Visakhapatnam: India's veteran spinner Harbhajan Singh believes his comeback against New Zealand in the T20 series will be the start of a "new chapter" after being out in the wilderness for more than one year.
"It's not that I was dropped for the first time last year. But it has been for the longest period of time. It makes you feel as if you are doing it for the first time," Harbhajan told PTI in an interview on Thursday.
"I won't say this is a second debut but yes, it's going to be a new day and a new chapter for me," he said. Harbhajan has a haul of 683 International scalps including 406 in 98 Tests but the 32-year-old off-spinner had to prove himself all over again to earn the India colours.