Aggressive Harbhajan and Sehwag
Sehwag, who has two triple tons to his credit in Tests, said he looked more fitter these days "because when you score big 100s, you lose fat and gain energy".
"I always give my 100 per cent and it doesn't matter if I score or not," added the Delhi batsman, who has featured in 228 ODIs for India.
Asked if it was difficult to make the transition from one format to another, Sehwag said, "I play with the same mindset, which is to enjoy my cricket. My mindset is to score runs and that remains the same."
Also present on the occasion, Harbhajan Singh dispelled impression that he had become a "defensive bowler".
"People say many things about me. They may be right when they say I have become batsman because I score runs, but they are wrong when they say I have become a defensive bowler. I am an attacking bowler and I will always play that way," the off-spinner said.
Harbhajan has always been his aggressive best against Australia and have figured in many confrontations with the Aussies.
Asked why is it that his name crops up whenever a Aussie talks about any Indian cricketer, Harbhajan quipped: "Because they love me so much. I have so many friends in Australia and whenever I play against the Aussies and perform, I feel good."
"I will try to perform even better this time so that next time when the next series happens they (Aussies) should again take my name first," said Harbhajan, who has always enjoyed success against the Australians.
Rising spinner Ojha, meanwhile, rated Harbhajan as his role model, saying he would like to emulate him. Gambhir said he was looking forward to the challenge against Australia.
Zaheer Khan said that he was spending a lot of time on his fitness these days and also talked about the importance of having a good sports gear to wear.
"It's important to have the right gear which does not stick to your skin in the hot and humid conditions. Definitely, I think the right clothing helps you perform better and makes you feel better," Khan, who is rated highly by the Aussies for his lethal bowling and reverse swing capability, said.
Khan said with the upcoming schedule being packed he spends a lot of time on fitness. "I am at a stage where I need to build my bowling fitness and I am doing just that," he said.
In Image: Cricketers Virender Sehwag, Harbhajan Singh, Gautam Gambhir and Pragyan Ojha along with kids walk the ramp to display the new jersey of Team India, in Chandigarh on Wednesday