Yuvraj Singh Net Worth

Yuvraj Singh Net Worth
Yuvraj Singh Net Worth

Yuvraj Singh net worth

Current Net Worth$35 Million (USD – 3.5 Crores), (Rupees – 264 Crores)

Yuvraj Singh short biography

Net Worth$35 Million
BornDecember 12, 1981 (Age – 40)
Identified asIndian international cricketer
StatusAmazing batsman
EducationKB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, DAV College Chandigarh
ResidenceChandigarh, India
Spousal statusMarried (Hazel Keech ​M. 2016)
Yuvraj Singh short biography

Yuvraj Singh has a net worth of $35 Million (Rupees – 264 Crores), an awesome Indian international cricketer, well known for his batting skills while performing in the match.

Yuvraj Singh is a former Indian cricketer who has competed in all formats of the game.

He was a left-handed middle-order batsman who also bowled slow left-arm orthodox, and he was recognized for his aggressive batting style and all-around skill.

In ODI cricket, he has earned seven Player of the Series accolades, tied for third-most by an Indian with former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly.

Yograj Singh, a former Indian fast bowler, and Punjabi actor is his father.

Yuvraj was bought for an all-time high price of 14 crores by Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 2014 IPL auction, and he was bought for 16 crores by the Delhi Daredevils in 2015, making him the second most expensive player ever sold in the IPL until Chris Morris was sold to the Rajasthan Royals for a record 16.25 crore by the Rajasthan Royals in February 2021.

He received the FICCI Most Inspiring Sportsperson of the Year Award in February 2014.

Yuvraj Singh declared his retirement from all forms of international cricket on June 10, 2019. He last played for India against the West Indies in June 2017.

The BCCI denied his desire to return to domestic cricket and the IPL in exchange for participation in the Global T20 League in Canada and the T10 league.

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Yuvraj Singh biography

Full NameYuvraj Singh
BirthplaceChandigarh, India
Height6.1 feet, 185 cm
Weight78 Kg
FatherYograj Singh
MotherShabnam Singh
BowlingSlow left-arm orthodox
Yuvraj Singh Biography

Singh was born on December 12, 1981, in Chandigarh, India, to Yograj Singh, a former India cricketer, and Shabnam Singh in a Punjabi Sikh household.

Yuvraj’s favorite sports as a kid were tennis and roller skating, and he was fairly proficient at both.

He also took first place in the National Under-14 Roller Skating Championship.

His father tossed the gold away and advised him to focus on cricket instead of skating.

Every day, he would take Yuvraj to train.

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Yuvraj attended Chandigarh’s DAV Public School.

He graduated from DAV College, Panjab University, Chandigarh, with a bachelor’s degree in commerce.

He also appeared in Mehndi Sagna Di and Putt Sardara as a kid star in two brief appearances.


Youth career

Yuvraj made his debut for Punjab Under-16s against Jammu and Kashmir-16s in November of the 1995–96 season when he was 13 years and 11 months old. Yuvraj was promoted to Punjab Under-19s in 1996–97, and he struck 137 not out in a match against Himachal Pradesh Under-19s.

Yuvraj made his first-class debut against Orissa in the 1997–98 Ranji Trophy in late 1997, however, he was removed for a duck in the first innings.

Yuvraj’s all-around performance earned him the Player of the Tournament title and a call-up to the national side in the 2000 Under-19 Cricket World Cup, which India won under the captaincy of Mohammad Kaif.

Breakthrough on international stage

Yuvraj was named to the Indian squad for the 2000 ICC KnockOut Trophy after putting in a strong showing for the Under-19 team.

Yuvraj made his return to Sri Lanka at the Coca-Cola Cup in 2001. In the fifth match in an otherwise poor series with the bat, he struck a critical 98* against Sri Lanka.

Yuvraj made his return to Sri Lanka at the Coca-Cola Cup in 2001. In the fifth match in an otherwise poor series with the bat, he struck a critical 98* against Sri Lanka.

In early 2002, Yuvraj returned to domestic cricket. Yuvraj scored 209 for North Zone versus South Zone in a Duleep Trophy match in March 2002, following a dismal performance in the Ranji knockouts.

2002 NatWest Series

The Indian squad traveled to England in June for the NatWest triangular series, which included England, Sri Lanka, and India, as well as a four-match Test series against the hosts, after winning the ODI series in the West Indies 2–1.

On July 13, India and England faced off in the final at Lord’s.

Yuvraj struggled in the first five games of a seven-match ODI series against the West Indies in November 2002, with the best score of 30.

On April 11, 2003, Yuvraj made his first ODI century (102* from 85 balls) against Bangladesh in Dhaka.

Yuvraj scored 94 runs at an average of 31.33 in three ODIs against Bangladesh in December 2004, including a quickfire performance of 69 off 32 balls in the last ODI at Dhaka.

Yuvraj was India’s best run-scorer in the 2005 Indian Oil Cup triangular series in Sri Lanka, which also included the hosts Sri Lanka and the West Indies.

In late 2006, Yuvraj was not picked for either of the Indian squads that toured South Africa.

He returned from injury for the final two matches of a four-match ODI series against West Indies in January 2007, less than two months before the World Cup, but did not have much of an effect in either game.

Following the resignation of Rahul Dravid in September 2007, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Yuvraj were chosen ODI captain and vice-captain, respectively.

Cricinfo nominated him to the World ODI XI for his efforts in 2008.

The ICC nominated him to the World ODI XI for his efforts in 2009.

Cancer diagnosis and comeback

A Russian doctor discovered Yuvraj’s cancer in 2011. Yuvraj was released from the hospital in March 2012 after finishing the third and last session of chemotherapy, and he returned to India in April.

Cricinfo selected him for the T20I XI of the Year for his 2012 efforts.

Yuvraj returned to India’s limited-overs squad in September 2013 for the Twenty20 and first three ODIs in the home series against Australia.

He was left out of India’s ODI selection, thus he played for the Rest of the World XI against the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) in the Bicentenary Celebration match at Lord’s on 5 July 2014.

‘Even if I die, let India win the World Cup,’ Yuvraj remarked in an interview with Hindustan Times during his cancer treatment.

Singh was one of five senior veterans of India’s 2011 World Cup team who were not considered for the 2015 Cricket World Cup and was not included in the tournament’s 30-man probable list.

Late career

On the strength of good performances in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, where he was the third-highest run-scorer with 341 runs at an average of 85.25, Singh was included in India’s T20I squad for the January 2016 Australia trip.

In January 2017, Yuvraj was named to India’s ODI team for the home series against England.

Singh claimed after the game that he had considered leaving after being dismissed from the team.

Yuvraj was chosen to represent India at the 2017 Champions Trophy. He was named man of the match after scoring 53 off 32 balls in a group stage match against Pakistan.

International Retirement Cricket

Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from international cricket on June 10, 2019. Yuvraj Singh announced his intention to retire from all formats of the game during a press conference in Mumbai.

Yuvraj shared some of his favorite moments from his career, as well as some of his worst.

Yuvraj Singh income model

Monthly Income1.4 Lakh+ (Rupees – 1 Crore+)
Yearly Income1.6 Million+ (Rupees – 12 Crore+)
Yuvraj Singh income model

Private & early life

Yuvraj married Hazel Keech on November 30, 2016, after being engaged in 2015.

He bought a luxurious penthouse in Chattarpur, South Delhi, in February 2021.

In January 2022, the couple had their first child, a son.


2007Fastest T20 fifty
2011Man of the Tournament
2012Arjuna Award
2014Padma Shri Award, Most Inspiring Sportsperson of the Year Award
Yuvraj Singh awards


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