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ik7
02-06-2012, 09:18 AM
Yuvraj Singh has been diagnosed with cancer and is currently undergoing chemotherapy in the United States. A tumour on his lung was diagnosed as non-malignant late last year, but his physiotherapist has now confirmed that it is cancerous. Dr Jatin Chaudhary said it was "100% curable" and that Yuvraj would be "fit to be back on the field" in May.

"It is a rare tumour and is cancerous but it has been detected in stage 1 itself (Stage 0 refers to cancer that is just beginning, while stages 1 to 4 are progressively more advanced cancers)," Chaudhary, also an accupuncture specialist, told PTI.

"Doctors had to decide whether to continue medication or go for chemotherapy but since parts of the tumour are just above the artery of his heart, there was a danger that while running it could burst. But it is 100% curable.

"The doctors decided that he would have to undergo chemotherapy and he travelled to the US on January 26. End of March, he would undergo a CT scan and should recover by then."

Yuvraj hasn't played competitive cricket since the Tests against West Indies last November, when news of his tumour became public. He had originally hoped to make a comeback in the tri-series in Australia, but last month it was announced that he would not be fit in time for the IPL, which begins in April. "Thankfully no surgery is required, he is already a lot better than what he was and can't wait to be back on the cricket field.

"Once he is done with chemo in March, his rehabilitation would be complete by April end and he would be perfectly fit to play in May."

A Man-of-the-Series performance in India's World Cup win in 2011 has been sandwiched by two forgettable years for Yuvraj. He battled with form and fitness in 2010, losing his place in the side. After the World Cup, several injuries curtailed his appearances for India, before the detection of the tumour forced his current absence from cricket.

baappootty
02-06-2012, 10:41 AM
Sad news for all Indians..Hope he will recover soon.....He is still active in twitter in this stage....

AppuS
02-06-2012, 10:43 AM
Sad news, wishing him best of luck...

Sethu Madhavan
02-06-2012, 10:45 AM
get well soon yuvi:(

Niranjan
02-06-2012, 11:37 AM
Sad News - Hope he will come back soon

navarannan
02-06-2012, 12:16 PM
Yuvi will fight back, athinulla manashakthi daivan ayalkku nalkatte...

Thanks Mirash...

Krishna
02-06-2012, 07:08 PM
"Yuvraj had no lifestyle issues"

The doctors treating Yuvraj Singh for his cancer insisted the Indian batsman did not fall sick because of any indiscipline in his lifestyle.
The cancer diagnosed for the World Cup hero is believed to be the rarest of rare cases - 'Extragonadal Seminoma'. This form of cancer constitutes less than one per cent of all cancers, medical experts said.
Dr Nitesh Rohatgi, who is leading the team looking after Yuvraj, pointed out that the disease originated from the cricketer's heart but that was not due to any abuse in his lifestyle.
Yuvraj's lifestyle and late-night parties have often kept him in the news and he is a hit with the gossip pages of newspapers across the country. However, Dr Rohatgi stressed that the cancer, which stands a 95 per cent chance of being cured, was not fallout of any excesses in his lifestyle.
The doctor said Yuvraj has reacted very well to treatment: "He has shown tremendous courage and he should be back to active training in 10 weeks. I am sure Yuvraj the person would be back soon and Yuvraj the cricketer would return as well.
"He has been reading a lot (including Lance Armstrong's autobiography), playing video games, jogging and running."
Dr Rohatgi said Yuvraj has coped with the situation a lot better than others in his position, thanks to his fitness, a fact that was seconded by Dr Anupama Hooda, Head of Oncology at a New Delhi hospital.
"Yuvraj is obviously not as fit as he was a year ago but he is coping well because he is so strong mentally. He has started jogging and running, which means he would take less time to get back to full training," Dr Rohatgi said.
Yuvraj, on Wednesday, would have completed three weeks of his nine-week chemotherapy stint in the United States and his doctors are hopeful that the 30-year-old would return to action sooner rather than later.


Cricket | "Yuvraj had no lifestyle issues" | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item748391/%22Yuvraj-had-no-lifestyle-issues%22/)

Krishna
02-06-2012, 07:09 PM
"BCCI taking care of Yuvraj"

Yuvraj Singh’s manager said on Monday that the Indian cricketer’s cancer treatment was being taken care of by the BCCI.
Sports Minister Ajay Maken had earlier tweeted that the Government would help the ailing Indian cricketer in his battle for cancer. Given the obvious differences between the Sports Ministry and the BCCI, this appeared to be a sensitive case.

However, Yuvraj’s manager Nishant Arora clarified the ‘finances and everything else’ was being looked after by the BCCI. The board had been made aware of the Indian southpaw’s medical condition much before the rest of the world got to know.

“Yuvraj is contracted with the BCCI and they are like his guardians. The board has been like true guardians to Yuvi -- they have been in constant touch with him and his family, be it the president or the secretary. The BCCI is taking care of his treatment -- finances and everything else,” Arora said at a press conference at a New Delhi hospital.
Yuvraj, who won the Man of the Tournament in the World Cup last year with 362 runs and 15 wickets, has been undergoing chemotherapy since January 25 this year for a condition called ‘Extragonadal Seminoma’ located between his lungs rather than in his lungs. The doctors treating the cricketer are hopeful of curing the cancer.

Meanwhile, Arora and Yuvraj’s doctors pleaded with the media to leave the flamboyant all-rounder alone and not bother his family with any questions. The media have wanted to know where exactly in the US Yuvraj was located, speculating on Boston or New York.

“We would not reveal where Yuvraj is unless he himself wants you to know. I know everyone wishes him well but you have to respect his privacy,” Arora said.


Cricket | "BCCI taking care of Yuvraj" | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item748365/%22BCCI-taking-care-of-Yuvraj%22/)

Krishna
02-06-2012, 07:09 PM
"Yuvraj's treatment was delayed"

Yuvraj Singh's father Yograj Singh lamented that his son's treatment was delayed and that Yuvraj had not taken his advice seriously.
"I don't want to blame anyone. But I feel that things could have been different. If you recall, two years back when Yuvi was playing in a T20 match at Mohali and played a match-winning innings, in which after hitting a six he came running towards Suresh Raina and could be seen coughing badly," Yograj recalled how the early signs of his son's illness were not picked up seriously.

Struggling to hold back his tears, the former Test cricketer said he had then advised Yuvraj to get a thorough medical check up done, but he had brushed it aside saying he was not a kid and that he was alright.

"But I knew that something was wrong. Six months back the doctor who saw the laboratory reports of Yuvraj had pleaded that he should be taken to the US for treatment. With folded hands, the doctor said that best treatment is available in the US, but I don't blame anyone," he said speaking at his residence.

Yuvraj is considered closer to his mother Shabnam Singh, who lives in Gurgaon and is currently with his son who is receiving treatment in the United States. Yograj lives separately in Chandigarh.

He, however, felt that ultimately the right thing had happened, that Yuvraj did not play in Australia. Otherwise matters could have turned worse.

Trying to put up a brave face, Yograj said that he had spoken to his son, who was in good spirits.

"He is responding well to the treatment and God willing we should see him back in action very soon," he said.

Yuvraj's illness Yuvraj has also resulted in stronger bonding between him and his father than ever before.

"Yuvi is lion-hearted. He is a sher (lion). You will see him roar once again (on the field)," said his father.

Yuvraj had played a stellar role in India's ODI World Cup triumph last year.

The 30-year-old left-hander has been in the US since last month being treated for what was earlier claimed by his family to be a tumour in the lungs.


Cricket | "Yuvraj's treatment was delayed" | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item748328/%22Yuvraj%27s-treatment-was-delayed%22/)

Krishna
02-06-2012, 07:10 PM
'Government to help Yuvraj fight cancer'

Sports Minister Ajay Maken has promised Government help to Yuvraj Singh, who is undergoing chemotherapy in the United States to recover from lung cancer.
"Wish Yuvraj a speedy recovery! Asking officials to find the quantum and nature of help required. Government should & will help him," Maken tweeted.

Yuvraj, who played a stellar role in India's ODI World Cup triumph last year, has been diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy at the Cancer Research Institute in Boston.

The 30-year-old left-hander has been in US since last month being treated for what was earlier claimed to be a tumour in the lungs by his family.

His physiotherapist Dr Jatin Chaudhary has, however, assured that the ailment is curable and the batsman would be fit to resume cricket in May.

"It is a rare tumour and is cancerous but it has been detected in stage one itself. Doctors had to decide whether to continue medication or go for chemotherapy but since parts of the tumour are just above the artery of his heart, there was a danger that while running it could burst. But it is 100 per cent curable," Chaudhary said.

"The doctors decided that he would have to undergo chemotherapy and he travelled to the US on January 26. End of March, he would undergo a CT scan and should recover by then. After that it is just some rehabilitation in April before he is fit to be back on the field in May," Chaudhary added.

"Thankfully no surgery is required, he is already a lot better than what he was and can't wait to be back on the cricket field."

Yuvraj, who was Player of the Tournament in the World Cup last year with 362 runs, 15 wickets and four Man-of-the-Match awards, has also been taking ayurvedic medicines to battle the disease.

Yuvraj has played 37 Tests, scoring 1775 runs at an average of 34.80.

He has 8051 runs at an average of 37.62 from his 274-match ODI career. In 23 Twenty20s, Yuvraj has scored 567 runs at 31.50.

"Once he is done with chemo in March, his rehabilitation would be complete by April end and he would be perfectly fit to play in May," Chaudhary has said.
PCA assures help

Punjab Cricket Association has also assured full help to Yuvraj Singh.

"The PCA will extend full help to Yuvraj. He is our best cricketer and we are with him in this hour of crisis," PCA secretary, M P Pandove told PTI.

He said Yuvraj's illness had been discussed between the PCA and the BCCI and all his expenditure will be taken care of.

"We are all hoping that he gets well and plays for India and Punjab very soon," Pandove said.

Asked if the PCA had got in touch with his family, Pandove said, "We have sent mails to them since his mother is not in the country at the moment".

Commenting further on Yuvraj's illness, Pandove said, "It is very unfortunate that such a thing has happened. Yuvraj was at the peak of his career. We wish he gets well soon."


Cricket | 'Government to help Yuvraj fight cancer' | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item748281/%27Government-to-help-Yuvraj-fight-cancer%27/)

pulijose
02-06-2012, 07:18 PM
Get Well Soon Yuvi...:pray:

anukutty
02-07-2012, 04:14 AM
Aadyam serious alla ennaanu paranjirunnatu,ippo serious aanennum.Very depressing news.Cricket onnum onnumalla...pettennu poorna sugham praapikkatte Yuvi.

Pankajakshan
02-07-2012, 07:02 AM
Endhaa parayya :(

Krishna
02-07-2012, 01:07 PM
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ik7
02-07-2012, 08:40 PM
Friends, lets keep yuvi in our prayers...:pray: Lets pray for our match winner...:praying:

baappootty
02-07-2012, 11:14 PM
Friends, lets keep yuvi in our prayers...:pray: Lets pray for our match winner...:praying:
Oru underrated player aanu Yuvraj ennu palappozhum thonniyittundu........T20 World Cupum ODI World Cupum kittiyathil mukya panku vahichathu Yuvi thanne...Even India thokkunna matches aanenkil polum avasaana nimisham vare poraadum..Koode aarum illenkil polum..Dhoniyokke aarum illenkil pinne 50 over bat cheyyan vendi thatti mutti nikkunathu kandittundu..Last match thanne udaaharanam..Koodathe Yuvi Sachinteyokke oru favourite playerum koodiyaanu..T20 World Cupil Yuvi 6 six adichathine pattiyokke Sachin parayunnathu kettittundu....Yuvi ethrayum vekam sukham praapikkatte ennu praarthikkam...

ik7
02-07-2012, 11:41 PM
Oru underrated player aanu Yuvraj ennu palappozhum thonniyittundu........T20 World Cupum ODI World Cupum kittiyathil mukya panku vahichathu Yuvi thanne...Even India thokkunna matches aanenkil polum avasaana nimisham vare poraadum..Koode aarum illenkil polum..Dhoniyokke aarum illenkil pinne 50 over bat cheyyan vendi thatti mutti nikkunathu kandittundu..Last match thanne udaaharanam..Koodathe Yuvi Sachinteyokke oru favourite playerum koodiyaanu..T20 World Cupil Yuvi 6 six adichathine pattiyokke Sachin parayunnathu kettittundu....Yuvi ethrayum vekam sukham praapikkatte ennu praarthikkam...

