Never expected to don national colours, says M S Dhoni
"I dont compromise on food," he added.
Opener Virendar Sehwag, one of the panelists along with former captain Anil Kumble and former coach John Wright, recalled his long journeys in his early days to practice and said Najafgarh, from where he hails, then used to be known for its gangsters.
Struggling to come back to the Indian one-day team, the world record holder for the fastest ODI double-century said it is important to "switch on and off" during failures and said he coped by relaxing with family and listening to music.
"My batting is not technically correct, but I am mentally strong," he added.
Kumble talked about the importance of both talent and hard work for an aspiring cricketer to make it big at the highest level.
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