Former India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has recently retired from all forms of cricket. There is a lot of speculation about his future after retirement. Some say he will now contest the Punjab Assembly elections, while others say he is going to join a team in the IPL as a support staff. However, only time will tell what the fugitives will do in the future. But for now, he has made it clear that he will not compromise in any way.
Asked what his future plans are when the veteran off-spinner doesn’t mess with the BCCI even after retirement, Bhajji said, “I have been a person who says right and wrong. As wrong. I think anyone who respects an honest man will tell me that You come Do it and you can. I don’t want to be licked under any circumstances. Whether it is the work of any cricket association or in any way. I came here after working hard.
Harbhajan, 41, admitted that he should have retired 3-4 years ago. “I must be late,” he said. I am late to this conclusion. I should have retired 3-4 years ago. The timing was not right. At the end of the year I thought of serving cricket in another way. My desire to play is not the same as before. Not wanting to work so hard in the 41st year, thought that if I want to play in the IPL, I have to work hard. Now let’s see how I will serve the game in the future.
“Every player wants to retire wearing India’s jersey but luck does not always help and sometimes what you want does not happen,” Bhajji said. You have got big names like VVS Laxman, Rahul Dravid, Virender Sehwag and many others who later retired, they did not get the chance. He gave 10-15 years to Indian cricket, but even if he doesn’t, his pride will not diminish.
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