Irrepressible as an Indiarubber ball, Mohammad Azharuddin answered his obituary writers with 100 of the best, the other day, at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore.
An innings that heralded yet another Phoenix-like comeback for the stylist par excellence of Indian cricket.
But then, that was only to be expected. Love him or hate him, the one thing you cannot do is ignore his claims to be the fittest, most combative, cricketer there is today.
A visibly more relaxed, less uptight Azhar spoke at length to rediff.com's Faisal Shariff on a variety of issues.
Here is destiny's child -- in his own words. In Real Audio
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