Exclusive | Former India hockey captain Sardar Singh decides to call it a day, says it's time for next generation to take over


Sardar Singh, a veteran of Indian hockey has finally decided to hang his boots. With over 350 international appearances for the country, the experienced campaigner was part of squad in the recently concluded Asian Games where India won bronze medal. “I have played almost 12 years for the country and it's a long time. Now it's the time for the next generation to take over the baton,” 32-year-old Sardar Singh told Hindustan Times during an exclusive conversation. Sardar leaves behind a rich legacy, having led the side, he was a player who did it on his own terms. With age not on his side, Sardar was left out of India's squad for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. A fighter as he is, Sardar decided

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