Sreesanth can return to cricket soon
Sreesanth can return to cricket soon

After facing a 7-year ban in spot-fixing, fast bowler S Sreesanth is ready to return to the cricket field once again. Sreesanth was convicted for spot-fixing during the Indian Premier League in 2013. After this, the BCCI banned him for life, but the Supreme Court of the country changed this decision of the BCCI to a 7-year ban.

Sreesanth's ban will end in September this year and before that the Kerala Cricket Association has announced that he can be given a chance in the state team in the upcoming season of Ranji Trophy. Hearing the news of Sreesanth's return, his teammates of Kerala Ranji team are also excited. Sachin, the batsman who played for Kerala, expressed his happiness over Sreesanth's return and spoke about his bowling in the nets. On Sreesanth's return, Sachin said, "I am very happy because he is like my brother. For the last seven years, I was waiting for his return. We have been training together for the last two years And they have also helped me a lot.

He said, "We are practising together and our bond is also very good. He is bowling very well in the nets. Whenever he bowls me, he bowls out with his pace and swing. It is still very difficult to play them. However, Sachin believes that to make Sreesanth return to the cricket field, he will have to work on his fitness. He is waiting for the monsoon to end so that he can train on the field.

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