Yuvraj Singh was a part Mumbai Indians franchise which won IPL 2019 title. © AFP Yuvraj Singh, after bringing down the curtains on his international and Indian Premier League (IPL) career, expressed his desire to continue playing in foreign T20 leagues as he wants to “have fun” and “enjoy himself” for a year or two. To fulfill his post-retirement plan, the southpaw has sought permission from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to allow him to be a part of those leagues. “I want to play T20 cricket. At this age I can manage to play some kind of fun cricket. I want to go and enjoy my life. It’s been too stressful just thinking about my international career, performing and big tournaments like the IPL,” said Yuvraj Singh at a media conference in Mumbai.”Now I would like to enjoy myself. With BCCI’s permission I would like to go and play. Just have fun for this year and maybe next year, whatever is left in me.”It’s been a very long and hard journey and I think I deserve that,” said Yuvraj who hit four half-centuries and a century, while also picking up 15 wickets on his way to… Read full this story
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