Yuvraj Singh Feel He Didn’t Got The Support MS Dhoni Got During The End Of His Career
By CricShots - May 4, 2022 4:28 pm
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While former Indian all-rounder, Yuvraj Singh retired as one of the biggest names in world cricket, his career witnessed a lot of ups and downs. After the 2011 World Cup, wherein the all-rounder was named the Player of the Tournament, the southpaw’s career witnessed a downfall as he was diagnosed with cancer. Though Yuvraj made a comeback after beating the disease, the all-rounder wasn’t a regular face in the squad anymore.

Yuvraj Singh

Time and again after his retirement in 2019, Yuvraj Singh has been coming up with bold statements, claiming how unfairly he was treated by the selectors and team management at the fag end of his career. In a recent interaction, Yuvraj stated that not everyone gets support from the captain and coach, but his former teammate MS Dhoni was among the lucky ones.

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During a recent conversation with Sports18 on Home of Heroes, Yuvraj Singh said, “Definitely when you have support from the coach and the captain it helps. Look at Mahi (MS Dhoni) towards the end of his career. He had so much support from Virat and Ravi Shastri.”

Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni

He further added, “They took him to the (2019) World Cup, he played till the end, and went on to play 350 games. I think support is very important but in Indian cricket, everybody will not get support.”

Yuvraj Singh also stated that the fear of getting dropped was also a reason behind the downfall of many cricketers.

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Explaining the same, Yuvraj Singh said, “There have been great players like Harbhajan Singh, Virender Sehwag, VVS Laxman, Gautam Gambhir who didn’t get that (support). When you are batting out there and you know that the axe is hanging on your head how will you concentrate and bat and give your best. It is not an excuse but with different coaches and after 2011 times are very different.”