"The phase in life that I went through was really terrible and it can't be worse. But I've emerged stronger," Yuvraj said on the sidelines of a promotional programme here.
     
"There's always pressure to come back. Pressure is always there in International cricket. People always expect you to repeat your old performances and records," he added.
     
Yuvraj, who battled cancer after his Man of the Tournament-winning performance in the 2011 World Cup triumph, said his old form would be back with time. "I'm sure that it will come with time, with the faith I've from the selectors, team management and fans. I'm hopeful of getting results," the 34-year-old said.
     
Keeping in mind next year's World Twenty20 in India, Yuvraj was picked for the three T20Is in Australia at the end of January. The last time Yuvraj donned Team India colours was in the loss to Sri Lanka in the World Twenty20 final in 2014 where he had a disastrous outing with 11 runs from 21 balls.
     
But Yuvraj was back to his best in the domestic circuit to send a message to the selectors. The left-hander scored 398 runs in seven Ranji Tropy matches this season but he is in his elements in the ongoing Vijay Hazare one-day tournament with 341 runs from five matches at an average of 85.25 and a strike rate of 103.64.

 

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