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Pujara smashes sixes in CSK nets with new batting stance



It seems like Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batsman Cheteshwar Pujara is accommodating supremely well to the demands of T20 cricket. For the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 season, a video of Pujara smashing the bowlers for sixes in CSK nets has gone intriguing.


The 33 years old is seen getting his fellow squads to the cleaners, in a video posted on Twitter by a user. Pujara seen also charging down the track to lift the ball over the long-on boundary and snapping one of his pads off another pacer. In his final shot of the video, Punjara get the aerial route over the extra-cover region.


Aside from big-hitting, which is the contrasting to Pujara’s natural game, there was one more difference that was very obvious. Pujara can be sight batting with a higher back-lift. Eventually, India’s Test batting mainstay’s back-lift is very less. Just as the bowler is about to administer the ball, Pujara’s hands are at knee length as he likes playing the ball near to his body. In this video, nevertheless, Pujara is using a most higher back-lift to produce enough bat speed and power to muscle the ball over the ropes.


Three-time champions Chennai Super Kings would be expecting Pujara takes tjis form into tournament and gathered quick runs. The right-hander last batted in the IPL in 2014 as was acquire by CSK at the IPL auction. Pujara has perform 30 matches in the cash-rich league, scoring 390 runs in 22 innings. He has 150 to his name in the format.


The Chennai Super Kings franchise is currently training in Mumbai where they play their first five matches. The team trained in Chennai from March 8 before checking in to their hotel for the compulsory one week quarantine ahead of the season.


They start their campaign against Delhi Capitals on April 10 in Mumbai.


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