Yuvraj Singh

Yuvraj Out As India Pick Binny & Pandey

India have named their Test and One-Day International squads to tour New Zealand in January and February, with Yuvraj Singh omitted from the limited overs line-up.
31 December 2013

Yuvraj's Fairytale Return Gives India Victory

Yuvraj Singh marked his international cricket return with a match-winning 77 not out in the one-off Twenty20 International against Australia in Rajkot.
10 October 2013

Yuvraj Back As India Name Squads

Yuvraj Singh has been recalled to India's squad for the Twenty20 International and first three One-Day Internationals against Australia.
30 September 2013

Cricket Video - Yuvraj Singh In Contention For Test Recall - Cricket World TV

A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news from as we look at the news that Yuvraj Singh has been called up to the India A squad to take on the touring England side in a three-day game. Along with Suresh Raina, Manoj Tiwary and Ajinkya Rahane, he is bidding to fill the number six slot in the Test line-up vacated by VVS Laxman.
24 October 2012

Raina To Lead India 'A' Side, Yuvraj Singh Included

Suresh Raina will lead the India 'A' side to take on England in a three-day warm-up match that also includes star batsman Yuvraj Singh. The Indian board (BCCI) has named a strong 14-man squad which will meet the tourists as one of three tour matches ahead of the opening Test in Ahmedabad.
24 October 2012

Yuvraj Singh Makes Emotional Return

Yuvraj Singh will make his cricketing comeback following his battle with cancer in a Twenty20 International against New Zealand on 8th September. He has been named in the 15-man squad which will contest two Twenty20 Internationals against the Kiwis and then the World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka later that month.
10 August 2012

Yuvraj Singh Makes Welcome Return For World T20

Yuvraj Singh has made a welcome return to an Indian national squad for the first time since his cancer diagnosis. It is understood that he is currently training in Bangalore and said that he believed Twenty20 cricket was the best format for him to make his cricketing comeback as he builds up his stamina following several gruelling rounds of chemotherapy.
18 July 2012

Rohit Sharma Replaces Out Of Form Yuvraj Singh

Mumbai batsman Rohit Sharma has replaced Yuvraj Singh for India's third and final Test against the West Indies, which gets underway in Mumbai on 22nd November. Despite India winning both matches in the series in Delhi and Kolkata, Yuvraj has struggled, with scores of 23, 18 and 25 to show for his efforts.
17 November 2011

Yuvraj Singh Leads India To Victory Over Sri Lanka

A scintillating blast of 60 not out in 25 balls from Yuvraj Singh handed India a six-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the second and...
12 December 2009

Yuvraj Singh Ruled Out Of Champions Trophy

India's preparations ahead of their ICC Champions Trophy opener against Pakistan on Saturday have been hit by the news...
23 September 2009

Yuvraj Singh Named In Indian Test Squad

Yuvraj Singh has been recalled to India's Test squad for the two-match series against England in Chennai next week.
4 December 2008

Yuvraj Singh Cleared Of Dissent After Hearing

Yuvraj Singh has been cleared of dissent after a hearing that discussed his behaviour after being dismissed in the first innings of the first Test...
29 December 2007

Yuvraj Singh Charged With Dissent In Melbourne

Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh has been charged with dissent after refusing to leave his crease promptly when he was given out in the first innings...
28 December 2007

In-Form Yuvraj Singh Left Out Of India Test Side

Despite his fine form and excellent displays in recent one-day games for India, there is no place in the Test side for left-handed batsman Yuvraj...
21 November 2007

Yuvraj Singh Fined For Dissent After Jaipur Match

Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh has been fined 20 per cent of his match fee after being found guilty of showing dissent during Sunday's one-day...
19 November 2007

Yuvraj Singh Guides India To Series Victory

An unbeaten 63 from Yuvraj Singh steered India to a six-wicket win in the final one-day international against South Africa and with it a 2-1 series victory.
1 July 2007