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Cheteshwar Pujara said this about game format

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Cheteshwar Pujara, who has been spending time with his family since lockdown, is having a lot of fun. As a player, he is paying very much attention to keeping himself fit and fine. On the other hand, Pujara, who is away from saying and spending time with father, wife, and daughter, says that it has been learned from the lockdown that it is very important to take time away from a runaway life for the family. Pujara said, I am fit to play in all formats. My performance in all three formats of domestic cricket was excellent.

According to reports, Pujara supports opener Rohit Sharma, in which Rohit said that when the batsmen will come on the field after the lockdown, then they have to face a problem in hand-o-co-ordination. Will have to be four. Pujara says that every player has a different mindset. Whether it is a batsman or a bowler, after a long time, it takes time for the players to catch the rhythm. All players can fit themselves if they get two months' time for pre-preparation.

Supporting the ban on spitting the ball with spit, Pujara said that the ICC has taken this decision keeping in view the current situation and the reasons including the safety of everyone including the players, which is appropriate. In the wake of the epidemic, this decision has been taken which is possible to be removed in the coming days.

For the second time in his career, such a long break: In 2009 and 2011, I had to undergo surgery due to injury then I had to rest more than 6 months. After that, there is a second time when I am resting for such a long time. I have been active with the family for four months in the global pandemic.

Since when did the cricket match: There is no such possibility at the moment. I believe that we will have to wait for some more time, this is important. Players will benefit from the start of outdoor practice.

Opportunities to meet in foreign T20 leagues: All cricketers aspire to play in foreign league tournaments but it is decided by BCCI. Indian Premier League is very popular in the cricket world, in which the players of the country get a chance. The board wants cricketers to play IPL more than foreign league tournaments.

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