Yuvraj Singh, the India allrounder, is back in the country after two and a half months in the USA, where he had received treatment for cancer.
Yuvraj arrived in Delhi this morning, and was received by his mother and several fans.
Yuvraj was diagnosed with a type of cancer called "mediastinal seminoma", a germ-cell tumour located between his two lungs, in February.
He underwent three sessions of chemotherapy in Indianapolis, at the IU Simon Cancer Centre at the Indiana University Medical Centre, under Lawrence H Einhorn, who headed the treatment of cycling champion Lance Armstrong in 1996.
He will hold a press conference on Wednesday, to presumably talk about his treatment and his comeback plan.