Yuvraj Singh, the 2011 World Cup winner and man-of-the-series, has been out of the Indian cricket team set-up for quite some time. During his absence from the national team, he has played some first-class cricket for Punjab, but consistently failed to perform and grab the opportunity to the fore. However, the 37-year-old Yuvraj Singh has said that he will leave cricket, when he is at his best. He also said that the sport has given him everything and he doesn't wants to leave with any regret.
"Cricket has given me everything. When I leave the game, I want to be at my best. I do not want to go with any regret," Yuvraj said.
The 37-year-old, who was picked by Mumbai Indians for his base price of Rs 1 crore at the IPL auctions, has set his sights on the T20 extravaganza to make his bid for a comeback.
"I'm trying my best. This is our final league Ranji Trophy match and let's see if we can qualify... After this, we have the national T20 tournament and then we have the IPL. I will give my best shot and hope for the best," Yuvraj said.
Yuvraj lauded the Indian team's fine show in Australia.
"Obviously their experience in batting is not that much what it used to be. But it's fantastic effort from the guys. Especially, (Cheteshwar) Pujara, (Virat) Kohli, (Jasprit) Bumrah. They really excelled in Tests. It's great to see Rishab (Pant) going down the order and scoring big runs. It's great sign for Indian cricket for the future."
"Every time we toured Australia, it's been a very tough tour. We had the opportunity to win the series, it was a draw... Then next time Australia won 2-1," he said recalling the 2003-04 and 2007-08 tours.