A video of India's stand-in captain Virender Sehwag addressing the media ahead of the fourth Test match against Australia at Adelaide Oval, starting January 24.
Sehwag, who is India's captain for the fourth and final Test starting Tuesday after Mahendra Singh Dhoni was banned for the team's slow over-rate, has endured a poor run in the series which his side has lost 0-3 already.
"This is the best bowling attack I have seen, especially Australia. They are not giving easy balls to hit boundaries, they are playing with your patience," conceded Sehwag.
Sehwag has scored just 118 runs at 19.67 with one fifty from the series and he is still searching for those boundary-balls from the Australians.
"I think they are bowling in good areas. They are not giving easy balls to hit boundaries. Generally, when I played in the past, I will get a couple of balls in early overs to hit boundaries but against this attack, I hardly get balls to hit," he said.