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ik7
02-07-2012, 11:42 PM
Yuvi thirike varum..shakthanaayi....

Krishna
02-08-2012, 06:22 PM
Yuvi thirike varum..shakthanaayi....
:hurray::hurray:

Krishna
02-08-2012, 06:23 PM
Sehwag: Yuvraj will beat the illness

Vice-captain Virender Sehwag on Tuesday said the entire team is praying for Yuvraj Singh's rapid resurgence, who is undergoing chemotherapy in USA for a malignant tumour between his lungs.
"Yuvraj, I heard, is taking chemotherapy, but I am hoping that he will be fine and he will come back soon. We will all pray for Yuvraj and wish he will be fit soon," a concerned Sehwag said ahead of their tri-series match against Sri Lanka at the WACA ground in Perth on Wednesday.

The Indian opener sounded convinced that Yuvraj will beat his illness, for which there is a certain cure.
"He will come out of whatever problem he is having and he can play as soon as possible," Sehwag said of the left-hander, who was named man of the series after India's triumph in the 2011 World Cup.

Yuvraj took off for the US in January and is being treated at the Cancer Research Centre in Boston.

Yuvraj's doctor, Nitish Rohatgi, said he is in refular contact with the doctors in Boston and the all-rounder is expected to resume training in 10 weeks.


Cricket | Sehwag: Yuvraj will beat the illness | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item749109/Sehwag:-Yuvraj-will-beat-the-illness/)

Krishna
02-08-2012, 06:23 PM
'I'm guilty for hold-up in treatment'

Yuvraj Singh, currently undergoing chemotherapy for germ cell cancer in the US, said he was to blame for the delay in his treatment.
"I see few people trying to blame my guruji for delay and bcci! Again wrong it was my decision! The president and the members of bcci have bin a huge support in my tough times and because of them I'm getting the best treatment! Thank you again bcci," Yuvraj wrote on his 'Twitter' page.

"I'm recovering well yes its tough but tough times don't last tough men do! I will fight and come back as a stronger man cause I have the prayers of my nation!," he added.

Yuvraj's father and former Test cricketer, Yograj Singh, had said that the treatment of his son got a bit delayed.

Yuvraj also sought to clear the air surrounding Jatin Chaudhary, who first brought to light the cricketer's illness.

"I see a lot of peopl blaming Jatin Chaudhary but he is at no fault,, he only tried to help, it was my decision to go with alternative medicine," the 30-year-old batsman wrote.

The cricketer added that he was looking forward to meet Tour-de-France champion, Lance Armstrong, for the inspiration he could get from a former sportsperson who fought cancer to win laurels later on.

"I look forward to meet Lance Armstrong soon and take inspiration!," he wrote.

Yuvraj also thanked all his fans and media for their wishes and respecting his privacy.

"Thank you again to all my friends back home! Thank you to the media for their support and respecting my privacy," he wrote.

"Thank you to (Sports Minster) Ajay Maken! Mr Omar Abdullah and Mr Narendra Modi for there kind words!
Yuvraj said that he was looking forward to represent the country again after recovering from his illness.

"and of course everyday I look forward to come back and wear my india jersey my india cap and represent my country again jai hind," he wrote.

He also thanked IPL team Pune Warriors owner Subroto Roy for his support.

"Thank you Sahara Shree for his support and thinking about me as his family!"


Cricket | 'I'm guilty for hold-up in treatment' | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item749129/%27I%27m-guilty-for-hold-up-in-treatment%27/)

ik7
02-08-2012, 08:07 PM
'I'm guilty for hold-up in treatment'

Yuvraj Singh, currently undergoing chemotherapy for germ cell cancer in the US, said he was to blame for the delay in his treatment.
"I see few people trying to blame my guruji for delay and bcci! Again wrong it was my decision! The president and the members of bcci have bin a huge support in my tough times and because of them I'm getting the best treatment! Thank you again bcci," Yuvraj wrote on his 'Twitter' page.

"I'm recovering well yes its tough but tough times don't last tough men do! I will fight and come back as a stronger man cause I have the prayers of my nation!," he added.

Yuvraj's father and former Test cricketer, Yograj Singh, had said that the treatment of his son got a bit delayed.

Yuvraj also sought to clear the air surrounding Jatin Chaudhary, who first brought to light the cricketer's illness.

"I see a lot of peopl blaming Jatin Chaudhary but he is at no fault,, he only tried to help, it was my decision to go with alternative medicine," the 30-year-old batsman wrote.

The cricketer added that he was looking forward to meet Tour-de-France champion, Lance Armstrong, for the inspiration he could get from a former sportsperson who fought cancer to win laurels later on.

"I look forward to meet Lance Armstrong soon and take inspiration!," he wrote.

Yuvraj also thanked all his fans and media for their wishes and respecting his privacy.

"Thank you again to all my friends back home! Thank you to the media for their support and respecting my privacy," he wrote.

"Thank you to (Sports Minster) Ajay Maken! Mr Omar Abdullah and Mr Narendra Modi for there kind words!
Yuvraj said that he was looking forward to represent the country again after recovering from his illness.

"and of course everyday I look forward to come back and wear my india jersey my india cap and represent my country again jai hind," he wrote.

He also thanked IPL team Pune Warriors owner Subroto Roy for his support.

"Thank you Sahara Shree for his support and thinking about me as his family!"


Cricket | 'I'm guilty for hold-up in treatment' | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item749129/%27I%27m-guilty-for-hold-up-in-treatment%27/)


Come back yuvi..we all are waiting for you...............Get well soon.. :praying:

Agni
02-10-2012, 04:48 PM
The Hindu : Sport / Cricket : Yuvraj posts bald picture on Twitter (http://www.thehindu.com/sport/cricket/article2879156.ece?homepage=true)

ik7
02-10-2012, 07:42 PM
The Hindu : Sport / Cricket : Yuvraj posts bald picture on Twitter (http://www.thehindu.com/sport/cricket/article2879156.ece?homepage=true)

Oh Gd I dont want to see that pic...please frnds dont post it here...

double chankan
02-10-2012, 10:42 PM
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cinebuff
02-10-2012, 11:18 PM
Insurance company ad pinvalicho?

Gal Gadot
02-11-2012, 12:20 PM
Insurance company ad pinvalicho?
ippo full time atha, pura kathumbol vazha vetunnu

Niranjan
02-11-2012, 02:52 PM
Yuvi will come back Soon :pray:

A genuine match winner for India :salute:

baappootty
02-11-2012, 06:45 PM
ippo full time atha, pura kathumbol vazha vetunnu
Siggyilulla Youtube link work cheyyunnilla...

Krishna
02-13-2012, 11:58 AM
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pulijose
02-13-2012, 01:10 PM
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:kidilam::kidilam::kidilam:

Yuvi shakthamaayi thirichu varum....:friendsy::friendsy:

ik7
02-13-2012, 08:56 PM
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:pray:

baappootty
02-13-2012, 10:36 PM
Gambheerum Dhoniyum innale match presentation timil Yuviye kurichu paranju...Gambheer ingottu chothikkaathe thanne enikkoru kaaryam parayanundu ennum paranjaa Yuviye patti paranjathu....Nammude Yuviyannan thirichu vannu veendum pazhaya pole oroveril 6 six adikkatte..:dancing::dancing::dancing:..Yuviyannan e kaatholane..:pray::pray::pray:

ik7
02-14-2012, 06:13 AM
Gambheerum Dhoniyum innale match presentation timil Yuviye kurichu paranju...Gambheer ingottu chothikkaathe thanne enikkoru kaaryam parayanundu ennum paranjaa Yuviye patti paranjathu....Nammude Yuviyannan thirichu vannu veendum pazhaya pole oroveril 6 six adikkatte..:dancing::dancing::dancing:..Yuviyannan e kaatholane..:pray::pray::pray:

:praying:

Krishna
02-16-2012, 01:39 PM
Good news, tweets Yuvraj
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Yuvraj Singh revealed that the malignant lung tumour, for which he is undergoing chemotherapy in the Unites States, is "almost out of his system" after the first cycle of treatment.
"Got very good news from dr lawrence today! The tumor is almost way out of the system Aftr reading my todays scan !Second cycle has started," Yuvraj, being treated at the Boston Institute of Cancer Research, wrote on his twitter account.

The 30-year-old, who went to US last month, has gone bald during the treatment, which will go on till the last week of March before the process of rehabilitation starts in April.

The dashing batsman had earlier got a message from US cycling legend Lance Armstrong, whose own inspirational triumph over cancer is well-documented, wishing him a speedy recovery.

"Message from @lancearmstrong makes me feel better! Thank you lance means a lot hope we can meet," tweeted Yuvraj.

A photo of the Armstrong's message, posted by Yuvraj, read: "Yuvi, I want you to know that the entire LIVESTRONG team is here for you.

"We say it all the time, and truly believe in it: Knowledge is power, Unity is strength, and Attitude is everything. Please know that we are here to help you and your family in any way possible. Go Yuvi!! Livestrong."

Yuvraj was named Player of the Tournament in the World Cup, scoring 362 runs and grabbing 15 wickets in nine matches.

He has so far scored 8,051 runs in 274 one-dayers and 1,775 runs in 37 Tests since making his international debut in 2000.

After being diagnosed with the illness, Yuvraj has not played competitive cricket since taking part in two of three home Tests against the West Indies in November.

Cricket | Good news, tweets Yuvraj | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item753651/Good-news,-tweets-Yuvraj/)

ik7
02-16-2012, 09:30 PM
Good news, tweets Yuvraj
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Yuvraj Singh revealed that the malignant lung tumour, for which he is undergoing chemotherapy in the Unites States, is "almost out of his system" after the first cycle of treatment.
"Got very good news from dr lawrence today! The tumor is almost way out of the system Aftr reading my todays scan !Second cycle has started," Yuvraj, being treated at the Boston Institute of Cancer Research, wrote on his twitter account.

The 30-year-old, who went to US last month, has gone bald during the treatment, which will go on till the last week of March before the process of rehabilitation starts in April.

The dashing batsman had earlier got a message from US cycling legend Lance Armstrong, whose own inspirational triumph over cancer is well-documented, wishing him a speedy recovery.

"Message from @lancearmstrong makes me feel better! Thank you lance means a lot hope we can meet," tweeted Yuvraj.

A photo of the Armstrong's message, posted by Yuvraj, read: "Yuvi, I want you to know that the entire LIVESTRONG team is here for you.

"We say it all the time, and truly believe in it: Knowledge is power, Unity is strength, and Attitude is everything. Please know that we are here to help you and your family in any way possible. Go Yuvi!! Livestrong."

Yuvraj was named Player of the Tournament in the World Cup, scoring 362 runs and grabbing 15 wickets in nine matches.

He has so far scored 8,051 runs in 274 one-dayers and 1,775 runs in 37 Tests since making his international debut in 2000.

After being diagnosed with the illness, Yuvraj has not played competitive cricket since taking part in two of three home Tests against the West Indies in November.

Cricket | Good news, tweets Yuvraj | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item753651/Good-news,-tweets-Yuvraj/)

very good news....Yuvi,come back mann...ur palce in nthe ODI squad remains there as raina n rohit fumbles to gain their opportunities...

