Chennai: Set to complete a century of Test appearances, veteran Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh said he is a "bit nervous" going into the first Test against Australia starting from Friday.

Can't wait to bowl against Aussies: Harbhajan
With 408 wickets from 99 Tests at an average of 32.27 and a strike-rate of 68.1, Harbhajan has been one of India's most prolific bowlers even though he has been enduring a tough phase for some time.
The off-spinner will become only the 10th Indian cricketer to achieve the milestone after it was confirmed that he will be in the playing eleven for the series opener.
"It's a big game," Harbhajan, who interestingly found fame after wrecking the same team in the famous 2001 series, said at the pre-match press conference here.
"(The previous) 99 are gone. Obviously a bit nervous but I am sure I will be fine. I have faced these situations before," the 32-year-old spinner added.
Talking about the milestone, Harbhajan said the next target would be to add another 50 Tests to his CV.
"I have gone through times when I was not doing well or when I was doing well and got too excited. These things happen. Bit nervous to start with, but I will be fine.
"Once I get away with 100, we will see what needs to be done to play another 50-odd. Probably I will have to work even harder," he said.


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