Cheteshwar Pujara shared a online video of him batting in the nets.© Twitter
Gradually but certainly cricket appears to be getting back on its toes after coming to a grinding halt due to the coronavirus pandemic. International cricket will make its returns for the 1st time given that the worldwide coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday’s opening day of a 3-match series among England and the West Indies. Even though there is nonetheless no clarity as to when India’s cricket stars will be seen in action, they appear to be preparing on their own for all eventualities. A working day just after captain Virat Kohli posted a online video of carrying out the electric power snatch, Test batting star Cheteshwar Pujara shared a video clip of him receiving back again in the groove.
India’s Test batting mainstay was seen performing hard in the nets, and middling the ball to perfection.
Lovers arrived in their quantities to specific their pleasure at watching the Indian cricketer bat, but several have been taken aback by what they have been seeing — Pujara hitting lofted shots.
“You are hitting in the air? I assume I have to clean my eyes,” wrote a single Instagram consumer.
“You are enjoying shots,” commented a further.
“Paji tum to t10 ki teyari kar rahe ho,” wrote a lover whilst a further asked Virat Kohli to “be sure to just take him into the T20I squad”.
With uncertainty surrounding the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the ICC T20 Earth Cup in Australia, it is nonetheless unclear when India’s cricketing stars will be witnessed in motion.
Last month, India termed off their tour of Zimbabwe owing to the coronavirus pandemic, a day soon after their approaching vacation to Sri Lanka was also cancelled.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) explained that it would not “hurry into any determination” about resuming coaching camps for India’s gamers.
The Indian staff, though, is slated to tour Australia for a few ODIs, four Tests and a few T20Is starting in Oct in what is set to be a spotlight of the calendar year.
(With AFP inputs)
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