Yuvraj Singh has a net worth around $35 to $40 million dollars in Indian rupees 250 to 260 crores with all assets and now he is making money with brand endorsement.
His annual salary of more than an estimated 1 crore with including brand endorsement.
Yuvraj Singh is an Indian cricketer who played in all forms of the game and now he retired.
An all-rounder who bats with his left hand in the middle row and bowls his left arm slowly.
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Yuvraj Singh Career Profile
|Full Name||Yuvraj Singh|
|Date of Birth||12-12-1981|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (188 cm)|
|Bowling||slow left-arm orthodox|
|ODI debut||3-10-2000 vs Kenya|
|T20I debut||13-9-2007 vs Scotland|
|Test debut||16-10-2003 vs New Zealand|
|Last ODI||30-6-2017 vs West Indies|
|Last T20I||1-2-2017 vs England|
|Last Test||9-12-2012 vs England|
|ODI shirt no||12|
|Father Name||Yograj Singh|
|Mother Name||Shabnam Singh|
|Wife Name||Hazel Keech|
Yuvraj Singh House and Properties
He has his old house in Chandigarh, which is rated over INR 5.2 crores. Now he lives with his wife and mother in a luxurious, well-appointed apartment in Worli, Mumbai.
The house in Worli is much more expensive and is currently worth 60 INR-cores. Yuvraj has other properties throughout the country worth 40 crores INR.
As reported in Architectural Digest, Yuvraj has spent even more than the Indian Captain and bought the entire floor in Omkar ‘1973’ in Worli, Mumbai for a total of 64 INR crore.
The Omkar Realtors and Developers’ living space is reportedly between 2,600 square feet and 18,200 square feet.
Yuvraj Singh secured the apartment on the 29th floor of the same tower (Tower C) as Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma, which were purchased in 2013. Yuvi paid INR 40,000 per square foot for the plush apartments.
While Tower A of the same apartment was previously a house for a number of residents, Tower C will be owned until mid-2018. So expect Anushka Sharma’s vice-chairman Kohli and Hazel Keech-Yuvraj Singh to move in after a few months.
Yuvraj Singh Biography and short Wiki
Yuvraj is the son of the former Indian fast bowling player and Punjabi actor Yograj Singh.
Yuvraj is one of the most restricted players for India and became famous for his aggressive hitting of the ball and his playing skills.
Singh was born into a Sikh family where Yograj Singh, a former Indian cricket player, and Shabnam Singh lived.
Tennis and roller-skating were Yuvraj’s favorite sports in his childhood, and he was quite good at both.
He was also won the medal National U-14 Roller Skating Championship. his father wants him to forget skating and focus on cricket.
Yuvraj Singh completed his studies in DAV public school in Chandigarh. He finished his studies at the DAV college with a diploma in commerce.
Yuvraj started his career from the U-16s in Punjab at the age of 13 years and 11 months in November of the 1995-96 season against Jammu and the Kashmir-16s.
In the 1996-97 season, Yuvraj was promoted to the under-19s of Punjab and scored 137 goals, not against the under-19s of Himachal Pradesh.
Yuvraj made his first-class debut against Orissa in late 1997 during the 1997-98 Ranji Trophy but was dismissed for a duck that opened the innings.
His first outburst came in the U-19 final of the 1999 Cooch Behar Trophy against Bihar in Jamshedpur Bihar was eliminated with 357 points and Yuvraj beat Punjab with three shots and made 358 runs himself.
Yuvraj represented India in February 1999 in the series against the Sri Lankan U-19-year-old in India.
At the third ODI Yuvraj scored 89 runs from 55 balls. In the Ranji Trophy 1999-2000, he scored 149 goals against Haryana.
At the 2000 U-19 Cricket World Championship, which India won under the leadership of Mohammad Kaif, Yuvraj’s all-round performance earned him the distinction of being named a player of the tournament and the appointment to the national squad.
His performances in the tournament included 68 out of 62 and 4/36 against New Zealand in a group match and a last-gasp shot with 58 out of 25 balls against Australia in the semi-finals.
In 2000, Yuvraj was then selected for his first stint at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore.
Yuvraj Singh playing Style
Yuvraj is primarily a left-handed hitter, but he can train an orthodox spin with his left arm on a part-time basis, which he improved in the last part of his career.
He is considered a better hitter against fast bowling than against spin bowling and cites the 2005 Indian Oil Cup as a turning point in his career.
Yuvraj is one of the athletic field players in the Indian team, playing mainly at the top and in cover with a good aim for the stumps.
Yuvraj is a natural batsman with an aggressive playing style, as evidenced by his batting average of over 150 in the T20 internationals and just under 90 in the ODIs.
Many consider him to be one of the best clean forwards in the ball, with his trademark cover shot being a pleasure to play. If he touches well, he can release the ropes effortlessly.
A Cricinfo report published at the end of 2005 showed that he was the fourth-strongest outfield player since 1999 in terms of ODI run-off, and of those on the list of productive outfield players.
He had the second-highest run-off rate. In the past, he was often characterized as a man with recruitment problems, but later he often took on leadership roles during Rahul Dravid’s tenure as captain.
His favorite cricket shot is the pull shot. His other well-known shots include flick, cover shot and cut shot.
Charity by Yuvraj Singh
Yuvraj’s own charity YouWeCan has treated hundreds of cancer patients. In April 2015, he announced his intention to invest INR 40-50 crores in online start-ups and expand the YouWeCan offering by founding YouWeCan Ventures. In 2015, YouWeCan also initiated nationwide cancer awareness in collaboration with Jayakrishnan, the founder of Heyyo Media.
The campaign brought cancer awareness to many students across the country. Yuvraj Singh also participated in the “Celebrity Clasico 2016”, which was played with the aim of generating funds for charitable initiatives.