Sydney: Australia wicketkeeper-batsman Brad Haddin is confident of returning to his run-scoring best at Boxing Day Test despite displaying a lackluster batting performance during the first two Tests.
Veteran batsman equaled an Australian record with six dismissals in an innings in last week's second Test against India in Brisbane.
Haddin said that the game would turn and go his way, adding that he was not stressed or too worried about it. He further said that it was just about getting that luck at the start of the innings so as to get into the rhythm of the game, News.com.au reported.
Haddin, who was Michael Clarke's vice-captain in the first Test in Adelaide last month, was overlooked for the skipper's role for last week's Gabba Test after Clarke was ruled out of the rest of the series with a hamstring injury.
According to him, he had been in the same situation before and everything was going in the right direction and just needed to get some runs.