Yuvraj Singh passes the Yo-Yo test after failing three times!
Posted December 5, 2017 at 14:00
Yuvraj Singh is famously known for his 6-balls-6-sixes incident that took at the Kingsmead, Durban in South Africa during the inaugural 2007 T20 Cricket World Cup. Post that, Yuvraj Singh also played a critical role in helping India win the 2011 Cricket World Cup.
From thereon, Yuvraj Singh had seen one of the lowest points in his life. He battled with cancer and came out successfully. After some stellar performance in Ranji matches and First-Class matches, the left-hander managed to grab a place in the Indian National Side.
But he was soon dropped citing fitness and form issues. Yuvraj Singh as failed 3 times in the ‘Yo-Yo’ test that was made mandatory by the Indian Team management to be available for selection into the National team.
A player needs to attain a score of 16.1 in the ‘Yo-Yo’ test. In the fourth attempt, Yuvraj Singh managed to register a score of 16.3 which gave him a nod that he is fit to play international cricket for India.
Speaking at the press, Yuvraj said, ‘I am here to tell you I have failed. After failing three times, I passed the test yesterday. I still back myself for the 2019 World cup. I am pushing myself harder than before. I still believe in myself and my self-confidence will be undeterred.’