नई दिल्ली, जेएनएन। भारतीय क्रिकेटर युवराज सिंह के क्रिकेट से संन्यास लेने की खबर से हर कोई हैरान है।  सोमवार को युवराज ने अचानक प्रेस कॉन्फ्रेंस की और ऐलान कर दिया है कि अब क्रिकेट से हमेशा के लिए संन्यास ले रहे हैं। युवी के ये ऐलान करते ही सोशल मीडिया पर रिएक्शन्स की बाढ़ आ गई। हर कोई युवी के इस ऐलान के बाद इमोश्नल नजर आया।

सोशल मीडिया पर #Yuvrajsinghretires ट्रेंड करने लगा। हर कोई उनके इस शानदार सफर के लिए उन्हें बधाई दे रहा था। ऐसे में बॉलीवुड के कई दिग्गज कलाकारों ने भी युवी को बधाई दी। अनुष्का शर्मा से लेकर अभिषेक बच्चन तक कई सितारों ने युवराज के लिए ट्वीट कर उन्हें बधाई दी।

पढ़ें, किसने क्या कहा :
युवराज के रियाटरमेंट की खबर सुनकर विराट कोहली की पत्नी और बॉलीवुड एक्ट्रेस अनुष्का शर्मा ने ट्वीट किया, यादों के लिए शुक्रिया युवराज सिंह। आप कई सारे सारे लोगों के लिए एक योद्धा और प्रेरणा रहे हैं। जिंदगी के अगले पड़ाव के लिए मैं आपको शुभकामना देती हूं।

ये भी पढ़ें  : पत्नी Hazel keech से पहले इन 7 अभिनेत्रियों को कर चुके हैं डेट Yuvraj Singh
बॉलीवुड एक्ट्रेस रवीना टंडन ने ट्वीट किया, डियर युवराज सिंह...दिल तोड़ देने वाला लेकिन हिम्मत वाला फैसला। आपने हमेशा अपनी शानदार पारियों से हमारा मनोरंजन किया। आपने भारत को सम्मानित किया। आप इस मिट्टी के सच्चे बेटे हैं। 6 छक्के, इंग्लैंड के खिलाफ टी-20 वर्ल्ड कप, हमारे दिमाग में हमेशा जिंदा रहेंगे। आपको भविष्य के लिए शुभकामनाएं।

ये भी पढ़ें : Yuvraj Singh के संन्यास पर पत्नी Hazel का इमोशनल पोस्ट, लिखा मुझे आप पर गर्व है
अनुपम खेर ने ट्वीट कर लिखा, 'प्यारे युवराज सिंह आपने दुनियाभर में करोड़ों भारतीय लोगों को प्रेरणा दी है न सिर्फ एक क्रिकेटर के तौर पर बल्कि ऐसे शख्स के रूप में जिसका जिंदगी के प्रति रवैया हमेशा जीतने वाला रहा है। आप जैसे लोग कभी रिटायर नहीं होते। हम हमेशा आपकी मजबूती और हिम्मत की प्रशंसा करते रहेंगे।

ये भी पढ़ें : युवराज सिंह के वह 6 छक्‍के जो दुनिया आज तक नहीं भूल पाई, वीडियो देखें
बॉलीवुड एक्टर वरुण धवन ने लिखा, शुक्रिया युवराज सिंह उन सभी यादों के लिए और खेल के प्रति हमेशा एक शानदार राजदूत के रूप में खुद को पेश करने के लिए।









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I have not known many athletes or sportsmen/women personally. But I have known Yuvraj Singh and I have always been a huge fan of his even before I knew him. Not only is he a gifted cricketer who is an embodiment of the term sportsmanship in so many ways, he is also a fighter who made me believe that if you really want to do something and be the best at it you have to work on yourself constantly and fight the odds no matter how big they are. I remember once sitting at dinner with him and another friend on the 13th December, one day after his birthday. He had been having a bad season and after a sub par performance in the Sri Lankan tri series was the focus of heavy public criticism. Most people thought that he was done. We spoke about it at that dinner and I so clearly remember him saying to me that what he was going to do that year would be bigger than all of what he had done in his entire career so far. And that was the year that India won the World Cup and Yuvraj Singh became the man of the tournament. It was also the first time in my life that I saw a cricket match in the stadium. The finals India vs Sri Lanka and that was also thanks to Yuvi, who said to me that I had to watch it and personally handed me the tickets in the lobby of the Taj hotel one night before the match. I saw the champion lift the trophy the next night and I can’t put in words the kind of admiration and respect I had for him. This admiration only grew when he told me about his illness and, with the same confidence that he had displayed at dinner, he said that he would beat it. There was no doubt in my mind that he would and he did beat it. I have had the pleasure to personally get to know one of my heroes who announced his retirement from the sport yesterday. I know that this man - this amazing cricketer and relentless fighter - will do amazing things with whatever he sets his mind on. I wish you all the very best my brother for this new chapter in your life. You are truly one of the cricketing greats and I’m honoured and blessed to know you. Shine on always @yuvisofficial #cricket #legend

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This man in the picture will always be a legend to me. Yuvi paaji is probably one of the reasons for where i am in life right now. The young kid from chandigarh who excelled in his profession and became world class. He gave hope to a lot of kids from chandigarh. One of them was me. Through his game, he made a statement that it does not matter which city youre from, what matters is where you want to go, where you want to reach and what you want to be. A typical chandigarh guy who loves his cars and his food became an inspiration for millions of kids. He taught me not to give a fuck about people who put you down and how you should let your work do the talking. And his work screamed. His work roared, straight into the face of the opponents. Not a flinch. Sweeping and pulling 360 degrees. Sher khan on the field and bagheera off the field. He taught me how to bounce back. He taught everyone how to bounce back. And that too with swag. Took cancer by its horns and defeated it without a frown. Crushed whatever doubts anyone had about him or his form and fitness post cancer. Again, no words, just some magnificent batting on field. Let his bat do the talking. And once the destruction was done, he’d go back to normal life of a typical chandigarh guy - food, friends and family. No media gungho, no glorifying PR stories. Just a simple guy who loved to play for his country. I feel blessed and lucky to be able to see you play live paaji. Im a little emotional as i write this. I will miss you. India will miss you. There would never be anyone else worthy of jersey no. 12.

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