This Twitter chat between Yuvraj Singh and Saina Nehwal tells you what sportsmanship is all about

This Twitter chat between Yuvraj Singh and Saina Nehwal tells you what sportsmanship is all about

This Twitter chat between Yuvraj Singh and Saina Nehwal tells you what sportsmanship is all about. Cricket is a religion in India and the people love our cricketers in the same breath as they love their ‘ma ke haath ka khaana’, but times are a changing these days. Indians are opening up to different sports and paying for tickets to watch the sports and the sportsmen. Badminton, Wrestling, Football, Kabaddi, Hockey and Tennis have all taken center stage now. These sports are no longer overshadowed by cricket and the sportsmen and women who play these sports for our country are also revered and applauded for their feats and achievements. We are no longer the cricket frenzy nation but have become a more holistic nation when it comes to sport thanks to our sports persons who have influenced and inspired many with their zeal, grit and determination. The mutual admiration between sports stars of different games have also increased the interest level of the general public and given us sportsmanship goals emulate in life. Recently Yuvraj Singh who made a comeback to Indian Cricket side and made 150 runs against England in the second ODI at Cuttack congratulated Saina Nehwal on winning the Malaysia Masters Badminton title after a career-threatening knee injury. As soon as she returned to India she had to undergo a knee surgery which threatened her career as a shuttler. (India vs England 2nd ODI: MS Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh’s partnership at Cuttack wins applause on Twitter) Yuvraj Singh congratulated her and tweeted: The Malaysian masters champion !

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Cricket is a religion in India and the people love our cricketers in the same breath as they love their ‘ma ke haath ka khaana’, but times are a changing these days. Indians are opening up to different sports and paying for tickets to watch the sports and the sportsmen. Badminton, Wrestling, Football, Kabaddi, Hockey and Tennis have all taken center stage now. These sports are no longer overshadowed by cricket and the sportsmen and women who play these sports for our country are also revered and applauded for their feats and achievements. We are no longer the cricket frenzy nation but have become a more holistic nation when it comes to sport thanks to our sports persons who have influenced and inspired many with their zeal, grit and determination.

The mutual admiration between sports stars of different games have also increased the interest level of the general public and given us…

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