Cricketer Vinod Kambli on Saturday asserted that "injustices" had been done to him and he proved the selectors wrong with his scores and by coming back nine times.
"Yes injustices have been done to me but not by all selectors and my nine times come back to top cricket proved them wrong and every time I had deserved my place," Kambli who recently kicked a controversy about injustices and racial discrimination, reiterated at a press conference in Nagpur on Saturday.
Even when his childhood friend Sachin Tendulkar was skipper and included him in the team, the selectors told Tendulkar, "you have inducted Kambli because of your friendship." Tendulkar replied to the selectors that his (Kambli's) inclusion was purely on his performance.
"Legendary cricketer Mohinder Amarnath had made come backs eight times but I have done for nine times. I have not hung my boots and have no immediate plans for retirement," he said with confidence. "Some cricket is still left in me."
Facing a volley of questions on the "injustices", Kambli said very soon they would be revealed without elaborating how and when.
On his reported remarks that his best friend Tendulkar did not lend support to him in the later stage of his cricket career, Kambli said, "you watch the TV show."
"It was misinterpreted and one who has written the news reports should undergo polygraph test," he said.