By: side. (Source: Express picture by Kevin D’Souza) Veteran Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh is not fretting over his failure to keep his place in the side and said that he has no intention of hanging up his boots till 2019 World Cup. Confessing that he is pressing himself more difficult than before the southpaw kept that his profession decisions will be exclusively decided by him. Yuvraj Singh played his last ODI in June 2017 while his last appearance in T20 remained in February this year.Speaking on the
sidelines of an event Yuvraj said, “I would like to tell that I am stopping working. I still stop working. I failed the last three physical fitness tests however the other day I passed my fitness test. After 17 years I am still failing.” “I am not afraid of failure. I have actually gone through ups and downs. I have seen defeat which’s exactly what’s the pillar of success,” he added.
“To be a successful man, to be a successful individual in your life, you need failure and you have actually got to be defeated. That will make you a more powerful individual and it will take you to the next level,” he even more added.Revealing that he
hasn’t stopped believing in himself, the 36-year-old stated, “I am still playing. I do not know what format I am going to play. I am pushing every day as tough as I used to, might be more difficult than in the past due to the fact that I am getting older. And I see myself playing cricket till 2019 and clearly take a call after that.””So I still think in myself.
As I said I do not know the number of individuals believe in me but I do think in myself,” Yuvraj concluded by saying.For all the current Sports News, download Indian Express App © IE Online Media Solutions Pvt Ltd Tags: