Yuvraj Singh’s Statement on Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli’s Retirement, Will Team India Change After T20 WC?


2007 and 2011 World Cup hero Yuvraj Singh, has now spoken about the retirement of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. A big statement has been given or it can be said that the time of retirement of both these great cricketers . Singh breaking the silence on the retirement of Rohit and Virat is a big news in itself and this big news is also related to the upcoming T-20 World Cup because Yuvraj Singh has told what kind of team he wants to see in the T-20 World Cup.

In the statement in which he has mentioned the retirement of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.

Regarding the upcoming T-20 World Cup, many questions are being raised about Virat and Rohit . Some people say that Virat and Rohit should retire and the young players should be sent to the T-20 World Cup. Actually, Yuvraj Singh has suggested that after the T-20 World Cup, Rohit and Virat should focus on other formats except T20.

In a conversation with ICC, Yuvraj said that Rohit and Virat are entitled to retire from T-20 cricket whenever they want. Yuvraj Singh has reminded the fans that Rohit and Virat have done a lot for the Indian team and hence gave them full right to choose this decision.

It is clear that Yuvraj Singh wants that after the T-20 World Cup, both Virat and Rohit should leave the T-20 format and focus on Test and ODI.

It is noteworthy that the T-20 World Cup to be held in America and West Indies. For now, the names of both Rohit and Virat are considered to be fixed in the team. Both the players have not played much cricket in this format after the last T-20 World Cup, although both of them played T-20 against Afghanistan in the beginning of this year.

Also , Virat Kohli is currently the holder of the Orange Cap by scoring 430 runs in nine matches in IPL, in which his top score is 113 not out.

Yuvraj said that I would like to see more young players in the T20 format because it will reduce the burden on the senior players who play 50 overs and test matches.