Shane Warne was hailed by Yuvraj Singh as “one of many biggest gamers” the sport has ever seen.© Twitter

Yuvraj Singh took to Twitter to want former Australian cricketer Shane Warne, who turned 51 on Sunday. Yuvraj hailed Warne as “one of many biggest gamers” the sport has ever seen, occurring to explain Warne as a champion performer. “Completely satisfied birthday to the legendary king of spin @ShaneWarne, arguably one of many biggest gamers the sport has seen and remembers! A champion performer and a magician on the pitch! Wishing you good well being and happiness all the time,” the ex-India cricketer wrote in his tweet.

Yuvraj may come out of retirement and be part of the Punjab squad subsequent season, in response to NDTV sources. The cricketer retired from worldwide cricket in June 2019. Nonetheless, he was motivated to make a return to the sport after mentoring gamers from Punjab in home cricket.

His focus at present lies solely on taking part in T20 cricket for Punjab. The cricketer has written to Punjab Cricket Affiliation (PCA), expressing his eagerness to return out of retirement with the intention to assist the state emerge victorious in T20s. This comeback is nonetheless topic to approval from the PCA.

Warne, alternatively, had not too long ago advised a modification to T20 cricket, which might enable bowlers to bowl a most of 5 overs. The previous Australian spinner additional expressed a want to see this suggestion carried out within the upcoming version of the Indian Premier League (IPL), tagging Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly, in addition to the Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) in his Twitter put up.


“Getting a number of nice reply’s to my suggestion re a most of 5 overs per bowler in T/20 cricket! Let’s make it occur ASAP @ICC! Perhaps we may attempt it within the @IPL beginning on Sept 19 @SGanguly99 (sic),” his tweet learn.

Mumbai Indians (MI) will tackle Chennai Tremendous Kings (CSK) within the opening conflict of the 13th version of IPL within the UAE.

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