S Sreesanth Wants To Play International Cricket Again For India

Sreesanth Returned To Kerala Team

Indian fast bowler S Sreesanth has said that if he gave a chance, he wants to play for India again. Sreesanth told a newspaper, “I am not here to compete. I am here just to help the players and share my experience with them. If the selectors give me a chance and if India is 2021 World Test Championship I play in it, I would love to play in it. ”

Sreesanth Can Select in the Kerala Ranji Team

Sreesanth can play in the Kerala Ranji team after his ban is over. The Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) has decided to consider his name for selection in the Ranji team after his ban ended in September. However, Sreesanth will have to prove his fitness before that.

There Is No Fear Of Failure Or Success In Me- Sreesanth

Sreesanth said, “I have got the opportunity to get this opportunity. I have no fear of failure or success. Many people do not compete due to fear of failure or success. They don’t know what to do with success. ”

He added, “I think I can now have a balanced view. Thank you to my family and the Malayali people around the world for standing with me. My vision now is just to share my experience and help the players, whether Whoever they are. ”

He Was Banned For Life

in 2013 The BCCI had banned Sreesanth for growth in 2013 in the IPL spot-fixing case. However, in 2015 a special court in Delhi dismissed all the charges against him.
In 2018, the Kerala High Court struck down the life ban imposed on him by the BCCI and all action against him was also canceled. However, a bench of the High Court upheld the ban.

He challenged this decision in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court had upheld his crime in March last year but had asked the BCCI to reduce his sentence. After this, the Indian Board reduced his life ban sentenced to seven years, which will expire in August this year.

The 37-year-old Sreesanth has played 27 Tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20 matches for India so far, in which he has taken 87, 75 and seven wickets respectively.