After a long seven ban from the cricketing world, Sreesanth is back on the field again with a bang. He was accused of spot fixing charges which was took place in the Indian Premier League 2013. In that season, he was the core bowler of Rajasthan Royals franchise. The case was run so long that he was charged up with the case and was banned for seven years.
After his ban he is now trying his best to make a bang of comeback. Right now, he is been selected in the 26-member squad of Kerala Team in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2021. He is trying his best to write his name off in the national side which is much impossible for him but, may his hard work fulfil his dream again.
It is a great chance for Sreesanth to make some worth remembering. As he is now selected in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, if he performs well in the domestic tournament which could make the selectors eyes on him for the upcoming edition of IPL-2021. IPL can be the stage for him for his further future.
Even according to the reports, the 37-year old player has also quoted that many of the franchises has communicated with him regarding the next season appearance. Regardless the age will play a crucial role in his selection as it is very difficult for him to comeback at the age where most of the players retire from the format of game. Even though he is praised that he was the first cricketer from Kerala to represent the nation in the T20 international cricket.
Vintage Sreesanth’s comeback
In the period of ban he has been constantly seen in many reality shows like Bigg Boss 12, Khatron Ke Khiladi and Jhalak Dikhla Jaa. He has also debuted in the South Indian film industry. Now his fans are eagerly waiting for the Kerala Express to show his vintage aggressive nature on the field after a long seven year gap.