Focus of youngsters is to play IPL and not four-day cricket for their states: Yuvraj Singh

Juwraj Singh also spoke about the behaviour of young people towards the elderly.


Published – 1. April 2020. 12:57. | Update – 1. April 2020. 12:57.

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Juvraj Singh Juvraj Singh. (source: Twitter)

Juwraj Singh is probably one of the biggest winners of the games India has played in this century. The left-handed drummer from Punjab was very popular with his fans because of his performances, which contributed greatly to the World Cup victories in India in 2007 and 2011. While the world stays at home during this CWID 19 threat, Juvraj talked about the IPL and its impact on young cricketers.

It was considered difficult during the tournament. He talked about the young generation of players and their behaviour. Yuwraj Singh said he believes that the fact that IPL offers young people a lot of money can influence them.

He said many young players don’t concentrate too much on a four-day cricket match for their families. Although he admitted that the current cricketers want to play test cricket, Juvray felt that the T20-format would affect their baseball.

According to Juvrage Singhde, the large sums granted to IPL are distracting attention. The large sums allocated to IPL are a distraction. The Juvrage Singhis unable to attract attention.

The IPL offers a lot of money and distracts attention (from young people). Not the current batch. They want to do tests, but the young people, who usually play one day rocket, focus on the IPL and not on four days of state rocket, said Juvrage Singh in an interview with Sportar.

The former Indian all-rounder also explained that the current generation of players does not have much respect for their elders. He noted that players once had great respect for former cricket champions. When dealing with teenagers, you understand what they can do with great respect for the elderly. It’s not the same as what we gave our old people. You have to have some respect for the elders who taught you so much, he added.

Yuwraj Singh hung up his IPL boots last season after playing for the Mumbai Indians. He still signed the IPL prize fund, but in the second half of the tournament he was not included in the XI. After announcing his retirement, Juvi took part in foreign competitions. He played in the Global T20 Canada and the T10 League. He also took part in the legends of India as part of the World Series on Road Safety.