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New Delhi: India’s top-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara finally came back to his favorite ecosystem on Monday as the 32-year-old hit the nets for the batting season after a long break.
Like all athletes in the country, Pujara was limited to his home until March due to the lockdown protocol because of the COVID-19 epidemic. But on Monday, Pujara was friendly in his cricket gear for a few knocks in his hometown.
Pujara wrote on his Instagram page, “Back to this … was being felt for a long time but it happened just like I did yesterday.

Games from all over the world came to a grinding halt. Now, some games have pressed the restart button.
As lockdown restrictions varied across countries, most athletes around the world continued to maintain their fitness levels, working at home with limited equipment.
Recently, the lockout restrictions were lifted in India in a phased manner, with training activities also slowly resuming.

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