How people remember me is important than records: Harbhajan

For Harbhajan, if 90 out of 100 people like him, he will consider it as an achievement.

updated: March 31, 2013 18:26 IST
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New Delhi: From flummoxing an all-conquering Australian side to being dropped from the Indian team, Harbhajan Singh's journey in international cricket has been a roller coaster one, but he says its rigours have taught him to "value relationships" above everything else.

"When I played 100 Tests, it felt great but I have started realising that more important are the relationships that you have developed over the years," the 32-year-old off-spinner told PTI during an exclusive interview here on Sunday.

"It's those you have played cricket with and have known along the way. I would rather be known as a cricketer who was a good human being than being dubbed as a top player and an equally worse human being," he added.

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