IPL’s all time leading run scorer Suresh Raina currently finds no place in the Indian cricket team in any format of the game. Until a year and a half back, Raina was seen as an integral part of India’s white ball set up and a proven T20 match winner.So what’s kept him out of action and what future holds for the 30 year old? Attending a promotional event in Mumbai, Raina did well to say all the right things in his quest for a comeback. “I am working hard. Nothing is tough in life if you enjoy your process which I have always done. I have always made tough comebacks. Like when I got injured, it was a very difficult phase. I am in a good space. Things will happen with time,” he said.Until the yo-yo test question came up. “Ask the BCCI. When time comes I will speak. I am fit,” he replied when asked about the new non-negotiable fitness standard set by the Indian team management. When probed further if he would be ready to meet his next yo-yo date, he added unimpressed, “I have come here having a good run. But if you ask BCCI, you will know better.”Few remember that the last T20 international Raina played for India in January 2017 against England, he was the top scorer registering 63 runs which included five sixes. Raina has since lost his place in the Indian side for good resulting out of multiple failed yo-yo tests.