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Rohit Sharma, Harbhajan Singh troll Yuvraj Singh over his bare-bodied picture on Instagram

India's flamboyant left-hander Yuvraj SIngh who was found badly wanting in the Yo Yo fitness test that lead to his exclusion from the one day side has showcased a glimpse of his fitness by posting a bare-bodied picture on Instagram.


By   |  Updated On : August 26, 2017 05:09 PM
Yuvraj Singh - File Photo (Getty)

Yuvraj Singh - File Photo (Getty)

New Delhi :  

India's flamboyant left-hander Yuvraj SIngh who was found badly wanting in the Yo Yo fitness test that lead to his exclusion from the one day side has showcased a glimpse of his fitness by posting a bare-bodied picture on Instagram. 

As Yuvraj uploaded the picture, showing his upper body, fellow Indian cricketers Harbhajan Singh and Rohit Sharma didn't miss out on the opportunity to troll him.

While Harbhajan compared Yuvraj with Bollywood actor Salman Khan, Rohit wanted to know what the left-handed batsman meant with his caption of the image. Bhajji commented, "Sallu bhai," on the post, while the Hitman wrote: "@yuvisofficial please define what you mean when you say 'Mood' because it's not very clear."

While the southpaw still hopes of making a comeback into the Indian team, it has to be seen whether he shall fit into the mix of things. All international cricket team including India are taking the Yo Yo Test as a standard drill to access the fitness level of players  The current Indian team is considered to be one of the most fittest set-ups by a fair distance.

As per sources, the acceptable Yo-Yo score of making the cut to the national side is 19.5 and upwards. Captain Virat Kohli, easily the fittest Indian cricketer, scores around 21 in the test. However both Yuvraj and Raina have scored well below the permissible level of 19.5 with Yuvraj barely managing to touch 16, which was the biggest reason for his ouster.

First Published: Saturday, August 26, 2017 04:49 PM


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