If tweets from members of the Indian team are to be believed, the visitors in Australia are heavily jet-lagged but, at the same time, are raring to get their first shot down under in a warm up match scheduled in Canberra on Thursday.
Virat Kohli who tweeted on Tuesday saying he and fellow team members were on a bus to Canberra after a 13-hour flight from Chennai was at Sir Donald Bradmans oration a day later. "Jet lagged and tired. Attending sir donald bradmans oration! Practice game tommorow! Its building up," he wrote on the micro-blogging site. Pacer Zaheer Khan shared Kohli's views. "Getting over jet lag, slept for 10hrs straight :) ...first practice game starts tomorrow ....attending sir Donald Bradman's oration," he tweeted on Wednesday. (Related: Click here for Dravid's full speech at the oration)
Rohit Sharma too was busy keeping his followers posted on the developments. "Finally reached Canberra, its about 9 degrees outside. Far cry from the Indias December heat," he tweeted. Sharma even posted the adjoining photograph from his team's 'first dinner down under.'
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