Harbhajan Singh salutes Yuvraj Singh’s fighting spirit

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Harbhajan Singh, who has played 103 Tests and 236 one-day internationals for India, hopes to represent the nation once again.

Harbhajan said Yuvraj never gives up easily. (Photo: PTI)

 Harbhajan said Yuvraj never gives up easily. (Photo: PTI)

Mumbai: Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh, who has played 103 Tests and 236 one-day internationals for India, hopes to represent the nation once again.

Harbhajan has fallen down the pecking order, behind R Ashiwn, Ravindra Jadeja and Amit Mishra. The veteran, however, has not given up on his dream.

In an interview with Hindustan Times, the off-spinner said he aims to do well for Punjab as well as in the Indian Premier League (IPL) to make a comeback in the team.

“I am focused on making a comeback to the India team. I haven’t given up and want to do well in whatever chances I get in the coming three-four months. I am targeting the Champions Trophy (June, in England). Till then, I need to perform consistently and to my potential. I will be working hard to achieve this target for Punjab and then in the IPL,” said Harbhajan.

Bhajji also hailed all-rounder Yuvraj Singh for his fighting spirit.

“Yuvi is a fighter who never gives up easily. To make a comeback, he had to score a lot many runs. He did that, scoring so many runs in Ranji Trophy, including a couple of big knocks. His comeback is inspiring for others too. He has been India’s finest finisher and, knowing his potential, I am sure he will do well against England,” he said.

Harbhajan Singh, who has played 103 Tests and 236 one-day internationals for India, hopes to represent the nation once again.
Harbhajan said Yuvraj never gives up easily. (Photo: PTI)

 Harbhajan said Yuvraj never gives up easily. (Photo: PTI)

Mumbai: Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh, who has played 103 Tests and 236 one-day internationals for India, hopes to represent the nation once again.

Harbhajan has fallen down the pecking order, behind R Ashiwn, Ravindra Jadeja and Amit Mishra. The veteran, however, has not given up on his dream.

In an interview with Hindustan Times, the off-spinner said he aims to do well for Punjab as well as in the Indian Premier League (IPL) to make a comeback in the team.

“I am focused on making a comeback to the India team. I haven’t given up and want to do well in whatever chances I get in the coming three-four months. I am targeting the Champions Trophy (June, in England). Till then, I need to perform consistently and to my potential. I will be working hard to achieve this target for Punjab and then in the IPL,” said Harbhajan.

Bhajji also hailed all-rounder Yuvraj Singh for his fighting spirit.

“Yuvi is a fighter who never gives up easily. To make a comeback, he had to score a lot many runs. He did that, scoring so many runs in Ranji Trophy, including a couple of big knocks. His comeback is inspiring for others too. He has been India’s finest finisher and, knowing his potential, I am sure he will do well against England,” he said.

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