Krishna
02-16-2012, 10:37 PM
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ik7
02-17-2012, 12:01 AM
Yuvraj Singh has shown a "slightly better than expected" response to his first cycle of chemotherapy to counter a germ-cell tumour called mediastinal seminoma. His medical team in India and the USA will however arrive at a definitive conclusion after conducting a CT scan at the end of his nine weeks of treatment.

Explaining Yuvraj's progress, Dr Nitesh Rohatgi, a senior medical oncologist at Delhi's Max Cancer Centre who is co-ordinating the treatment with doctors in the USA, told ESPNcricinfo that Yuvraj's blood tests and X-rays were "positive and we know that the treatment is working".

Rohatgi was speaking after Yuvraj's upbeat tweet late on Wednesday night about his progress. "We can only be certain after the CT scan at the end of the treatment," Rohatgi said. "We have to give him enough chemo to melt it [the tumour] all down and also to aim at preventing it from recurring."

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Got very good news from dr lawrence today! The tumor is almost way out of the system Aftr reading my todays scan !Second cycle has started

The "Dr Lawrence" Yuvraj was referring to in his tweet is Dr Lawrence Einhorn, who headed the treatment of cycling champion Lance Armstrong in 1996. Armstrong had been diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of testicular cancer and was given a 40% chance of survival. Einhorn is regarded as the pioneer of life-saving treatment for testicular cancer, increasing survival levels up to 90%, and an expert in the chemotherapy used to tackle seminoma. Though he largely focusses on research these days, he has taken on Yuvraj's case. On Tuesday, Armstrong sent Yuvraj a personal message of support.

The chemotherapy that Yuvraj will undergo involves nine weeks of a combination of three cancer drugs - bleomycin, ciplatin and etoposide - in three cycles. He has finished the first of the cycles that included a combination of the drugs every day for five days and then, after a week's gap, two days of a different schedule of the drugs. A week's gap follows, at which point the next cycle begins with five straight days of the drugs. His second cycle began on Wednesday.

"The cycles work this way," Rohatgi said, "because you want to maximise effect and minimise side-effects. This is the most commonly used and the most effective treatment, and this is going to keep him most physically fit."

Once the after-effects of his first cycle of chemotherapy began to wear off, Yuvraj tried light rounds of cardio-vascular exercises, like jogging and cycling, in the gym. He had spoken to Rohatgi at length on Thursday, to understand the interpretations of the results of the first round of his chemotherapy.

Krishna
02-27-2012, 07:06 PM
Kumble visits ailing Yuvraj in US

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Recovering from a malignant tumour between his lungs in the United States, Yuvraj Singh was paid a "surprise" visit by former skipper Anil Kumble.
"It was so nice of Jumbo to surprise me! Great motivation and a happy day spent with the legend," Yuvraj wrote on his twitter page, besides posting a picture of the two of them at the United States.

Last Saturday, actor and good friend, Ranvijay Singh also had paid him a visit.

"@RannvijaySingha came all the way to see me! Means a lot!," Yuvi had tweeted.

The left-handed batsman had earlier written on his page that his tumour was almost out of his system.

"Got very good news from dr lawrence today! The tumor is almost way out of the system Aftr reading my todays scan! Second cycle has started," he had tweeted.

Yuvraj, who has been in Boston since January, is expected to be back on the field in May, according to his doctor Dr Einhorn, who also treated legendary cyclist Lance Armstrong, who had suffered from testicular cancer in 1996.

The 30-year-old Yuvraj's second cycle of chemotherapy has started and the process of rehabilitation would start in April.

The Punjab cricketer has not played competitive cricket since taking part in two of three home Tests against the West Indies in November after being diagnosed with the illness.

Yuvraj, who was named Player of the Tournament in the World Cup for scoring 362 runs and grabbing 15 wickets in nine matches, has so far scored 8,051 runs in 274 ODIs and 1,775 runs in 37 Tests. He made his international debut in 2000.


Cricket | Kumble visits ailing Yuvraj in US | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item760929/Kumble-visits-ailing-Yuvraj-in-US/)

Vinu
02-29-2012, 01:56 AM
heard aal izz well! :)

Kochikkaran
03-03-2012, 08:10 PM
Yuvraj Singh completes second cycle of chemotherapy. And tweeted saying he feels a little weak. We fans know it you are a True Fighter! Hit Like & Share and say YuviStrong
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renjith mvk
03-03-2012, 08:31 PM
Yuvraj Singh completes second cycle of chemotherapy. And tweeted saying he feels a little weak. We fans know it you are a True Fighter! Hit Like & Share and say YuviStrong
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comee ooonnnnnnnnnn yuviiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii...........

u can do itttttttttttttt.............come backkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk....

Krishna
03-05-2012, 11:51 AM
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Krishna
03-05-2012, 11:51 AM
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anukutty
03-05-2012, 07:34 PM
He is getting better,thank GOD.

ik7
03-09-2012, 03:55 PM
You will recover soon yuvi...:praying:

lalistheonlySuperStar
03-09-2012, 04:00 PM
YUVI :kayyadi:

Krishna
03-13-2012, 10:19 PM
Yuvraj's treatment almost over

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Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh is in the last leg of his treatment and is eagerly waiting for it to end in the next four days.
The flamboyant left-hander has said that only four days are left for his chemotherapy.

"My last stretch 4 mor dys to go Can't wait fr it to end Set me free dear lord," Yuvraj tweeted.

Yuvraj had last month stated that the tumour between his lungs is almost out of his system.

Yuvraj, who has been in Boston since last month, is expected to be back on the field in the first week of May, according to his doctor.
The 30-year-old has gone bald during the treatment, which will go on till the last week of March before the process of rehabilitation starts in April.

After being diagnosed with the illness, Yuvraj has not played competitive cricket since taking part in two of three home Tests against the West Indies in November.

He has so far scored 8,051 runs in 274 one-dayers and 1,775 runs in 37 Tests since making his international debut in 2000.

He was named Player of the Tournament in the World Cup for scoring 362 runs and grabbing 15 wickets in nine matches.

During the treatment, Yuvraj had been paid a visit by legendary former Indian spinner Anil Kumble.


Cricket | Yuvraj's treatment almost over | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item769153/Yuvraj%27s-chemotherapy-almost-over/)

ik7
03-14-2012, 07:34 AM
Yuvraj's treatment almost over

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Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh is in the last leg of his treatment and is eagerly waiting for it to end in the next four days.
The flamboyant left-hander has said that only four days are left for his chemotherapy.

"My last stretch 4 mor dys to go Can't wait fr it to end Set me free dear lord," Yuvraj tweeted.

Yuvraj had last month stated that the tumour between his lungs is almost out of his system.

Yuvraj, who has been in Boston since last month, is expected to be back on the field in the first week of May, according to his doctor.
The 30-year-old has gone bald during the treatment, which will go on till the last week of March before the process of rehabilitation starts in April.

After being diagnosed with the illness, Yuvraj has not played competitive cricket since taking part in two of three home Tests against the West Indies in November.

He has so far scored 8,051 runs in 274 one-dayers and 1,775 runs in 37 Tests since making his international debut in 2000.

He was named Player of the Tournament in the World Cup for scoring 362 runs and grabbing 15 wickets in nine matches.

During the treatment, Yuvraj had been paid a visit by legendary former Indian spinner Anil Kumble.


Cricket | Yuvraj's treatment almost over | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item769153/Yuvraj%27s-chemotherapy-almost-over/)

Come on champ..the whole cricket world n ur Country is waiting for you....

achukuttan
03-18-2012, 08:54 AM
Yuvraj discharged from hospital..

Krishna
03-18-2012, 12:22 PM
Yuvraj discharged from hospital..
:poli:

Krishna
03-18-2012, 12:48 PM
'I am free', tweets Yuvraj Singh after being discharged from hospital

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Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh was on Sunday discharged from hospital after completing the third and final cycle of chemotherapy he is undergoing to recover from a rare germ cell cancer in Boston, USA.

"3rd chemo cycles over, back from hospital n I am free. Road to recovery starts now. Can't wait to be back home," Yuvraj tweeted.

"Thank you 4 all ur love n wishes from the bottom of my heart I'm sure they have worked well with the doctors therapy," he added.

Yuvraj, who has been in Boston since last month, is expected to be back on the field in the first week of May, according to his doctor. The 30-year-old has gone bald during the treatment.

Meanwhile, Yuvraj also paid tribute to his veteran team-mate Sachin Tendulkar for completing a century of international hundreds.

"Overwhelmed and full of emotions Tendulkar take a bow What he has achieved is immeasurable and what he has done is unachievable@sachin_rt," he tweeted.

"He truly is the MASTER of his generation."

Yuvraj has not played competitive cricket since taking part in two of three home Tests against the West Indies in November.

He has so far scored 8,051 runs in 274 one-dayers and 1,775 runs in 37 Tests since making his international debut in 2000.

He was named Player of the Tournament in the World Cup for scoring 362 runs and grabbing 15 wickets in nine matches.


'I am free', tweets Yuvraj Singh after being discharged from hospital | News | NDTVSports.com (http://sports.ndtv.com/cricket/news/item/187075-i-am-free-tweets-yuvraj-singh-after-being-discharged-from-hospital)

pulijose
03-19-2012, 07:06 PM
Yuvraj discharged from hospital..
:goodpost:

pulijose
03-19-2012, 07:07 PM
May aadya week aakumbolekkum fieldil irangaanaakumalle.. Great.....:cheers:

renjith mvk
03-19-2012, 07:09 PM
Yuvraj discharged from hospital..

:gdance::gdance:

:strong::strong::strong:

Vinu
03-19-2012, 09:40 PM
:kidu::kidu::kidu:

baappootty
03-19-2012, 11:44 PM
:poli::poli::poli:

ik7
03-20-2012, 10:22 AM
Thanks admin/mods for changing the title of this thread..."Yuvraj Singh Thirich varunnu, Oru Raajyathinte muzhuvan praarthanayude Karuthode..."

lol
03-28-2012, 10:06 PM
true match winner .. i hope he comes back fast

navarannan
03-28-2012, 10:12 PM
Great news. Pandathekkal shakthiyode Yuvi thirichu varatte...

:hurray:
Sarvopary ivarude vijayakdhakal Cancer kondu kashtappedunna anekam rogikalkku rogathey podadi tholppikkan ulla prachodanam aakatte... :hurray:

pulijose
03-29-2012, 12:03 PM
Yuvi ethrayum pettennu active aakatte... Powerplay muthalaakkaan Yuviyeppole kazhivulla veroru batsman illa...:rockit::rockit:

ik7
03-29-2012, 05:10 PM
Yuvi ethrayum pettennu active aakatte... Powerplay muthalaakkaan Yuviyeppole kazhivulla veroru batsman illa...:rockit::rockit:

athe....cme back yuvi.....get well soon...


Great news. Pandathekkal shakthiyode Yuvi thirichu varatte...

:hurray:
Sarvopary ivarude vijayakdhakal Cancer kondu kashtappedunna anekam rogikalkku rogathey podadi tholppikkan ulla prachodanam aakatte... :hurray:

theerchayaayum...Tvm RCC'le docter'e pole prachodhanamaayi yuviyude poraattavijayavum ellaarkkum prachodhanamaavatte...:salute:

Krishna
03-30-2012, 03:25 PM
Tendulkar meets Yuvraj in London

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Yuvraj Singh, recovering after his treatment in a US hospital for a rare germ cell cancer, got a morale-boosting visit by his idol Sachin Tendulkar.
The two met for an hour at an apartment of Yuvraj's friend in London on Wednesday.

Yuvi, as he is fondly called by his fans, got a warm embrace from Sachin and the two posed for photographs.

Sachin also wished Yuvraj a speedy recovery and an early return to the game.

Yuvraj's fondness for Tendulkar is well-documented and the left-hander dedicated his 2011 World Cup Player-of-the-Tournament to the senior batsman.

During the treatment in Indianapolis, Yuvraj had been paid a visit by former India spinner Anil Kumble.

