Harbhajan Singh eager to make a test comeback

Krishna Chopra / 21 November 2015

Indian off spinner Harbhajan Singh, who was dropped for the test series against South Africa after a mediocre series against Sri Lanka, said that he is eager to make a comeback in the whites. Harbhajan said that he had not lost hope despite being ignored for the South Africa tests. Harbhajan added that he still had the fire within him to represent India in the ultimate form of the game.

“Last ODIs I have done well. Whatever is there I am confident that I will get to play in Test matches again,” said a confident Harbhajan.

Speaking about being aggressive, Singh said, “Aggression is looking forward to the challenge. Aggression does not mean you start hitting or beating anyone. To me aggression is to let the ball and bat do the talking.” “After playing a lot I have learnt a lot many things …cool and aggressive approach is the need of the hour.”



He spoke about his own cricket academies, and said, “In these cricketing academies run by me coaches are providing training to batsmen, bowlers and fielders.

“Cricket has given a lot to me and it’s time now to do something back for the game. My academies are doing the job for upcoming players.”

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