The dashing batsman said his fitness has been assessed by the physios at the National Cricket Academy.
New Delhi: Reluctant to speak about the upcoming ODI and Twenty20 series against Sri Lanka, senior batsman Virender Sehwag, who was nursing a shoulder injury, on Tuesday said his fitness has been assessed by the physios at the National Cricket Academy.
"I have been to the National Cricket Academy (NCA) where I have gone through fitness test. The report of the physios will be submitted to the selection committee. Let's wait and watch," Sehwag told mediapersons at a promotional event here on Tuesday.
On a different note, Sehwag was asked about whether cricketers are too much into endorsements, he candidly replied, "Cricket career is a short one and I would like to do as many endorsements as possible in this span."
With total chaos at the event, Sehwag wasn't allowed to entertain any cricketing questions from the waiting media during the scheduled conference.
Also without prior intimation, the event started an hour late than the scheduled time.