|BIRTHDAY||12 December, 1981|
|BIRTH PLACE||Chandigarh , Chandigarh|
|AGE||35 Years Old|
|HEIGHT||in centimeters- 188 cm
in meters- 1.88 m
in Feet Inches- 6’ 2”
|WEIGHT||in Kilograms- 78 kg
in Pounds- 171.96 lbs
Yuvraj Singh was born on 12-12-1981 in Chandigarh in the state of Chandigarh, India. He is an Indian Cricket Player.
When on song, you won’t find a better hitter than him. He is the cleanest hitter of the cricket ball. He was a star by the team he represented India at the Under-19 level. All the cricket pundits knew that this boy has something special to offer and without wasting much of a time, selectors picked him right after Unfer-19 World cup and included him in the nation team that was to play an all important ICC Champions trophy. He proved his inclusion right by scoring a match-winning 84 against the mighty Australian attack that has the likes of Brett Lee, Glen McGrath, and Jason Gillespie. Since then, he never looked back and proved it that he is India’s biggest match-winner of all time. When the chips were down, he rescued team India more often than not. He was arguably India’s best big match player. After India’s disastrous show at the 2007 World Cup, he made a point at the maiden t-20 world cup in 2007. He scored a match-winning 30 balls 70 against the Australians in the semifinal and his six sixes against the England side became the highlights of the inaugural event. India finally won the world cup and it was this man who played some vital knocks to make it possible. He was instrumental again in the 2011 World Cups that India won. He won 4 man of the match awards along with the man of the tournament in the big event. Right after the world cup, it was known that he is suffering from cancer. The whole nation prayed for him and he defeated cancer and came back strongly. Though he was in and out of the team after 2011, but he made a strong start to the 2017 season and hope that he continues this way and play till 2019 world cup.
|AWARD NAME||AWARD CATEGORY||RECEIPT YEAR||RECEIPT FIELD|
|Arjuna Award||National Sports Award||2012||Cricket|
|Padma Shri||Civilian Award||2014||Sports|