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Born: December 12, 1981 (age 40 years), Chandigarh, India
Career end: June 10, 2019
Height: 1.88 m
Spouse: Hazel Keech (m. 2016)
Number: 12 (India national cricket team)
Parents: Yograj Singh, Shabnam Singh
Siblings: Zoravar Singh
Born Dec 12, 1981
Birth Place Chandigarh
Height 6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
Role Batting Allrounder
Batting Style Left Handed Bat
Bowling Style Left-arm orthodox
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Singh was born in a Punjabi Sikh family to Yograj Singh, a former India cricketer, and Shabnam Singh. Tennis and roller skating were Yuvraj’s favourite sports during his childhood and he was quite good at both.
He had also won the National Under-14 Roller Skating Championship. His father threw away the medal and told him to forget skating and concentrate on cricket. He would take Yuvraj to training every day.
Yuvraj studied at the DAV Public School in Chandigarh. He completed his graduation degree in commerce from DAV College, Panjab University, Chandigarh. He also did two short roles as child star in Mehndi Sagna Di and Putt Sardara.
In 2015, Yuvraj got engaged to Hazel Keech and married her in November 2016. In February 2021, he purchased a luxury pent-house in Chattarpur, South Delhi.
Yuvraj Singh was born on 12th of December, 1981 to Shabnam and Yograj Singh: former Indian bowler. An aggressive left hand batsman and slow left arm bowler.
With his quick reflexes, stunning catches and impeccable fielding, he’s an all-rounder in true sense.
He trained under his dad from a very age under strict restrictions. At a tender age of 13 he made into the Punjab Under-16 squad and later got into Punjab Under-19. He made his first class debut in the year 1997.
His first breakthrough performance came against Sri Lanka Under-19 with a brisk 89 off 55 balls.
He was a part of the India Under-19 team which was victorious at the 2000 U-19 World Cup. Yuvraj Singh was adjudged the Man of the Tournament for his brilliant all-round effort.
His valiant performance made him earn his international cap in the year 2000.
After being dropped due to lack of runs in 2001 and 2002, Yuvraj made his place in the team with two quick fires against Zimbabwe to seal series on the same year.
Going into the NatWest series of 2002, he scored a 19 ball 40 in a rain washed game. He along with Mohammed Kaif stabilized the innings chase of final where India scored 146 at the loss of 5 wickets.
The duo added 121 runs for the wicket which ensured the finals win. He scored 69 (63) before getting caught to Paul Collingwood. This final still remains the best ODI chase till date.
He scored his maiden ODI century against Bangladesh in Dhaka in 2003 after three years of debut. He was signed up Yorkshire club in the year 2003 and became only the second Indian player after Sachin to play county cricket then.
He made his test debut later in the same year (2003) against New Zealand.
The forgotten legend of Indian Cricket is still counted among the best left-handed batsmen that the world of cricket has ever encountered.