Yuvraj was discharged from the hospital on March 18 after completing the third and final cycle of chemotherapy to recover from his illness.

"3rd chemo cycles over, back from hospital n I am free. Road to recovery starts now. Can't wait to be back home," Yuvraj had tweeted after being discharged.

Yuvraj, who was in the US since February, is expected to be back on the field in the first week of May. The 30-year-old had gone bald during the treatment.

Yuvraj has not played competitive cricket since taking part in two of three home Tests against the West Indies in November last year.

He has so far scored 8,051 runs in 274 one-dayers and 1,775 runs in 37 Tests since making his international debut in 2000.

He was named Player of the Tournament in the World Cup last year for scoring 362 runs and grabbing 15 wickets in nine matches.


Cricket | Tendulkar meets Yuvraj in London | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item778106/Tendulkar-meets-Yuvraj-in-London/)

Krishna
03-30-2012, 06:35 PM
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pulijose
03-30-2012, 06:36 PM
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Kurachoode clear photo kittumo:):

Krishna
03-30-2012, 06:55 PM
Kurachoode clear photo kittumo:):
Ithaanu kittiyathu,Vere kittuka aanenkil postaam :photo:

pulijose
03-30-2012, 06:56 PM
Ithaanu kittiyathu,Vere kittuka aanenkil postaam :photo:

Ok...:photop:

Krishna
04-08-2012, 01:47 PM
Yuvraj to return to India on Monday

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Yuvraj Singh, who is recuperating in London after undergoing chemotherapy for a rare germ cell cancer, will return to India on Monday.
"finally the day has come ! i am going home tomorrow ! cant wait , excited to see my friends and family ..see you india!! mera bharat mahan!" Yuvraj tweeted.

But the 30-year-old batsman is not expected to play for a few more months.

After being diagnosed with the disease, Yuvraj underwent three sessions of chemotherapy and was discharged from his hospital in the United States last month.

He is expected to announce his future plans and details about treatment that he underwent after returning to the country.

Recently, Yuvraj met Sachin Tendulkar in London who had gone there to get a check up on a toe injury.

Yuvraj missed the entire Australian tour and will miss the Indian Premier League season 5 due to his ailment.


Cricket | Yuvraj to return to India on Monday | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item783471/Yuvraj-to-return-to-India-on-Monday/)

pulijose
04-08-2012, 08:15 PM
Yuvi varunnu..:warrior:

Gal Gadot
04-09-2012, 10:03 AM
‘Don’t look back, live strong’

...advises ace cyclist Lance Armstrong to Yuvraj Singh, who is returning to the country today



Recuperating in London after undergoing three cycles of chemotherapy for a malignant tumour between his lungs, Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh received an inspiring video message from his ‘real life hero’ Lance Armstrong — the cycling legend whose own successful battle with cancer is well-documented. “Very special and inspiring message from my real life hero,” tweeted Yuvraj along with a link to the message from the cyclist who won the Tour de France, a record seven consecutive times after having survived testicular cancer. In the 19-second video, Armstrong urged Yuvraj to keep moving forward optimistically. “Hi Yuvi, I am Lance Armstrong and welcome home. Man, you have got one big following. I have heard about you every hour of every day since you have been diagnosed. We are pulling for you, so glad you are healthy now. Have a great life, don’t look back, live strong buddy (sic),” said the 40-year-old American.
Armstrong was 25 when he was diagnosed with stage three testicular cancer, which spread to his lungs, abdomen and brain.He had an orchiectomy to remove his diseased testicle and was given less than a 40% survival chance by his doctors. But he battled out of it successfully to not just survive, but also renew his career as a cyclist. Yuvraj will return to the country today.
PTI

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Gal Gadot
04-09-2012, 10:20 AM
annan delhiyil land cheythu !!!!

Kochikkaran
04-09-2012, 11:58 AM
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Krishna
04-09-2012, 02:37 PM
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:kollaam::kollaam::kollaam:

~Saji~
04-09-2012, 03:41 PM
Yuvaraj :salut:

Be brave :kayyadi:

Krishna
04-09-2012, 04:11 PM
Yuvraj returns home to warm welcome

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Yuvraj Singh, who underwent three cycles of chemotherapy in the US for a rare germ cell cancer between his lungs, returned to India on Monday to a rousing welcome.
Received by his mother Shabnam at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, Yuvraj came on a British Airways flight this (Monday) morning after spending some days in London to recuperate from the after-effects of the chemotherapy.

His head, which went bald during the treatment, was covered by a red sports cap. Wearing a red T-shirt teamed with Khaki pants, Yuvraj made his way through hordes of fans and waiting media personnel after coming out from the back gate of the airport.

Flashing a victory sign and a smile, the 30-year-old walked through patiently towards a white Audi SUV, which drove him to his Gurgaon home from the airport.

"It (the cancer) is completely out of his system and he is better now," a friend, who was with him in London during the treatment, said.
After reaching his home in Gurgaon, Yuvraj's mother Shabnam spoke briefly to waiting reporters but the man of the moment restricted himself to just waving at the fans from the balcony.

"I am very very happy that he is back. It was an innings that he fought alone but with the blessings of the country. He is absolutely fine. It feels like India has won the World Cup again," a beaming Shabnam Singh told reporters.

"I think that the entire nation has been so good and he is so grateful that everyone is there. He does not have to see any doctor before another three months. For now, he will just rest," she said.

"I will cook him some aaloo paranthas and he will be taking rest for another 10-15 days before scheduling anything.

He is very positive about the whole thing," she added.
The man of the tournament from last year's World Cup, which India won after 28 years, had gone to the United States for treatment in January.

"finally the day has come ! i am going home tomorrow ! cant wait , excited to see my friends and family ..see you india!! mera bharat mahan!" Yuvraj had tweeted on Sunday.

It was an emotional homecoming for the cricketer with fans crowding the airport exit, besides the expected media frenzy.

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Some fans had come all the way from Punjab to welcome the aggressive batsman, who was given an inspirational message by cycling legend and cancer survivor, Lance Armstrong, during the treatment.

In a 19-second video on Twitter, Armstrong had urged Yuvraj to keep moving forward optimistically.

"Hi Yuvi, I am Lance Armstrong and welcome home. Man you have got one big following, I have heard about you every hour of every day since you have been diagnosed. We are pulling for you, so glad you are healthy now. Have a great life, don't look back, live strong buddy," the 40-year-old American had said.

The left-handed batsman, who was met by fellow cricketers such as Anil Kumble and Sachin Tendulkar during the course of his treatment, is not expected to play for a few more months.

Yuvraj will announce his future plans and details about treatment that he underwent in a press conference on Wednesday.

He missed the entire Australian tour and also the on-going Indian Premier League season 5 due to his ailment.

Yuvraj has scored 8,051 runs in 274 one-dayers and 1,775 runs in 37 Tests since making his international debut in 2000.
Sachin tweets
"Yuvi- Got well soon ?. Welcome back home my brother after winning a tough battle with cancer," Tendulkar wrote on his Twitter page.


Cricket | Yuvraj returns home to warm welcome | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item784024/Yuvraj-returns-home-to-warm-welcome/)

Krishna
04-09-2012, 08:01 PM
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Vinu
04-09-2012, 11:46 PM
Yuvi- Got well soon ☺. Welcome back home my brother after winning a tough battle with cance

Sachin_rt

ik7
04-10-2012, 07:56 AM
:salut: champion.....u r back...

pulijose
04-10-2012, 02:35 PM
Yuvi...:cheers:

Krishna
04-10-2012, 07:51 PM
nLScVNHQ_ms

ik7
04-11-2012, 08:32 AM
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aa amma nokkikkolum yuvi'ye..she will make him the old yuvi as we all know...extend our prayers for her....

Krishna
04-11-2012, 05:45 PM
Yuvraj: I want Indian logo back

But the cricketer, back in India, after chemotherapy in the United States, is not sure about his comeback into the national team.

The immediate concerns, amongst many after Yuvraj returned two days ago, centred around his comeback into the national side. However, the all-rounder who bagged the Man of the Tournament in India's World Cup triumph remained cautiously optimistic.

“I don't want to rush anything, even if it means that I take an extra month to come back into cricket. I do want the India logo back but it would take time to get back on the field,” Yuvraj told a packed press-room on Wednesday.

“I don't know how I would do even when I get back into the team. For now, given my condition, getting back on the field would be an achievement,” Yuvraj said.

Three months of chemotherapy to treat a rare form of cancer seems to have taken its toll on Yuvraj, who struggled to set the ball rolling in his first interaction with the media on his return. However, once he got into the groove, the old charm was on show again but that hardly allayed any fears of a premature end to a great career.

With his IPL side, the Pune Warriors, getting off to a promising start this season under his mentor Sourav Ganguly, Yuvraj had to be resigned to the fact that he was not a part of the franchisee's plans, at least for now.

“I would like to wear the Pune Warriors shirt but it's nice to see the team doing well under Ganguly. He is a great captain and I wish him the very best,” Yuvraj said.

Sahara boss Subrata Roy, the owner of Pune Warriors, was of course magnanimous, letting Yuvraj eat the cake and have it too. He let the world know that the ailing cricketer would get his entire contract fee (USD 1.8 million) but would not be allowed to play in the IPL.

Yuvraj had apparently asked to play this season soon after his operation was over. So how did he think he could play in the IPL even though getting back on the field might turn out to be a gargantuan effort?

The Punjab southpaw sought to clear the air: “My body was not working but my brain was. I wanted to play the IPL, at least half of it. But I had said that before the treatment, not after.

“But Sahara are like my family and they would not let me play till I am completely fit.”

Meanwhile, there are whispers that Yuvraj might soon be history for Pune Warriors.


Cricket | Yuvraj: I want Indian logo back | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item784960/Yuvraj:-I-want-Indian-logo-back/)

Krishna
04-11-2012, 05:46 PM
‘Cancer gave me perspective in life’

“It's the second time in my life that I have walked into the room amidst this rousing welcome,” were Yuvraj Singh's first words as he addressed a jam-packed media gathering in New Delhi.

There's no dearth of remarkable comebacks in sporting history and going by what Yuvraj Singh said on Wednesday, we expect that another one is just round the corner.
"Last three months were extremely tough but, I am thankful to God, my Guruji and especially my mother and friends who guided me in troubled times. I am happy to be back in India and without my mother I would not have made this journey," a visibly relaxed Yuvraj said.
India's World Cup hero also added that it was very difficult to accept that he had cancer, considering that he always maintained a tough fitness regime.
“It was hard to believe that I had such an illness. I am an athlete and do all sorts of exercises so it was tough to accept,” said Yuvraj while revealing how things shaped in past few months.
“I struggled during the World Cup as well. I used to vomit. I had occasional problem with breathing as well. But, I never told anyone that I was going through an issue in life. I kept telling myself that there is no problem. Deep inside, I knew that I had a serious issue,” recalled a visibly emotional Yuvraj.
However, much to the relief of Yuvraj's family, friends and fans, his doctor Nitesh Rohatgi confirmed that Yuvi's medication was over and he will soon be back to normal.
Yuvraj, for whom 'Team India is a family', also had customary praise for his fellow-cricketers.
“I was surprised to see Sachin in London. I also got calls from other team members and I thank everyone for their support,” Yuvraj said.
The 30-year old however accepted that keeping away from cricket all this while was extremely tough and this fight against cancer has taught him some serious lessons in life.
“I cried on certain occasions. I used to read Lance Armstrong's book, I watched movies and I kept myself reminding of all the good things in life. Every time I thought or pondered on what next, I thought of wearing the India cap again,” Yuvraj told the gathering amidst thunderous applause.
No doubt that some of his best knocks have come under extreme pressure and adverse situations.
“Cancer, maybe is the best thing that would have happened in my life. It is the toughest battle of my life. These are moments when you realise that life about hitting sixes or dropping catches. These things come an go.”
As of now, Indian cricket fans should be relieved that the dashing left-hander is in high spirits, if not in the best of the health.
“I will be glad to make a comeback. I won't rush or anything but coming back on field is what I'm looking forward to,” Yuvi concluded.


