India has had a great start to the tournament. They won both their matches against Pakistan and the West Indies with ease. But expect batsmen for Yuvraj Singh, and Shikhar Dhawan everybody has looked in form and has made meaningful contributions to the team cause.
Yuvraj Singh has not been his usual self while fielding too, and has dropped catches. He has so far scored 11 runs in the 2 games, of which came in the 2nd match against the West Indies.
However, from the indications during Wednesday’s net session, the talented left-hander might be given another opportunity, if not more than one, to regain form. Ajinkya Rahane hasn’t been tried as yet and he could get into the fray if Yuvraj fails once more.
On Wednesday, Yuvraj batted in the 2nd batch, after the 2 openers, and spent about 20 minutes polishing his strokes. This gives a fair signal that the Punjab batsman would continue to play. Also, the team would not like to disturb the winning combination.
To be fair to Yuvraj Singh, he has won many matches for India and made crucial help when the team won the 2011 World Cup in India. Yuvraj Singh won the Man of the Tournament award 2011.
Navjot Singh Sidhu, for instance, feels that Yuvraj Singh key to success is his fitness. He is a great player in the shorter version. If he gets his fitness back, he’ll always be great.