Former Indian Test cricketer and current pundit Harbhajan Singh has angered followers and detractors alike by continuing to hold back the release of his tax records despite previous promises to do so.
Harbhajan made several bold predictions about the outcome of the current India v Australia Test series.
"If Australia play well, India will win 3-0. That is if Australia play well," Harbhajan told The New Daily. "Otherwise, 4-0."
"If this is not the case then I will happily release my tax returns, but not until Australia show that they can match it with India."
Harbhajan went as far as to say that the Australian side was the "worst side to tour India. Sad!".
"If the ball starts spinning from the first ball, I don't think they will survive for long."
Australia won the first Test of the series convincingly, by 333 runs, and many expected Harbhajan to release his tax records shortly after. Harbhajan, instead, questioned the validity of Australia's win.
"To be honest, that wasn't a pitch. Test cricket should last five days.
"You cannot play on such wickets where anyone runs in to bowl and takes wickets...when you prepare such a wicket, you are making conditions favourable for the opposition as well."
When media pointed out to Harbhajan that, by his own words, a pitch that offered first day spin should have advantaged India, Harbhajan threatened to ban the media from future press conferences and refused to acknowledge the contradiction.
"I never said that. Anyway, I know some of the best cricketers. The best cricketers. They all agree, it wasn't India's fault, it was the pitch's fault. Ask anyone, they all say it. I bet you won't report it, but they all say it," rambled Harbhajan.
When asked for comment, Indian captain Virat Kohli had his own ideas.
"I don't think it (the Pune pitch) was any different from the turners that we played on in the past. We just didn't play good cricket," Kohli said on Saturday.
"They exploited it better than us. They put us under pressure throughout and deserved to win this game ... there are no excuses."
Harbhajan discounted these comments and made more of his own.
"I will have to see (O'Keefe) bowl on a good Test match wicket. Not this one. Until then, I will reserve my comments," said Harbhajan, not realising that you can only reserve your comments before making them.
"And my tax returns."
ASW does not expect the release of Harbhajan's tax returns this tour.