Yuvraj Singh made his final appearance on the international circuit against the West Indies. © Instagram
Yuvraj Singh made his last appearance on the international circuit against the West Indies on June 30, 2017, when he participated in India on One-day International (ODI). Since then, he has not managed to find a place in the national team and has been constantly on social media, with one of the reasons why he was not in the Indian team because he grew too much for the game. Yuvraj, 36, was also informed that he was too old for power training and should follow a normal exercise routine.
Yuvraj, who had previously recovered from cancer, responded to critics on Friday by posting a power-training video on Instagram and said: "Last year they told me I'm old for power training and I should follow my normal routines. tell me I can not do something because I'm going to win again until I reach my goals I hope a new season begins Remember always it's never too late to learn something new and achieve it ### start over #neversaynever #livedareinspire "
Yuvraj Singh has played 304 ODIs for India scoring 8701 runs at an average of 36.55. He has the highest score of 150 in the 50-envelope format.
Yuvraj has also appeared in 40 Tests and 58 Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) for India.
The all-rounder also received the Arjuna prize in 2012. He was also the man of the tournament in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011.