Cricket | ‘Cancer gave me perspective in life’ | ESPNSTAR.com (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item784973/%E2%80%98Cancer-gave-me-perspective-in-life%E2%80%99/)

Krishna
04-13-2012, 01:23 PM
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Gal Gadot
04-18-2012, 11:42 PM
yuvraj singh ‏ @YUVSTRONG12



Watching housefull 2 ! Non stop entertaintment ! Akshay and john together hilarious!!

Krishna
04-21-2012, 06:10 PM
Yuvstrong decides to Livestrong

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And when man faces destiny, destiny ends and man comes into his own. Had fate had its way, Yuvraj Singh would’ve pulled out of the 2011 World Cup midway. He was coughing out blood, vomiting anything he ate; but he willed himself to carry on. And in the end, he elated billions around the world as he himself cried like a baby. Yuvraj Singh had defied his destiny. Battling acute pain, he won the World Cup for India.

Just after he had won the biggest battle of his career, Yuvraj was faced with the deadliest enemy of his life – cancer. A lesser man would’ve gone into a shell of depression and self-pity. But Yuvraj kept fighting and eventually smacked the cancer out of his system.

To win a battle like that, strong will needs to be complemented by inspiration, and destiny had the source ready for Yuvraj. A few months ago, before being diagnosed with lung cancer, he started to read a book and left it incomplete. It was ‘It’s Not About the Bike’ by cycling champion Lance Armstrong. During his treatment, Yuvraj found a perfect reason to reopen the book that depicted Armstrong’s fight and eventual triumph over a fatal testicular cancer. In those pages, Yuvraj found belief; they held him together through tests and trials.

Now he is back from the United States after a successful chemotherapy treatment. He’s happy to “live like a normal person” once again. Yuvraj has begun the process of making what would be one of the most extraordinary comebacks in sporting history. In an exclusive interview with iplt20.com, he poured his heart out and spoke at length about the lessons of life he learnt from the ghastly experience.

The highest high of your career – winning the World Cup for India – was followed by the toughest phase of your life. How hard was it to cope with this sudden drastic change?

Yes, the World Cup was the highest high of my career. And from there to plunge into the lowest phase of life, it was very hard to digest. At first, I didn’t believe it was happening and I was not ready to accept it. It took a while for the feeling of winning the World Cup to sink in. And then to be diagnosed with cancer was very difficult to digest. It took me close to two months to get to terms with the fact and understand what actually was happening to me.

Is fighting cancer and coming strong out of it the biggest achievement of your life?

Hearing the word cancer sends shivers down the spine of any person. Fighting the disease, coming out of it and leading the life of a normal person once again was the toughest challenge of my life. As a sportsperson, when you’re not performing, you know you’ll always come back by working hard. But with cancer, you don’t know whether you’ll ever come back. And to be able to beat the disease is my greatest achievement in life.

What was the most difficult thing about that period – the physical strains of the treatment, life away from cricket, or the mental and emotional challenges?

All of it. I was definitely missing the game, but first of all, you’ve got to save your life. Chemo is a tough treatment to go through. You need a lot of mental support of your friends and family. I had a lot of support from my mother and my best friends. It was tough to do simple things like getting up after the treatment and go for a walk, and to digest my meals.

Did this phase come as realisation to value the simple joys of life that we often take for granted?

Yes, definitely. As sportsmen, you often take your health for granted. If you’re in pain, you just pop a tablet in or rub some ice on the wound, and you’re sorted. You keep living your life thinking nothing bad is going to happen to you. This illness came as a real eye-opener. Since I’ve come back, I’ve been so happy to just live a normal life. There’s no stress on the body right now, because there’s no cancer in it. I struggled to breathe a few months back, and now I breathe like a normal person. It gives me joy to just breathe in the fresh air, go out with my friends and enjoying a nice meal.

Have you come out a different person from this? Has your perspective towards life changed in any way?

Not much. I’ve always tried to improve as a person. But the biggest lesson I’ve learnt from this battle is that money and fame are important to a certain extent, but the bigger things in life are your friends, family and above all, your health. All these things have a special meaning in my life now.

How did you feel when Anil Kumble came to meet you?

It was quite a surprise. I didn’t know he was coming to see me; he suddenly landed there. His visit was really motivating and I felt very happy to see him. Before that, I had only seen him on the field and in the dressing room as a cricketer. It was nice to meet him as a person and chat to him. He came all the way to the USA to see me, and that was very special. It motivated me to be strong.

You drew inspiration from Lance Armstrong and also read his book. How was it receiving a message from the cycling legend himself?

That was the most inspiring message I received. He has always been my real life hero. He’s somebody who fought cancer – and his cancer was far worse than mine – and won the Tour de France seven times, which is a phenomenal achievement. Getting a message from him meant a lot to me.

Often, people tend to become reclusive and depressed when they’re going through something like this. But you kept in touch with the world, updating them of your progress via pictures and tweets. Was it something you did on purpose to keep negative thoughts away and get positive energy flowing?

It’s tough to be positive in that phase, because the drug really suppresses you and its effect is not too great. But the main reason for me to be positive and show everyone that I was being strong was to send a message back home that if you’re suffering from such a disease, you need to fight it out. If you have a strong mind and support from your family, you can definitely win the battle.

The awareness of cancer in India is not that great. A lot of people ignore the symptoms or hide the disease. After this experience, I can relate with all the cancer patients and can feel their pain. It is important for me to spread the message and give them the support.
Are you planning to actively get involved in this campaign by setting up an organisation or something to that effect?

I definitely want to do something for the Cancer Society. The cancer has left a big scar on me, and it’s something I’ll always remember. I really want to do something for the people who are going through this. The plans are there, but everything takes time. Lance Armstrong’s foundation, Livestrong took a couple of years to generate the kind of money it did. I too want to do something along the lines of that and provide that support to the people in India who are suffering from this disease.

What post-treatment routine have doctors asked you to follow and how long will it be before we can see you back on the cricket field donning the blue India jersey?

The doctors haven’t given me any medicine. They said the effect of chemo is completely out of my system. It’s been about five weeks now and I feel stronger day by day. I’ll start training in a week or two. I definitely want to get back on the field as soon as possible and wear my India cap again. I can’t really give a time right now, because I’ll have to see how my body responds to the training and the workouts.

Do you miss being part of the IPL?

The IPL has been a great success and one of the best tournaments that I have played in. The crowds come in large numbers and I miss being a part of it. But my team [Pune Warriors India] is doing really well and it’s great to watch them play. It is an exciting experience to watch the matches as a fan for the first time.

Your career flourished under Sourav Ganguly. What are your thoughts on him taking over the PWI captaincy from you?

He’s had a lot of experience as a captain for Team India and he’d be the best guy to lead the team at the moment. I just hope that they get into last four, and with his experience the team can really pull through.

Krishna
04-22-2012, 10:03 AM
Yuvraj Singh to start training soon

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Yuvraj Singh, who recently returned to the country after undergoing three cycles of chemotherapy in USA, says he is set to start training in a "week or two".
"I'll start training in a week or two. I definitely want to get back on the field as soon as possible and wear my India cap again," Yuvraj said.

As far as getting back to serious cricket is concerned, the left-hander said he would take a call depending on the way his body responds to training.

"I can't really give a time right now, because I'll have to see how my body responds to the training and the workouts," he was quoted as saying in IPL's official website.

Yuvraj, who was last year diagnosed with a malignant tumour between his lungs, returned to the country on April 9 after undergoing treatment in the US.

"The doctors haven't given me any medicine. They said the effect of chemo is completely out of my system. It's been about five weeks now and I feel stronger day by day," Yuvraj added.

Yuvraj, who led Pune Warriors in the last IPL, said the team will pull through under former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly's leadership in the ongoing edition.

"He's (Ganguly) had a lot of experience as a captain for Team India and he'd be the best guy to lead the team at the moment. I just hope that they get into last four, and with his experience the team can really pull through.

"My team (Pune Warriors) is doing really well and it's great to watch them play. It is an exciting experience to watch the matches as a fan for the first time," he said.

Diagnosed with the dreaded disease a few months after winning the Man-of-the-Series award for playing a stellar role in India's triumphant campaign in the World Cup, 2011 turned out to be a mixed year for Yuvraj.

"Yes, the World Cup was the highest high of my career. And from there to plunge into the lowest phase of life, it was very hard to digest. At first, I didn't believe it was happening and I was not ready to accept it.

"It took me close to two months to get to terms with the fact and understand what was actually happening to me."

Yuvraj said recovering from a disease like cancer has been his greatest achievement.

"As a sportsperson, when you're not performing, you know you'll always come back by working hard. But with cancer, you don't know whether you'll ever come back. And to be able to beat the disease is my greatest achievement in life."

The left-hander said he was thrilled to meet former India teammate Anil Kumble during the course of his treatment.

"His visit was really motivating. Before that, I had only seen him on the field and in the dressing room as a cricketer. It was nice to meet him as a person and chat to him."

The cricketer said by keeping a positive outlook during the toughest battle of his life, he wanted to send out a message to those who are suffering from cancer.

"The main reason for me to be positive and show everyone that I was being strong was to send a message back home that if you're suffering from such a disease, you need to fight it out. If you have a strong mind and support from your family, you can definitely win the battle.

"The awareness of cancer in India is not that great. A lot of people ignore the symptoms or hide the disease. I can relate with all the cancer patients and can feel their pain.

Yuvraj said in the future, he wants to help out those who are suffering from the disease.

"I definitely want to do something for the Cancer Society. The plans are there, but everything takes time. Lance Armstrong's foundation, Livestrong took a couple of years to generate the kind of money it did."

ik7
04-23-2012, 01:33 PM
Great yuvi....hope his dearones will take care of his health...

Krishna
04-27-2012, 09:07 AM
Buoyant Yuvraj meets Pune team-mates

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Yuvraj Singh, who is recovering from a rare germ cell cancer, on Thursday met his Pune Warriors team-mates and was seen in good spirits.
He was enjoying his side's IPL match against Deccan Chargers in Pune.

Yuvraj, who returned to the country earlier this month after treatment in the United States for more than two months, was seen waving to the crowd at the Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium and talking to his teammates.

He hugged Robin Uthappa and Murali Kartik before having a chat with team owner Subrata Roy's son, Seemanto Roy.

Yuvraj said he was feeling better and aiming to return to cricket in two or three months' time.

"I'm starting to feel better, eating a lot of organic food. Doesn't taste good but I have to eat it. I'm starting to walk more. I can't say a time (when he'll come back). Maybe two or three months. Depends on my body. Hopefully, I'll come back fast," Yuvraj said just before the match.

"I wanted to go and take guard today (Thursday) but I was happy to hit a few balls and see my team-mates. I am happy to see my friends and, of course, the crowd. It's nice to be back among my team-mates and friends. It's special," he said.

Yuvraj, who captained Pune Warriors last season, thanked the fans, friends and well-wishers for supporting him in his hour of crisis.

"It was hard for me to digest when I was diagnosed. But that's the way life is. I've fought a tough battle, it's been gruelling for me and my family. I've had a lot of support, a lot of love. If you have your family's support, it helps. I had support from the nation," an emotional Yuvraj said.

"At the moment I'm fine, hopefully I can return soon.

Chemotherapy is tough on the body, but I was positive. I want to thank the fans, friends and the BCCI for their support," he added.

Asked about the chances of Pune Warriors in the tournament, Yuvraj said, "The team is playing well. Dada (Sourav Ganguly) is leading the team well. The younger players are doing well. You never know, we can go to the final."

Pune skipper Ganguly, meanwhile, was happy that Yuvraj came here to boost the morale of the team.

