Yuvraj Singh Net Worth: India’s one of the greatest match-winners of all time, Yuvraj Singh needs no introduction. The former Indian cricketer was once the backbone of India’s batting line-up, who loved to unleash himself in big tournaments.
Yuvraj Singh is counted amongst the richest cricketers across the world. According to caknowledge.com, Yuvraj Singh’s net worth is estimated to be around 258 Crores rupees ($35 million).
As a player, he received earnings from BCCI and IPL. Besides, he was associated with various brands such as Pepsi, Reebok, Royal Sag, Puma, Revital among others.
Yuvraj Singh currently lives in Worli, Mumbai in a 16,000 sq. ft. luxurious abode on the 29th floor along with his wife, Hazel Keech. He bought the apartment in 2013 for INR 64 Crores.
The former Indian cricketer has a collection of luxurious cars. He owns numerous top brand cars such as Audi Q5, BMW Series 3rd, Bentley Continental etc.
Yuvraj Singh didn’t enjoy success in IPL as much as he did in international cricket. He played for numerous franchises in the cash-rich league namely, Kings XI Punjab (twice), Pune Warriors India, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi Capitals (then Daredevils), Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians. Yuvraj Singh is not playing in IPL 2021.
He started off as an icon player for Kings XI Punjab in IPL 2008. Under his captaincy, the franchise went on to reach the playoffs.
He moved to Pune Warriors ahead of the 2011 IPL edition. He finished the season as the franchise’s highest run-getter, scoring 343 runs. RCB went all out to buy Yuvraj Singh’s services in the 2014 edition for a whopping 14 crores. The next year, he became the most expensive player in IPL history after Delhi Capitals bought his services for 16 Crores.
2016 edition saw Yuvraj Singh getting picked by Sunrisers Hyderabad for INR 7 Crores. Later, he went back to Punjab before playing for Mumbai Indians as his sixth franchise in 2019.
After announcing his retirement from international cricket, Yuvraj Singh also stated that he won’t play in IPL anymore. In his IPL career, the southpaw played 132 games and scored 2075 runs at an average of 24.77.
On 3rd October 2000, Yuvraj Singh made his debut for India in the ODI cricket and the rest is history. He wasn’t just a typical left-handed batsman. His elegant cover drives, gorgeous flicks and sumptuous flicks oozed class. Besides, he was an electric fielder who added different energy to Indian Cricket Team.
Yuvraj Singh’s one of the most iconic knocks came in the 2002 Natwest series final, where he scored a brilliant 69 to guide India to a 2-wicket victory over England.
The arrival of MS Dhoni led to the establishment of a strong Indian middle-order pair of Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni. The duo would go on to produce a number of successful chases for India. Yuvraj Singh was the hero of India’s triumph in the 2007 T20 World Cup and 2011 World Cup. His six sixes off six balls to Stuart Broad in the 2007 World Cup game against England will always be remembered by every cricket fan. His belligerent knock of 70 off 30 balls against Australia in the 2007 World Cup semi-final was equally special.
Yuvraj Singh was the player of the tournament in the 2011 World Cup, in which he scored 362 runs in 9 games at an average of 90.50. Besides, he picked 15 wickets with the ball at 25.13.
On 10th June 2019, Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from international cricket. He represented India in 302 one-day internationals and scored 8701 runs at an average of 36.5.