Yuvraj Singh is looked upon as a strong, fearless natural destined for great things. At merely 18 years of age he made an entry into international cricket toppling Australia in the Nairobi Mini-World Cup in 2000-01, with a blistering 84 and some scintillating fielding. In time he was to supplement these skills with clever, loopy left-arm spin. His two one-dayers against Zimbabwe in early 2002, swung the series India's way with a match winning innings in each game, and then went to England and played a key role in three Indian chases in their dream run in the NatWest tri-series. In the match against Pakistan on the first day on a greentop at Lahore, he stroked a stunning century off 110 balls from 94 for 4. Is tipped to open in Test cricket in the future.