As Yuvraj Singh, the man of the tournament for 2011 World Cup retires from International Cricket , let's take a look at all the brands he has endorsed

The man who almost single-handedly won India the coveted trophy announced his retirement from international cricket on Monday.

Yuvraj Singh has not been a part of the Indian cricket team for some time now. The cancer survivor has been contemplating retirement from international cricket for quite some time now. Now, rumours are rife that he might pursue a career as a freelance cricketer in various ICC-approved foreign T20 leagues.

This move might not change his brand value which has remained strong, whether he is on the field or off it. Here are some of the brands he had endorsed, over the years.
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​ Puma

​ Puma

While many brands were looking to sign Yuvraj as he came back to the team, sport accessories giant bagged him with a ₹40 million deal.

Reebok

Reebok

Reebok, an international footwear and apparel brand has lined up Yuvraj Singh, M S Dhoni and Bipasha Basu as its faces to widen its consumer base.

ITC Classmate

ITC Classmate

Classmate, the stationery products brand from the ITC group roped in Cricketer Yuvraj Singh and actor Soha Ali Khan to endorse its range of stationery products.

Nippo Battery

Nippo Battery

The Nippo Battery signed Yuvraj as its brand ambassador in 2003.

Pepsi

Pepsi

Yuvraj was also among the many celebrity faces including Manisha Koirala, Mary Kom, and Bret Lee to endorse Pepsi.

Hero Honda

Hero Honda

Yuvraj Singh, who is known to be an automobile enthusiast, also endorsed Hero Honda.

Parachute

Parachute

‘Parachute After Shower Hair Cream’ for men, signed this fashionable cricketer as its brand ambassador.

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