"It's good to see him, he's in the dug out," Ganguly said.

pulijose
04-27-2012, 09:39 AM
Buoyant Yuvraj meets Pune team-mates

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Yuvraj Singh, who is recovering from a rare germ cell cancer, on Thursday met his Pune Warriors team-mates and was seen in good spirits.
He was enjoying his side's IPL match against Deccan Chargers in Pune.

Yuvraj, who returned to the country earlier this month after treatment in the United States for more than two months, was seen waving to the crowd at the Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium and talking to his teammates.

He hugged Robin Uthappa and Murali Kartik before having a chat with team owner Subrata Roy's son, Seemanto Roy.

Yuvraj said he was feeling better and aiming to return to cricket in two or three months' time.

"I'm starting to feel better, eating a lot of organic food. Doesn't taste good but I have to eat it. I'm starting to walk more. I can't say a time (when he'll come back). Maybe two or three months. Depends on my body. Hopefully, I'll come back fast," Yuvraj said just before the match.

"I wanted to go and take guard today (Thursday) but I was happy to hit a few balls and see my team-mates. I am happy to see my friends and, of course, the crowd. It's nice to be back among my team-mates and friends. It's special," he said.

Yuvraj, who captained Pune Warriors last season, thanked the fans, friends and well-wishers for supporting him in his hour of crisis.

"It was hard for me to digest when I was diagnosed. But that's the way life is. I've fought a tough battle, it's been gruelling for me and my family. I've had a lot of support, a lot of love. If you have your family's support, it helps. I had support from the nation," an emotional Yuvraj said.

"At the moment I'm fine, hopefully I can return soon.

Chemotherapy is tough on the body, but I was positive. I want to thank the fans, friends and the BCCI for their support," he added.

Asked about the chances of Pune Warriors in the tournament, Yuvraj said, "The team is playing well. Dada (Sourav Ganguly) is leading the team well. The younger players are doing well. You never know, we can go to the final."

Pune skipper Ganguly, meanwhile, was happy that Yuvraj came here to boost the morale of the team.

"It's good to see him, he's in the dug out," Ganguly said.

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Sagar Kottapuram
04-27-2012, 09:41 AM
Buoyant Yuvraj meets Pune team-mates

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Yuvraj Singh, who is recovering from a rare germ cell cancer, on Thursday met his Pune Warriors team-mates and was seen in good spirits.
He was enjoying his side's IPL match against Deccan Chargers in Pune.

Yuvraj, who returned to the country earlier this month after treatment in the United States for more than two months, was seen waving to the crowd at the Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium and talking to his teammates.

He hugged Robin Uthappa and Murali Kartik before having a chat with team owner Subrata Roy's son, Seemanto Roy.

Yuvraj said he was feeling better and aiming to return to cricket in two or three months' time.

"I'm starting to feel better, eating a lot of organic food. Doesn't taste good but I have to eat it. I'm starting to walk more. I can't say a time (when he'll come back). Maybe two or three months. Depends on my body. Hopefully, I'll come back fast," Yuvraj said just before the match.

"I wanted to go and take guard today (Thursday) but I was happy to hit a few balls and see my team-mates. I am happy to see my friends and, of course, the crowd. It's nice to be back among my team-mates and friends. It's special," he said.

Yuvraj, who captained Pune Warriors last season, thanked the fans, friends and well-wishers for supporting him in his hour of crisis.

"It was hard for me to digest when I was diagnosed. But that's the way life is. I've fought a tough battle, it's been gruelling for me and my family. I've had a lot of support, a lot of love. If you have your family's support, it helps. I had support from the nation," an emotional Yuvraj said.

"At the moment I'm fine, hopefully I can return soon.

Chemotherapy is tough on the body, but I was positive. I want to thank the fans, friends and the BCCI for their support," he added.

Asked about the chances of Pune Warriors in the tournament, Yuvraj said, "The team is playing well. Dada (Sourav Ganguly) is leading the team well. The younger players are doing well. You never know, we can go to the final."

Pune skipper Ganguly, meanwhile, was happy that Yuvraj came here to boost the morale of the team.

"It's good to see him, he's in the dug out," Ganguly said.

:kollaam::kollaam::kollaam:

ik7
04-27-2012, 04:53 PM
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Yuvraj Singh has a hit, Pune Warriors v Deccan Chargers, IPL, Pune, April 26, 2012

ik7
04-27-2012, 04:54 PM
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Yuvraj Singh practises some shots, Pune Warriors v Deccan Chargers, IPL, Pune, April 26, 2012

ik7
04-27-2012, 05:09 PM
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ik7
04-27-2012, 05:14 PM
Deep hug with robin..they meant alot..:salut:
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pulijose
04-27-2012, 10:50 PM
Thanks Mirashu...:kaikott:

ik7
04-28-2012, 03:37 PM
Thanks Mirashu...:kaikott:

Josettante Hero...:naughty:

Krishna
05-01-2012, 11:35 PM
Yuvraj: Stop asking me about illness

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Yuvraj Singh on Tuesday said that it makes him feel ill again when people keep asking him about his health.
"Don't ask me about my illness. You make me feel as if I am still sick," Yuvraj said in a brief interaction with the reporters at his residence in Chandigarh on Tuesday .

Yuvraj arrived in the city today (Tuesday) and headed straight to his home from the airport.

Determined to get over his illness soon, Yuvraj thanked the fans, friends and well-wishers for supporting him during his hour of crisis.

"It was hard for me to digest when I was diagnosed (with cancer) but that's the way life is. I've fought a tough battle, it's been gruelling for me and my family. I am thankful to fans for the support I got throughout my illness.

"I am happy to be back home, to a place where I was brought up," he said.

Yuvraj said that Lance Armstrong was his inspiration while he was undergoing treatment in the USA.

"I hope I can also inspire others," said Yuvraj.

Asked how soon he could return to the field, Yuvraj said, "Practice will have to wait."

At the moment, meeting friends and visiting a few places is on his agenda.

When asked which places he would like to visit, he refused to give away details, saying, "Then you (media) people will not spare me there also."

On Sachin Tendulkar being nominated to the Rajya Sabha, Yuvraj said, "Sachin will now have to be addressed as 'Good Morning Sir'."

Yuvraj returned to India last month after treatment in the United States for more than two months.

ik7
05-02-2012, 01:16 PM
Yuvraj: Stop asking me about illness

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Yuvraj Singh on Tuesday said that it makes him feel ill again when people keep asking him about his health.
"Don't ask me about my illness. You make me feel as if I am still sick," Yuvraj said in a brief interaction with the reporters at his residence in Chandigarh on Tuesday .

Yuvraj arrived in the city today (Tuesday) and headed straight to his home from the airport.

Determined to get over his illness soon, Yuvraj thanked the fans, friends and well-wishers for supporting him during his hour of crisis.

"It was hard for me to digest when I was diagnosed (with cancer) but that's the way life is. I've fought a tough battle, it's been gruelling for me and my family. I am thankful to fans for the support I got throughout my illness.

"I am happy to be back home, to a place where I was brought up," he said.

Yuvraj said that Lance Armstrong was his inspiration while he was undergoing treatment in the USA.

"I hope I can also inspire others," said Yuvraj.

Asked how soon he could return to the field, Yuvraj said, "Practice will have to wait."

At the moment, meeting friends and visiting a few places is on his agenda.

When asked which places he would like to visit, he refused to give away details, saying, "Then you (media) people will not spare me there also."

On Sachin Tendulkar being nominated to the Rajya Sabha, Yuvraj said, "Sachin will now have to be addressed as 'Good Morning Sir'."

Yuvraj returned to India last month after treatment in the United States for more than two months.

this should be done.....he will be fed up repling to it..after all he fought back n won life...ini ath chodhich angere aarum thalarthaathirunnaal mathi....

Krishna
05-17-2012, 10:52 AM
Yuvraj eyes September comeback

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Flamboyant India batsman Yuvraj Singh, who has been forced out of action following a rare germ cell cancer, said he is eyeing a comeback by September this year.
"Hopefully, I should be back (in action) very soon. May be by next 3-4 months," said Yuvraj.

The cricketer was honoured by the Punjab government on Wednesday for his outstanding contribution to the Indian team's win in the World Cup last year.

Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and Member of Parliament Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa honoured the 30-year-old with a cash prize of Rs One crore.

Legendary hockey player and Badal's school-mate Balbir Singh Sr, Punjab Cricket Association Secretary, MP Pandove and Punjab government's secretary sports, PS Aujla were among others present on the occasion.

When asked if he would make a comeback within one year, a surprised-looking Yuvraj said, "One year is too late. I am hoping to make an early comeback, may be by next 3-4 months."

Yuvraj, accompanied by mother Shabnam Singh, said that he has taken up yoga for complete and speedy recovery.

Speaking after being honoured, Yuvraj said: "It gives me a great pleasure to be honoured by the chief minister. As a Punjabi, I feel proud that I have been able to bring glory to the state as an international cricketer. Winning the World Cup was our dream which we realised after 28 years."

He said now that he has battled a serious ailment in his life, he would advise others to treat their bodies like a temple.

"That's life (having to deal with the illness). As a sportsperson, I guess, we take our bodies for granted. When we feel pain, we apply a bit of ice or paste a band-aid. We should realise that our body is like a temple and we should take good care of it," he said.

He thanked his well wishers and fans for supporting him and said it was because of their prayers that he recovered and fought the disease.

Badal said that it was a humble effort on the part of the state government to recognise Yuvraj's outstanding contribution at the national and international level.

On the occasion, the chief minister also honoured Shabnam Singh with a memento and a shawl.

Gal Gadot
06-05-2012, 08:03 AM
yuvraj singh ‏@YUVSTRONG12 (https://twitter.com/#%21/YUVSTRONG12)


(https://twitter.com/#%21/YUVSTRONG12) Good day today Got my blood report and scan report !! I'm in good condition !! I'm so happy to lead a normal healthy life time to celebrate

Krishna
06-05-2012, 10:21 AM
yuvraj singh ‏@YUVSTRONG12 (https://twitter.com/#%21/YUVSTRONG12)


Good day today Got my blood report and scan report !! I'm in good condition !! I'm so happy to lead a normal healthy life time to celebrate
:cheers::cheers:

Gal Gadot
06-05-2012, 02:41 PM
Yuvi: Want to play for India in the T20 World Cup 2012

lalistheonlySuperStar
06-05-2012, 04:31 PM
yuvraj singh ‏@YUVSTRONG12 (https://twitter.com/#%21/YUVSTRONG12)


(https://twitter.com/#%21/YUVSTRONG12) Good day today Got my blood report and scan report !! I'm in good condition !! I'm so happy to lead a normal healthy life time to celebrate

:cheers:

Krishna
06-06-2012, 10:41 AM
Yuvraj likely to return to action soon

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Yuvraj Singh is aiming to play in pre-season tourneys like Moin-Ud Dowla Gold Cup and Buchi Babu Trophy later this year before making a first-class comeback.
"Yuvi's scan report shows that he is nearing complete recovery. For the first two years, the blood tests and scan needs to be done every three months. In the next three years, it will be every five months. He is a little bit weak but his rehab programme at the NCA is going pretty well," one of Yuvi's close friends revealed on conditions of anonymity.

Asked about his return to competitive cricket, the source said, "It's difficult to pinpoint a particular date. He might just like to check himself out by playing in one of the Hot Weather tournaments in and around Delhi. But he will definitely play in the Ranji preparatory tournaments down south, like the Buchi Babu Trophy or Moin-Ud Dowla Gold Cup."

The 30-year-old batsman seemed to be in good frame of mind if his tweets are to go by.

"Good day today Got my blood report and scan report !! I'm in good condition !! I'm so happy to lead a normal healthy life time to celebrate," Yuvraj had tweeted on Monday.

He said he played a short tennis-ball cricket match with teammate, Ishant Sharma, who is also undergoing his rehabilitation programme at the NCA.

"Me and ishant playd a 4 over tennis bal match He hit me for 6 sixes but I won the game by hitting the 7th six of his last bal Hard luk ishi," Yuvraj had tweeted on June 1.

