah Rukh Khan|
|Favourite Destination||New Zealand|
|Girls , Affairs and More Of Yuvraj singh|
|Affairs||· Kim Sharma (Actress),
· Deepika Padukone (Actress, rumour),
· Riya Sen (Actress, rumour)
· Preity Zinta (Actress, rumour),
· Leepakshi (Fashion Designer, rumour),
· Hazel Keech (Actress),
|Wife||Hazel Keech, Actress (2016-present)|
|Marriage Date||30 November 2016|
|Style Of Yuvraj singh|
|Cars Collection||Lamborghini Murcielago, Bentley Continental, Porsche 911, BMW M5, BMW M3 Convertible, Mercedes Benz S-Class, Audi Q5, BMW 3 Series|
|Earning Money of Yuvraj singh|
|Net Worth||$35 million|
|Salary per Match||· Test Match: Rs 7 Lakh per match
· One-Day Internationals: Rs 4 Lakh per match
· Twenty20 Internationals: Rs 2 Lakh per match
|Biography Yuvraj Singh
Yuvraj Singh would definitely be the first superstar of Indian Cricket in the 21st century. The forgotten legend of Indian Cricket is still counted among the best left-handed batsmen that the world of cricket has ever encountered.
In his prime, Yuvraj could hit the ball coming at him as clean and far that anybody could imagine. He used to do it all with so much ease and flamboyance that bowlers always wanted to avoid bowling to ‘the six-king’ of India.
Yuvraj Singh is a renowned left-handed batsman who always bowls left-arm spin, a fearless and flamboyant cricketer. A proficient cricket of fast bowling, Yuvraj Singh has the power and ability to strike the ball clean and long, and his antagonistic batting has even attested to be a match winner on several occasions. Yuvraj is also an enormous point fielder, with rapid reflexes that make him to rank higher in the list of proficient fielders achieving ODI run outs.He was a star by the team he represented India at the Under-19 level. All the cricket pundits knew that this boy has something special to offer and without wasting much of time, selectors picked him right after the Under-19 World cup and included him in the national team that was to play an all-important ICC Champions trophy. He proved his inclusion right by scoring a match-winning 84 against the mighty Australian attack that has the likes of Brett Lee, Glen McGrath, and Jason Gillespie. Since then, he never looked back and proved it that he is India’s biggest match-winner of all time. When the chips were down, he rescued team India more often than not. He was arguably India’s best big-match player.
After India’s disastrous show at the 2007 World Cup, he made a point at the maiden t-20 world cup in 2007. He scored a match-winning 30 balls 70 against the Australians in the semifinal and his six sixes against the England side became the highlights of the inaugural event. India finally won the world cup and it was this man who played some vital knocks to make it possible. He was instrumental again in the 2011 World Cups that India won. He won 4 Man of the match awards along with the man of the tournament in the big event. Right after the world cup, it was known that he is suffering from cancer. The whole nation prayed for him and he defeated cancer and came back strongly. Though he was in and out of the team after 2011, he made a strong start to the 2017 season and made the best possible comeback. He, however, couldn’t hold on to his place for long and was dropped from the side after the tour of West Indies in 2017. Though he has made his desire to play the 2019 World Cup selectors started looking beyond him since 2018 and therefore even after an impressive IPL 2019, he didn’t get selected.
Yuvraj Singh’s first-class debut for Punjab against Orissa in the 1997-98 Ranji season. He was dismissed for a duck on his opening innings. In the U-19 Coach Behar Trophy final, Yuvi scored 358 against Punjab against Bihar. The whole Bihar team together scored 357.
In the 1999-00 Ranji Trophy season, Singh scored brilliant innings of 149 against Haryana. His good performances saw him picked for India U19 against Sri Lanka in February 1999. In 2000, Yuvraj was selected to play in the India U19 team at the U19 ICC Cricket Cup, Sri Lanka.
Yuvraj scored 203 runs in 8 matches at an average of 33.83 and strike rate of 103.57. In the semi-final against Australia U19, Yuvi scored 58 as he powered India 284. He followed it up with 27 of 40 balls as Boys in Blue beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets to lift their maiden U19 World Cup.
With the ball, Yuvraj picked 12 wickets in 5 matches at an average of 11.50 and economy of 3.39. His best bowling performance in the tournament (4/15) came against Nepal U19 in the group stage. On the field, Yuvraj took 4 catches in 8 matches. His all-round performance ensured the wonder boy from Punjab won the Man of the Tournament.
With the dawn of a new era in the Indian Cricket under the captaincy of another legendary left-handed batsman, Sourabh Ganguly, youngsters like Yuvraj Singh and Mohammad Kaif got the opportunity to wear the blue colour and represent the senior team.
Yuvraj Singh made his ODI debut on 3rd October 2000 in the ICC KnockOut Trophy against Kenya. The first-timer did not produce any notable performances in the beginning.