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Yuvraj Singh reveals his post-retirement plans and difference between MSD and Virat

Yuvraj Singh (Photo Source: Indian Express photo by Kevin D'Souza)

The stylish southpaw from India, Yuvraj Singh reveals his unique post-retirement plans. Yuvraj Singh is one of those few guys who played under many charismatic leaders of India and he explained how the transformation of the team under Dhoni to Virat Kohli evolved.

He quoted saying that MS Dhoni is someone who is always calm and composed while the latest skipper, Virat Kohli loves to be aggressive on the field and injects the same thing to his team as well. However, Yuvraj is happy for Virat as he is yielding the good results for India.

Yuvraj Singh (Photo Source: Indian Express photo by Kevin D’Souza)

“Obviously, he’s very different from MSD, who is calm and composed. Virat is a bit aggressive. The results have shown that he is doing very well as captain. It’s a different generation too. MSD had very experienced players, match-winners. It was a very set team when he got the captaincy. The team has transformed under Virat,” Yuvraj Singh quoted as per the quotes in Sportstarlive.

“Being so fit himself, he emphasises on fitness. The players now are much fitter than the previous generation because the game too has become more demanding. Virat is taking the team in the right direction with his fitness and diet discipline, keeping in mind the 2019 World Cup,” he added further.

Post-retirement plans:

Yuvraj Singh wants to be the coach for the youngsters in order to enhance their skills and push them to the further heights. He feels that he is not that interested in doing a commentator role and wants to give his words of advice to people regarding the sports and education alongside his foundations.

“Commentating is not my forte. Cancer (YouWeCan Foundation) is going to be my area of work in the future. I love supporting young kids, I like interacting with the younger generation. Coaching is in my mind. I would identify underprivileged kids and focus on their sport and education. Education is as important as a sport. You need to focus on both. Sport should not come at the cost of education,” Yuvraj remarked.

Written by Prashi Relangi

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