Earlier this week, BCCI rejected Yuvraj Singh to come out of retirement and feature in the forthcoming Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy which is scheduled to begin on January 10, 2021. The legendary Indian southpaw called it a quits from all types of the game in 2019 as he wished to feature in Global T20 Canada later the same year. Notwithstanding, upon demand from the Punjab Cricket Association, Yuvraj reexamined his retirement and chose to play the impending season to prepare the adolescents also.
The 39-year-old southpaw was likewise named in the probable crew of Punjab for SMAT20. In like manner, Yuvraj Singh composed a letter to the BCCI to concede him the consent to make a rebound. In any case, the Indian board denied it for obscure reasons. Yuvraj Singh’s decision to play in the Canadian league last year is tipped to be one of the major reasons behind BCCI’s decision to veto his request.
Yograj Singh wants the BCCI to hand Yuvraj a chance
Yuvraj Singh’s father Yograj Singh has responded now on the equivalent expressing that he is additionally not certain about the specific explanation behind consent disavowal. He likewise felt the BCCI should give time to Yuvraj Singh to check a rebound to the game and invest energy with the adolescents.
“I am not certain about the specific purpose behind (BCCI denying NOC to Yuvraj), as I’m yet to talk with Yuvi on the equivalent. Be that as it may, it’s altogether the decision of the BCCI. “In any case, I feel that plentiful time should be given to resigned players to make a rebound and play with the little youngsters, who have a long way to go from them,” Yograj said while addressing Asianet Newsable.
Rewarding Indian cricket is significant, says Yograj Singh. Yograj Singh likewise felt that it is critical to give it back to Indian cricket as it has offered everything to his son Yuvraj Singh. Yograj added that he will be extremely glad if Yuvraj grooms a couple of cricketers who will proceed to play for the nation in the future while likewise uncovering that the southpaw keeps on rehearsing even now despite draping his boots in June 2019.
“Meanwhile, besides playing, giving back to the boys and Indian cricket is very important. If he can produce four-five players for the country in the coming years, it would be great. I will be very, very happy. He continues to practice even today. I think it’s all about how you feel. I believe it is very important to give back. If you are doing so, I think that is the greatest thing you are doing rather than playing cricket,” Yograj added.