"Whether as a batsman, bowler or fielder, he always did his best for India. The fighter @YUVSTRONG12 has given us countless memories to cherish. I extend my warm wishes for his future endeavours," Shah tweeted.
Starting off in 2000 in the ICC KnockOut Trophy, Yuvraj Singh last played a Test for India in 2012 and last featured in a limited-over series in 2017.
The 37-year-old had a dream run in the 2011 World Cup, amassing 362 runs, including one century and four fifties. He also picked up 15 wickets, won four Man-of-the-Match awards besides being named the Player of the Tournament.
In the process, he became the first all-rounder to score 300-plus runs and take 15 wickets in a single edition of the showpiece event.