"It's been a couple of hard years for me since I have come back from my treatment. I am in good shape, I have worked very hard and I have had a good domestic season. I am confident of doing well and hope that things get better from here and I make it back into the team,'' the left-handed batsman, who was sold for a whopping Rs 16 crore to the Delhi Darevils, said in his latest Facebook post.

Yuvraj has always been in big demand in the IPL. He was with Kings XI Punjab in the first three seasons as their 'icon' player and was later bought by the Pune Warriors India in 2011.

Royal Challengers Bangalore shelled out a record Rs 14 crore for him in the 2014 auctions, and when he was released by the franchise, he was taken by Delhi Daredevils for massive Rs. 16 crore in 2015.

The hard hitting batsman Yuvraj Singh started playing international cricket at the age of 18 years. The all-rounder has worked hard and rose through the ranks and quickly established himself as one of the most vital player of the Indian ODI team.

He was one of the best performing players and played an instrumental role in India's title win in the inaugural edition of the World Cup Twenty20. Yuvraj was the Man of the Tournament in 2011 World Cup which India won. He won four Man of the Match awards there.

Just after winning the World Cup, Yuvraj was diagnosed with a rare form of malignant lung tumour and had to take extensive treatment abroad.

He wasn't the part of 2015 World Cup Indian cricket team that played in Australia and New Zealand.

(Image courtesy: Delhi Daredevils)

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