ROSEAU ( DOMINICA): Only the third Indian bowler to touch the 400-wicket mark in Test cricket, off-spinner Harbhajan Singh said his best is yet to come as tweakers tend to get better after turning 30.
"I'm only 31...and even though the last seven wickets have made me work harder, (I'm hopeful) the next 200 will come very soon," said Harbhajan after the end of second day's play in the third and final Test against the West Indies.
Harbhajan accounted for Darren Sammy (20) and Carlton Baugh (60) within a space of 9 balls to reach the milestone, a summit which only two other Indians and 10 bowlers overall have ever managed in the history of the game.
Harbhajan, who has spent over 13 years in international cricket, then went down the memory lane and recalled the difficulties he endured to come thus far.
In Image: India's bowler Harbhajan Singh, second from right, is congratulated by wicket leeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, second from left, after bowling West Indies' Carlton Baugh, front, on the second day of the third cricket Test match in Roseau, Dominica, Thursday, July 7, 2011.