“The ball has been swinging from day one. There is reverse swing. The wicket is getting slower and lower and it’s going to be difficult for them (Australia) tomorrow,” said Vijay, who scored 153 yesterday.
“We are in a pretty good position at the moment considering the wicket and conditions. There is nothing to be worried about,” he added.
Vijay said he was working hard on his batting, “I am working hard on my game, especially from that second innings in Chennai. I wanted to go the hard way, so tried to stay longer at the crease,” he said.
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