Yuvraj's candid remarks highlighted the reality that their friendship was rooted in their shared passion for the sport, rather than in personal affinity. 

Their on-field partnership, with Dhoni as the captain and Yuvraj as the vice-captain, was a testament to their unwavering dedication to representing their country.

Yuvraj Singh also revealed that it was MS Dhoni who provided him with a straightforward explanation for his omission from the Indian cricket team after the 2017 Champions Trophy. 

It was a decision that marked the closing chapter of Yuvraj's illustrious career. He noted that Dhoni, not Virat Kohli, head coach Ravi Shastri, or chief selector MSK Prasad, was the one who gave him clarity on his situation.

Yuvraj Singh, who represented India in 40 Tests, 304 ODIs, and 58 T20Is from 2000 to 2017, eventually bid adieu to international cricket a few years later. 

His career will forever be remembered for his remarkable contributions to Indian cricket, both individually and in partnership with the likes of MS Dhoni.