Krishna
06-21-2012, 01:03 PM
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Krishna
06-26-2012, 11:34 AM
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Hoping to make a comeback to with the ICC World T20 in September, Yuvraj Singh batted for the first time after undergoing treatment for a rare germ cell cancer.
"Grilling session at NCA! Happy to hit a few balls after almost 6 months. Strength is ok need to build on cardio!! Target T20 World Cup. Let's see," Yuvraj tweeted.

Yuvraj is in his second week of rehabilitation programme at the National Cricket Academy here.

"I am right now in the second week of rehabilitation and I am feeling good. My body will slowly become stronger, I am sure," he said while talking to reporters.

"The target is the T20 World Cup, and hopefully, I will be able to come just before that," reiterated the 30-year-old left-hander, who has not appeared in any form of the game since last November when he was diagnosed with the disease.

He underwent chemotherapy in the United States before returning to India in April to continue his rehabilitation.

Yuvraj again thanked one and all for the incredible support he received during his treatment.

"Great response... it is overwhelming... the wishes of the whole country. I want to come back and play for the country," he said here.

The 2011 World Cup's Man-of-the-Tournament had earlier said that "playing for India is going to be a huge challenge for me because the body has been under a lot of shock which nobody can understand except me".

Having already returned to light training, Yuvraj had also said that that his recovery was going well, and is enjoying a healthier lifestyle.

"I'm feeling good. It's been two months since I finished my chemotherapy. Initially my energy levels were low but now I am following my diet and eating loads of food and it's getting better," he had said.

Krishna
06-26-2012, 12:47 PM
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pulijose
07-03-2012, 07:42 PM
Yuvraj returns to batting practice (http://www.espnstar.com/cricket/international-cricket/news/detail/item820253/Yuvraj-returns-to-batting-practice/#)

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Hoping to make a comeback to with the ICC World T20 in September, Yuvraj Singh batted for the first time after undergoing treatment for a rare germ cell cancer.
"Grilling session at NCA! Happy to hit a few balls after almost 6 months. Strength is ok need to build on cardio!! Target T20 World Cup. Let's see," Yuvraj tweeted.

Yuvraj is in his second week of rehabilitation programme at the National Cricket Academy here.

"I am right now in the second week of rehabilitation and I am feeling good. My body will slowly become stronger, I am sure," he said while talking to reporters.

"The target is the T20 World Cup, and hopefully, I will be able to come just before that," reiterated the 30-year-old left-hander, who has not appeared in any form of the game since last November when he was diagnosed with the disease.

He underwent chemotherapy in the United States before returning to India in April to continue his rehabilitation.

Yuvraj again thanked one and all for the incredible support he received during his treatment.

"Great response... it is overwhelming... the wishes of the whole country. I want to come back and play for the country," he said here.

The 2011 World Cup's Man-of-the-Tournament had earlier said that "playing for India is going to be a huge challenge for me because the body has been under a lot of shock which nobody can understand except me".

Having already returned to light training, Yuvraj had also said that that his recovery was going well, and is enjoying a healthier lifestyle.

"I'm feeling good. It's been two months since I finished my chemotherapy. Initially my energy levels were low but now I am following my diet and eating loads of food and it's getting better," he had said.

Yuvi....:party::party:

Krishna
07-07-2012, 07:05 PM
'I need some serious match practice'

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Dreaming to play for India again, Yuvraj Singh is eyeing the T20 World Cup in Sri Lanka for a comeback but admits that he needs some serious match practice.
Yuvraj, who has started training after recovering from a rare germ cell cancer, said he was not thinking of playing Test cricket as yet and was focussed on making a comebck in the shorter formats.

"Ranji Trophy is after World T20. In any case, one can't prepare for T20 playing Ranji Trophy. The serious match practice that I can get ahead of World T20 is Mon-ud Dowla Trophy and Buchi Babu tournaments but I am still not aware about the dates of these tournaments," Yuvraj told mediapersons in New delhi.

Yuvraj did loosely refer that he might just contemplate making himself available for the limited-overs version in the home series against New Zealand ahead of the World T20.

"Maybe I can play some matches during New Zealand's tour of India. I really felt very motivated when chairman of selectors, Krishnamachari Srikkanth, said that I am in their scheme of things for the World T20. I have been training for past one and half months and I will get better in the next two months," Yuvraj said.

Although he is thinking of making a comeback in the shorter versions, Yuvraj doesn't want to look too far ahead as far as playing in the Test matches are concerned.

"Right now, I don't want to think about Test matches. For me, it's important to play any format whether T20 or limited overs. About Tests, it will depend on my form, time and fitness," he said.

The stylish left-hander said that initially it was tough on his body when he started out on his fitness programme at the National Cricket Academy, a month and half back.

"It was very tough on my body. Things improved with each and every session. The shock that body used to get reduced.

"Also to resume training, you need lot of strength. The body needs to get back that strength. I hope two months should be enough for comeback."

Though he has recovered from cancer, the cricketer felt that the "scars will remain forever" and he was fully aware that he has now become a role model for patients who are fighting against the dreaded disease.

"I know I am the face of cancer patients in India. I have a responsibility towards them. It is important to send a positive message. I want to spread awareness among people suffering from cancer. I want them to be positive and they shouldn't be afraid."

"Being a normal human being and getting to breath fresh air" is something that Yuvraj feels that he is blessed to experience after being affected by the dreaded disease."

He did admit that he was very worried about his health during the World Cup.

"I wasn't able to sleep. I told my physio that I sensed that there was something terribly wrong with my body. Yet it was World Cup and I didn't want to get in touch with Nitesh (oncologist Dr Nitesh Rohatgi) as he would have conducted tests, he wouldn't allow me to play. I was praying to God that whatever happens to me, I need the World Cup."

"I never had any complaints that I was affected by cancer. It was more of a sense of disbelief than shock. It took a while to get my mind back on track," he said.

The most touching moment of the interaction came when Yuvraj revealed that how his mother came to know about his illness before him.

"When I met the doctor and he told me about my illness, the first thing that I said to him was that my mother shouldn't be informed about it. However, the doctor told me that he has informed my mother before informing me. My mother has been like a pillar of strength for me. She has taken care of me just like any mother does it for a two-year-old."

renjith mvk
07-07-2012, 07:12 PM
yuvraj singh ‏@YUVSTRONG12 (https://twitter.com/#%21/YUVSTRONG12)


(https://twitter.com/#%21/YUVSTRONG12) Good day today Got my blood report and scan report !! I'm in good condition !! I'm so happy to lead a normal healthy life time to celebrate

:kalakki::kalakki:

:strong::strong::strong::strong::strong::strong:

Krishna
07-12-2012, 05:28 PM
Yuvraj talks of new approach

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Yuvraj Singh conceded his battle with cancer has changed his approach towards cricket and that he was looking forward to play for India again.
" Red used to be my favourite colour but I have seen so much of blood that now I hate red. The colour irritates me," Yuvraj said during an interaction with mediapersons at his cricket academy in Pathways School, Gurgaon recently.

As Lance Armstrong would tell you that "It's Not About the Bike", Yuvraj now realizes that it's certainly not about 'the bat' anymore.

"My approach towards the game has been changed. Of course, it will be the biggest achievement for me whenever I will play my first game for the country (after recovering)."

He recalled the hard days during treatment and how it felt being back to normal life.

"I struggled to breathe earlier. Now I am breathing with both lungs. I can eat samosa. I could smell food during chemo but could not eat it. I am relieved to be able to live like a normal man now," the 30-year-old said in a pragmatic tone.

After initial realization that he has been affected by a dreadful disease, the stylish left-hander did feel that he may not be able to play again.

"I was in bed for 4-6 months and only I can feel what it means to be back on the field. Even I did not imagine that I will be able to play again but my progress has been good. I can't describe in words, how it felt when I had my first knocking session."

For the past couple of weeks, Yuvraj has time and again expressed his desire to be a part of World T20 Championship but he doesn't want to rush things.

"I am not worried. Obviously, I want to play but I can't keep thinking about it," he added.

The 'Man of The Tournament' during the World Cup admitted that the initial phase of training was "really painful."

"For the first two weeks, every muscle in my body was paining. The body used to be bit shaky but I'm 50-55 per cent there. Rest, I will attain in two month.

"I am hitting the ball well. The hand-eye co-ordination is better although the feet movement is slow. The best part is that I don't get tired now. Hopefully, I will be able to make a comeback in T20 World Cup," Yuvraj, who is working out for six hours a day, concluded.

Gal Gadot
11-03-2012, 01:54 PM
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Gal Gadot
03-20-2013, 12:55 AM
Emotional Sachin shares anecdotes at Yuvi's book launch

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Sachin Tendulkar [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=sachin+tendulkar) ] has said that he was scared of breaking down in front of Yuvraj Singh [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=yuvraj+singh) ] when he met the left-handed batsman in London [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=london) ] after his treatment in the United States for a rare germ cell cancer.
"When I went to meet him in London, I was telling my wife (Anjali) that I don't want to break down when I see him. I met him and gave him a tight hug. We enjoyed a meal and from the way he (Yuvraj) ate, I was convinced that he is back on track," Tendulkar told a select gathering during the release of Yuvraj's book The Test of My Life in New Delhi [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=delhi) ] on Tuesday.
http://im.rediff.com/cricket/2013/mar/19sachin-yuvi.jpgIt was a poignant evening with the likes of Tendulkar, skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=mahendra+singh+dhoni) ] and latest batting star Virat Kohli [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=virat+kohli) ] recollecting stories and their emotional experiences during Yuvraj's fight with cancer.
"When I saw my wife discussing medical terms with Yuvraj, I realised what he has been going through. He is like my younger brother and I would ask God why it (the illness) had to happen to Yuvraj," Tendulkar said in an emotional tone.
Yuvraj, in his typical funny manner, recollected how he met Tendulkar for the first time.
"My first conversation was when I was looking at him in awe in the dressing room, when suddenly he said 'please pass on the biscuits," Yuvraj said.
To this Tendulkar said, "I have not got those biscuits till now."
On a serious note, Dhoni said that he knew about Yuvraj's situation even before he told him about it.
"When his test reports came, someone told me he has cancer. I just said 'are you sure'. The person repeated that Yuvraj has cancer. I was shocked," said Dhoni.
Recalling India's [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=india) ] World Cup triumph in 2011, Yuvraj said, "Dhoni does not talk too much while batting. But when he got out against Australia [ Images (http://search.rediff.com/imgsrch/default.php?MT=australia) ] in the quarter-finals, while going back he said ‘shaabash Yuvi jitake aana’."
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Vyshnav K
09-03-2013, 11:46 PM
Yuvraj keen to set up cricket academy in Himachal

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Cricketer Yuvraj Singh has expressed interest in setting up a cricket academy in Himachal Pradesh in a tie-up with the state cricket association, a cricket association official said here Tuesday.

“Yuvraj Singh has expressed his desire to set up a cricket facility. For this he has requested HPCA president Anurag Thakur to provide land,” Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) press secretary Mohit Sood told IANS.

He said the entire expenditure for creating infrastructure and providing training to players would be borne by the Yuvraj Singh Centre of Excellence. “For us, we have to provide land somewhere in the state,” he added.

The Yuvraj Singh Centre of Excellence is currently operational at four locations in Delhi and the National Capital Region.

The HPCA has four cricket stadiums, including its showpiece venue in Dharamsala, located at an altitude of 4,000 feet above sea level, with the mighty snow-clad Dhauladhar Ranges forming the backdrop

Sanker Das
09-04-2013, 01:01 AM
super player ayirunu at start of his carrier

but angerude talent ansariche engum ethatha poya ore player

ini ore strong come back okke padane

baappootty
09-04-2013, 01:09 AM
super player ayirunu at start of his carrier

but angerude talent ansariche engum ethatha poya ore player

ini ore strong come back okke padane
Ethaathe ennu parayaruthu.. T20 World Cup & ODI World Cupil okke player of the tournament aanu Yuvi..Iniyum thirichu varumennu njaan karuthunnu...He is such a talented player..Ippolathe pala playersinekkal kazhivundu Yuvikku....

