‘I can’t believe you posted this’ – Hazel Keech, Sania Mirza, Preity Zinta react to Yuvraj Singh’s video
Yuvraj Singh took his retirement from international cricket earlier this year in June.
Updated - Nov 6, 2019 4:44 pm
Yuvraj Singh is seemingly enjoying his life to the fullest after bidding farewell to international cricket, earlier this year in June. He was struggling since 2017 to make a comeback in the national squad. But, he failed to do that on numerous occasions and in the end, he called off his time after playing cricket for almost two decades.
The fans of Yuvraj got delighted after they got the news of him participating in the T10 league which is scheduled to take place between November 15 to 24. He will be part of Maratha Arabians. Also, this will be the first experience for the former Indian all-rounder in the shortest format of the game. He will play alongside Dwayne Bravo, Rashid Khan, James Faulkner, and many others. He is also expected to take part in Ultimate Kricket League (UKL) that can see its inaugural season next year in February.
Yuvraj Singh finds a new way to enjoy time post-retirement
On 6th November, the 37-year-old shared a video of him playing virtual reality game. In the video, on one side Yuvraj is enjoying his time with “VR” game whereas his better-half Hazel Keech can be seen hilariously mimicking his moves. The former cricketer shared the video on Instagram, with a caption, “Next time I’m going to shoot you with my vr guns. if you interrupt me @hazelkeechofficial,”
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The moment video caught in the eyes of Hazel. She was left in shock and couldn’t believe that her hubby shared it, on his social media account and commented, “Omg i cant believe you posted this!!!!! Im gonna kill you!!!!!,”
Meanwhile, the ace Indian Tennis star Sania Mirza also commented on the video, “Moves Goals”. Even, Preity Zinta, the co-owner of Kings XI Punjab, nowhere looked behind and came up with a comment.
Yuvraj Singh played 304 ODIs and scored 8701 runs at an average of 36.55 with 14 centuries and 42 fifties. Also, the former player had won the player of the tournament in World Cup 2011. He also featured in 40 Tests in which he managed 1900 runs at an average of 33.92.