New Delhi: Star batsman Yuvraj Singh is unlikely to play in the fifth edition of Indian Premier League (IPL) due to treatment of his non-malignant lung tumour and might be out of competitive cricket for about six months.
According to sources close to the cricketer, Yuvraj is currently in the United States for treatment of his tumour and once it is removed, the recuperation process will start.
"Yuvraj went to UK and from there has travelled to the United States for an advanced treatment. The oncologists who will be treating him in the US will take a call on whether he would undergo surgery or any other form of treatment. But that's for sure, he won't be playing in the IPL," a source told PTI on Wednesday.
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