Cheteshwar Pujara
In South Africa, Cheteshwar Pujara is eager to regain his batting form.

Cheteshwar Pujara, India’s batsman for the next Test series in South Africa, felt upbeat.

The first of three Tests between India and South Africa begins on Sunday in Centurion. India is anxious to end their South African hoodoo after failing to win a Test series there for the first time in their history. “We have the mentality that we can win in any situation,” says Cheteshwar Pujara, India’s veteran batsman who is confident in the tourists’ capacity to win a Test series against South Africa. On the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s website, Pujara made the comments (BCCI).

“We all know what we’re supposed to do, and we’re all prepared when it comes to preparing. If we can win in England and Australia, we’ll have a huge impact on this team’s confidence and self-belief that we can win anywhere. To win a series in South Africa, our team has the ability “In the interview, Pujara stated.

Here’s a snippet of an interview with Pujara:

The batsman, on the other hand, has had a rough run of form recently. Last year, the 33-year-old batsman struck a century and is eager to get back in the groove in South Africa.

India’s forthcoming tour to South Africa is Pujara’s “greatest opportunity” to win a Test series in the country, he had stated.

“The good news is that we were able to play a couple of Test matches while we were there. As a result, the majority of the men are in touch, and the support team has been outstanding in terms of preparedness. There are still five or six days left until the first Test, and they’ve been a great help to us “It was reported by ESPNcricinfo that Pujara had said this.

“We have plenty of time to prepare, and I know you guys are excited about this series. We have the best chance to win our first South African series here. As a result, we are all eagerly anticipating it “she said.

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