Perth: Australia cricket coach Mickey Arthur has said the tour of India was the toughest of his career but expressed confidence that his side can again become No. 1 in Tests in two years.
Australia's 0-4 drubbing in India was their worst result in the Indian subcontinent and the worst ever since losing 1-5 to England in the 1978-79 Ashes.
"I've said it publicly, it was the toughest tour I've ever had in my career but that's what happens in India. India is a tough place to go and play, it's a tough place to win. We set ourselves very high standards with the Australian team. Myself and Michael (Clarke) set really high standards with the players," Arthur was quoted as saying by Herald Sun Tuesday.