Comeback match biggest after World Cup final: Yuvraj Singh
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Making a comeback in international cricket after successfully fighting cancer, Yuvraj Singh said that playing the Twenty20 International against New Zealand would be the biggest moment in his career since the cricket World Cup final.
"I guess this wud be my biggest day aftr w cup final I'm really overwhelmed with the love and support of everyone who have send me wishes," Yuvraj, who is making a comeback after recovering from a rare germ cell cancer, tweeted.
"Few hours to go till I wear my fav jersey To my mom my friends my fans this wud not bin pos thnks for ur lov nd courage," he wrote on his twitter page a few hours before the T20 match in Visakhapatnam today.
Sending a message to those suffering from cancer, Yuvraj, who last played for India in November last year, said, "Is that if yuvi can u can fight cancer and come back wher u belong ! So shout youwecan today all those who u survivors and r goin to survive.
"For the cancer society! See u on the field and I hope it On the field! I just expect to enjoy the moment and hopefully lot of awerness will spread thru youwecan today! The msg I want to send today," he wrote.
He thanked his doctor who treated him in the United States, the BCCI and the National Cricket Academy for the support he got while recovering from the disease.
"Thru various chanels from dr ianhorn to a layman everyone has bin an imp person in my comeback ! Thnks to bcci and nca for getting me bak," he said.
The cricketing fraternity also wished Yuvraj luck on his comeback with his India team-mate Zaheer Khan welcoming him back to the national side.
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