Virender Sehwag gearing to perform well against Australia – Cricket News Update

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Virender Sehwag gearing to perform well against Australia – Cricket News Update
Indian prolific opener, has stated that he is almost back to full fitness and is hopeful of featuring for the Men In Blue against West Indies with the series starting next month.
The player first injured his shoulder, while playing for Delhi Daredevils in the fourth edition of the Indian Premier League, which led him to miss the start of the tour.
However, his return was marked by a “king pair” and a recurrence of that same injury abruptly ended his stay with the touring Men In Blue. Since then, Sehwag and a host of Indian players have been out through injury with most of the lot, likely to be fit
for the upcoming series, which sees them entertain the Caribbean outfit.
The player was confident about his recovery, while hoping to spend some valuable time on the field in the domestic circle.
"My shoulder is shaping up nicely after the rehabilitation. I'm also playing domestic games for series," said Sehwag.
Widely regarded as the most flamboyant cricketer of his era, the 33-year-old recognizes the importance of hard work and claimed, “Talent is nothing without hard work, discipline and dedication.”
One burning desire for the opener remains to beat the Australians on their backyard- a feet yet to be achieved by the player.
"There is lots left to achieve. Winning a Test series in is something that comes immediately to my mind," he said.  
So far in his illustrious career, Sehwag has featured in 89 Test matches, having scored 7735 runs at a whopping average of 52.26. With such caliber and class, the player still has a lot to offer for the national team, despite a host of youngsters coming
through the ranks.
After remaining winless on tour of Poms, the Indians took revenge and white washed the Poms 5-0 on their home soil. Despite out injured, the right-hander was content to see the team get back to winning ways.
"Yes, we are winning again. It should be a habit…” said Sehwag.



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