Agni
09-04-2013, 08:04 AM
Ethaathe ennu parayaruthu.. T20 World Cup & ODI World Cupil okke player of the tournament aanu Yuvi..Iniyum thirichu varumennu njaan karuthunnu...He is such a talented player..Ippolathe pala playersinekkal kazhivundu Yuvikku....
oru comeback athra elupponnum avilla yuvikku....nammude u23, u19 pilleril chilarokke pulikkuttikalanu...

Sanker Das
09-04-2013, 06:29 PM
Ethaathe ennu parayaruthu.. T20 World Cup & ODI World Cupil okke player of the tournament aanu Yuvi..Iniyum thirichu varumennu njaan karuthunnu...He is such a talented player..Ippolathe pala playersinekkal kazhivundu Yuvikku....

Njan angerude talentine anusariche vanitilena udeshichathe
Carrierinte thudakathil commentators okke one of the most gifted batsmen ennane yuvrajine visheshipichathe
Short ball nanayi kalikan ariyavuna churukam chila indian batsma maril oral
Odiyil nalla player ayirunenkilum testil engum ethatha poya player
Kurache koodi sradhichirunekil ore great player akumayirunu
Ini ore comeback undayalum aa pazhaya kali onnum prethekshikanda.Pazhaya fitness okke poyi epol

Vyshnav K
09-14-2013, 09:19 PM
1st unofficial ODI between India A led by Yuvraj Singh v West Indies A at Bangalore will be LIVE on Star Sports at 9:00 AM IST onwards.

Vyshnav K
09-15-2013, 10:10 AM
1st unofficial ODI between India A led by Yuvraj Singh v West Indies A at Bangalore will be LIVE on Star Sports at 9:00 AM IST onwards.

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Vyshnav K
09-16-2013, 12:00 PM
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~Saji~
09-16-2013, 02:50 PM
Yuvi :kayyadi:

KasinathaN
09-17-2013, 06:47 PM
Yuvi :Yahoo:

Gal Gadot
09-30-2013, 12:17 PM
Team for T20I/3ODIs v Aus: MSD (C), Dhawan, Rohit, Virat, Yuvraj, Raina, Jadeja, Ashwin, Bhuvi, Ishant,Vinay, Mishra, Rayudu, Shami, Unadkat

Vyshnav K
09-30-2013, 01:18 PM
Yuvraj Singh back in India squad for Australia series (http://zeenews.india.com/sports/cricket/yuvraj-singh-back-in-odi-fold-for-australia-series_769704.html)

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Chennai : Yuvraj Singh has been included into the squad announced by the BCCI on Monday for the upcoming limited overs series against Australia in October.

Yuvraj last played for India on January 27 against England at Dharamsala and was dropped subsequently due to a poor run of form.

Having undergone a rigorous physical training in France, a fitter Yuvraj made his comeback into the competitive cricket with a bang scoring 123, 40 and 61 in three List A matches against the West Indies A followed by a quickfire 52 against the same opponent in a T20 game.

He carried on with his good form in the Challenger Series where he scored 84 against India Red and a 29 in the final.

India will play one Twenty20 and seven ODIs against Australia starting October 10.

However, the selectors decided to pick the squad only for the Twenty20 and first three ODIs.

Team for T20I/3ODIs v Aus: Mahendra Singh Dhoni (c), Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja, R Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ishant Sharma, Vinay Kumar, Amit Mishra, Ambati Rayudu, Shami Ahmed, Jaydev Unadkat

~Saji~
09-30-2013, 02:41 PM
Yuvi :kayyadi:

KasinathaN
09-30-2013, 05:38 PM
Yuvi :kayyadi:

KasinathaN
09-30-2013, 05:52 PM
Team for T20I/3ODIs v Aus: MSD (C), Dhawan, Rohit, Virat, Yuvraj, Raina, Jadeja, Ashwin, Bhuvi, Ishant,Vinay, Mishra, Rayudu, Shami, Unadkat
ethrayo naalukalkku munne njan paranja karyam :salute::salute:





adutha seriesil DK'kku pakaram Rayudu/Yuvraj (pazhaya formil ethiyal) teamil vannal Indian team kidilolkkidilam aakum. Yuvraj aanengil oru additional bowlere koodi kittum ennoru benefit koodiyundu

Gal Gadot
09-30-2013, 06:05 PM
Yuvi click ayal sirji de karyam ...

Gal Gadot
10-10-2013, 10:56 PM
Yuvaraj : 77 runs from 35 balls (8x4) (5x6)

:Yahoo: :Yahoo: :Yahoo: :Yahoo: :Yahoo:

Vyshnav K
10-10-2013, 11:22 PM
Marvelous innings by Yuvraj Singh - 77* [35B 8x4 5x6] - helps India win the #T20 match v Australia by 6 wickets!

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Vyshnav K
10-10-2013, 11:23 PM
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babichan
10-13-2013, 02:39 AM
yuvi:kayyadi:

~Saji~
10-13-2013, 11:33 AM
Yuvi :kayyadi:

navarannan
10-13-2013, 12:41 PM
:nallatha:

Vyshnav K
04-18-2014, 10:03 AM
Yuvraj Singh scores a match winning fifty (52* in 29 balls) in his 1st game for RCB in ‪IPL7‬

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Vyshnav K
04-18-2014, 10:03 AM
Yuvraj Is Back :rockit::rockit::rockit:

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Vyshnav K
04-18-2014, 10:04 AM
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Vyshnav K
04-18-2014, 10:04 AM
Maximum Sixes Award....!!!!

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Vyshnav K
04-18-2014, 10:04 AM
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Vyshnav K
04-18-2014, 10:04 AM
Virat Kohli (https://www.facebook.com/virat.kohli?fref=photo)

"Yuvraj got criticism recently, it's unfair. He has won us two World Cups (2007 T20 and 2011 50-over), he's a proven match-winner and it's important to back a player like him,"

Vyshnav K
04-18-2014, 10:05 AM
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Vyshnav K
06-15-2014, 07:17 PM
Yuvraj Singh (https://www.facebook.com/yuvirajsinghofficial?ref=stream)

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Vyshnav K
06-15-2014, 07:17 PM
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Vyshnav K
06-15-2014, 07:17 PM
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Vyshnav K
07-05-2014, 08:09 PM
Marylebone Cricket Club vs Rest of the World XI

Yuvraj Singh's well paced knock helped RoW recover after a wobble

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Vyshnav K
07-05-2014, 08:09 PM
Marylebone Cricket Club vs Rest of the World XI

Yuvraj Singh scored a stylish ton and powered RoW to a good score

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Vyshnav K
07-05-2014, 08:19 PM
Yuvraj Singh is seeking the blessings of 'The God' Sachin Tendulkar

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Vyshnav K
07-16-2014, 11:16 AM
Ishwar Pandey, Virat Kohli light up Yuvraj Singh's ‪#‎YOUWECAN‬ foundation charity event in London

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Vyshnav K
07-16-2014, 11:43 AM
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Vyshnav K
08-24-2014, 11:09 PM
Yuvraj Singh recently walked the ramp at Lakme Fashion Week for designer Arjun Khanna

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Vyshnav K
08-24-2014, 11:09 PM
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Vyshnav K
08-24-2014, 11:09 PM
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Vyshnav K
08-24-2014, 11:09 PM
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Vyshnav K
08-24-2014, 11:09 PM
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Vyshnav K
09-03-2014, 09:01 PM
Usain Bolt and Yuvraj Singh sent the Bangalore crowd into raptures with an exciting series of face-offs

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Vyshnav K
09-03-2014, 09:01 PM
Yuvraj Singh, to everybody's surprise, pipped Usain Bolt to the finish line in the 100-metre dash

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Vyshnav K
09-03-2014, 09:01 PM
Usain Bolt and Yuvraj Singh sent the Bangalore crowd into raptures with an exciting series of face-offs

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Vyshnav K
09-03-2014, 09:02 PM
യുവരാജിനെ സിക്*സറടിച്ച് ഉസൈന്* ബോള്*ട്ട്

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ബംഗലൂരു: ഇന്ത്യയിലെ കായിക പ്രേമികള്*ക്ക് ആവേശമായി ഉസൈന്* ബോള്*ട്ട് ബംഗലൂരുവില്*. പ്രമുഖ സ്*പോര്*ട്*സ് ഉപകരണ നിര്*മാതാക്കള്* സംഘടിപ്പിച്ച ക്രിക്കറ്റ് മത്സരത്തില്* പങ്കെടുക്കാനാണ് ബോള്*ട്ട് ഇന്ത്യയിലെത്തിയത്. ലോകത്തിലെ ഏറ്റവും വേഗമേറിയ മനുഷ്യനെ കാണാന്* ആരാധകര്* ബംഗലൂരുവിലെ ചിന്നസ്വാമി ക്രിക്കറ്റ് സ്*റ്റേഡിയത്തിലേക്ക് ഒഴുകിയെത്തി.

ആദ്യമായി ഇന്ത്യയിലെത്തിയ ഉസൈന്* ബോള്*ട്ട് ആരാധകരെ നിരാശപ്പെടുത്തിയില്ല. ട്രാക്കില്* മാത്രമല്ല, .യുവരാജിനെ ഗാലറിയിലേക്ക് പറത്തി ക്രിക്കറ്റ് പിച്ചിലും ബോള്*ട്ട് ഇടിമിന്നലായി. മത്സരത്തിന് മുന്*പ് യുവരാജ് സിംഗ്, ഹര്*ഭജന്* സിംഗ് തുടങ്ങിയവര്*ക്കൊപ്പം ട്രാക്കില്*. രാവിലെയാണ് ബോള്*ട്ട് ബംഗലൂരു വിമാനത്താവളത്തിലെത്തിയത്. ഉടന്* തന്നെ ഇന്ത്യന്* വേഷമണിഞ്ഞ ചിത്രങ്ങള്* ട്വിറ്ററില്* പോസ്റ്റ് ചെയ്തു.

ക്രിക്കറ്റ് വെല്ലുവിളി ഏറ്റെടുക്കാന്* തയ്യാറെന്ന് പറഞ്ഞ ബോള്*ട്ട് തന്റെ ആഗ്രഹവും വെളിപ്പെടുത്തി. മറ്റൊന്നുമല്ല, ചീറ്റപ്പുലിയെ ഓടിത്തോല്*പ്പിക്കണം. 100 മീറ്ററിലെയും 200 മീറ്ററിലെയും ഇരട്ട ഒളിംപിക് ജേതാവും ലോകറെക്കോഡുകാരനുമാണ് ജമൈക്കന്* സ്പ്രിന്ററായ ബോള്*ട്ട്.

ഇന്ത്യയില്* എത്തിയ ഉസൈന്* ബോള്*ട്ടിന്റെ ട്വീറ്റുകള്*

Vyshnav K
09-03-2014, 09:04 PM
Usain Bolt hitting Yuvraj Singh for a huge six

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Usain Bolt hitting Yuvraj Singh for a huge six - YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPycUzW9xFQ)

Gal Gadot
02-16-2015, 05:40 PM
Yograj Singh,Yuvraj Singh's father : Want to know wht is MS Dhoni's problem with my son,he played for nation even while suffering frm cancer

Was shocked that Yuvraj Singh was not in the squad : : Yograj Singh,Yuvraj Singh's father


Yograj Singh,Yuvraj Singh's father: If MS Dhoni is having personal issues with my son, I won't do anything, God will do justice

Pray India wins WC under your captaincy(MS Dhoni) but nothing can be more sad that you behaved this way: Yograj Singh,Yuvraj Singh's father

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Gal Gadot
11-14-2015, 10:29 AM
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Yuvraj Singh and Hazel Keech engagement photos!



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