Bio

The son of former Indian fast bowler and Punjabi movie star Yograj Singh, Yuvraj is one of the best Cricketers on the Planet.

He has been a member of the Indian cricket team since 2000 (ODIs) and played his first Test match in 2003. Singh was the vice captain of the ODI team from late-2007 to late-2008. Hailing from Chandigarh, India, Yuvraj has amassed more than 7500 runs over the course of his One Day International (ODI) career to date, represented India in 34 Tests and is most remembered for his six sixes in an over off England’s Stuart Broad in the ICC World Cup 20-20 Championship in 2007.

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Date of Birth:
December 12, 1981
Hometown:
Chandigarh, India
Sponsors:
Fiat, Reebok, Royal Stag (Seagram's), Cool Maal, Biria Sun Life Insurance, Parachute, Revital, Classmate
Hobbies:
Clothes, cars, New York, New Zealand, Batman, Manchester United, Soccer, Roger Federer, Mom's cooking

Career Highlights

    • ICC Highest Batsman Ranking World No.2 & ICC Highest All rounder Ranking No.2
    • Vice Captain of Indian ODI Team (2009), Captain of Kings XI Punjab (IPL1 & IPL 2), Captain of India Red's
    • 5th Indian Batsman ever to have crossed the 7,000 run mark (against W. Indies in June 2009)
    • 2 x Hat-tricks at the IPL Season 2 against Bangalore Royal Challengers and Deccan Chargers
    • In 2008 - Hit 138* runs from 78 balls against England. The second fastest by an Indian in ODI's
    • Scored 300 runs in partnership with Ganguly against Pakistan in Bangalore, November 2007
    • Hit Six sixes at the T20 World Cup 2007 and scored the fastest 50 runs in 12 balls
    • 2005-06 scored 1,161 runs at an average of 58, becoming one of the key member of the ODI team
    • 2003 - scored his first century in the fourth season in Bangladesh
    • Created memorable innings with Mohammed Kaif in the NatWest series 2002
    • Debuted in ODI at the age of 19 years and scored 84 runs against Australia in 2000 ICC Champions Trophy in Kenya
    • Part of the Under 19 Team that won the World Cup in 2000