Cheteshwar Pujara is an Indian International cricketer, plays for India in Test cricket and also plays for Saurashtra in domestic cricket. Pujara is a right-handed batsman and right-arm leg break is his bowling style. Basically, he is known as a batsman and one of the most talented young test cricketers(batsmen) in International Cricket. Pujara is ranked the world’s No.14 test batsman as of 9th May 2021. In December 2005 he made his first beginning for Saurashtra in domestic cricket and in October 2010 made his Test beginning at Bangalore in International cricket.
In August 2012, he scoring a century against New Zealand in Test and he scored his first double hundred in November 2012 against England at Ahmedabad and after he again scored another double hundred in March 2013 against Australia. In November he made his 12 number double-century in first-class cricket, the most by an Indian cricketer. Pujara is famous for his batting technique and his double century in Test matches.
The early life of Cheteshwar Pujara:
Pujara was born on 25 January 1988 in Rajkot, Gujarat, India. His father is Arvind Pujara and Reema Pujara was his mother who passed away in 2005. He completed his BBA degree from J.J Kundalia college. His father and his uncle Bipin Pujara were Ranji trophy players in the Saurashtra cricket team. Che, Pujji, Che Pu, White Walker, Puj, Steve are the nickname of Cheteshwar Pujara