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Pujara is toughest to bowl in nets: Kuldeep Yadav

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Kuldeep Yadav, in recent times, has proved himself a match-winner and a player who can turn the matches of his own. The pair of Kuldeep and Chahal makes the opponent totally clueless in the game.

Recently, he participated in a chat with cricket.com, where he opened up on various topics related to cricket.

Pujara is toughest to bowl in nets

Pujara is toughest to bowl in nets: Kuldeep Yadav
Cheteshwar Pujara during a team India net session (Image Credits: Cheteshwar Pujara/Facebook)
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On asked who the toughest batsman to bowl in nets is, the wrist spinner said, Pujara is the name that came in mind.

“Toughest batsman in the nets is Cheteshwar Pujara I guess. He plays very well against any offspinner, especially in Test cricket. And in ODI format it is Rohit Sharma. Of course there are plenty of youngsters as well. They aren’t afraid of going for the big shots. So everyone is good. But Pujara in Tests is really difficult to bowl to.”

During the chat, he also revealed that deceiving a batsman in air and stumping him out is his favorite kind of dismissal. He said, clean bowled is also his favorite but the stump out is the one which gives him immense pleasure.

Kuldeep Yadav was preparing for T20 World Cup

Kuldeep Yadav during a Team India practice session (Credits: Instagram)

Speaking further, Kuldeep Yadav said, he had been preparing for the T20 World Cup before the world came to a grinding halt.

“The preparation was in place but Covid 19 is all over the world so let’s see what happens. We are just hoping for better times. And talking about Australia the wickets are really good there and any spinner would like to bowl there. Plus the boundaries are quite big. The wickets will offer lot of bounce as well. Will be good to play the T20 World Cup in Australia if it goes through.”

The wrist spinner also added that he likes the most while bowling in pair with Chahal. He said that bowling with Chahal in partnership makes it tough for the opponents and also create a lot of impact on other teams.

“If Chahal is bowling from the other end and I am bowling from this end it creates a lot of impact on the other team as well. And of course I like it if Chahal is bowling from the other end.”

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