After making a huge contribution to Indian Cricket, Yuvraj Singh, the man who hit 6 sixes in an over in 2007 and was the player of the tournament in the 2011 World Cup which India won, has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket.
The Chandigarh star who went through many ups and downs throughout his career showed all his fans what he is made of. After battling cancer Yuvi decided to get back on the field, while needless to say that it wasn't easy for him at all, the cricketer never made it look hard. Yuvi all through his career and even now is a huge inspiration not only for sportsmen but also for cancer patients and survivors around the world.
In the light of Yuraj's retirement, Union Home Minister Amit Shah posted a message on Twitter;
As is evidenced by the Home Minister's tweet, Yuvraj Singh's retirement announcement has garnered reactions from across the country and even from beyond the cricketing fraternity. One person who straddles both categories now - Gautam Gambhir - who was the linchpin of India's 2011 World Cup final triumph and is also now a BJP PM, wrote: