Yuvraj Singh concedes that he has actually been “failing” but states he will not quit on his career at least till 2019.
The 35-year-old all-rounder, who played a critical role in India’s 2011 World Cup triumph, has actually been having a hard time to keep a location in the side for some time now.
“I would like to tell that I am failing. I still stop working. I stopped working the last 3 fitness tests but yesterday I passed my fitness test. After 17 years I am still stopping working,” Yuvraj stated.
Speaking at an interactive session organised by UNICEF here as part of ‘The Power of Sports to Shape the Future of Adolescents’ project, the veteran said his career decisions will be solely decided by him.
“I am not scared of failure. I have actually gone through ups and downs. I have seen defeat which’s what the pillar of success is.”
“To be an effective man, to be an effective individual in your life, you require failure and you’ve got to be beat. That will make you a stronger person and it will take you to the next level,” he explained.
Yuvraj said he is not sure how numerous individuals believe in him given his recent depression however he hasn’t stopped believing in himself.
“I am still playing. I have no idea exactly what format I am going to play. I am pushing everyday as tough as I utilized to, may be harder than in the past because I am getting older. And I see myself playing cricket till 2019 and certainly take a call after that,” he stated.
“So I still think in myself. As I said I have no idea how numerous individuals believe in me however I do believe in myself,” Yuvraj added.
The left-hander has played 40 Tests, 304 ODIs and 58 T20 Internationals in his 17-year-career scoring 1900, 8701 and 1177 stumble upon the respective formats.He had actually just recently hit the headlines for skipping Ranji Prize matches to train at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru.It was discovered that he did so to clear the
‘Yo-Yo ‘physical fitness test, which he had failed in the past.