Once a bowler was used to their in an international format from whom every batsman used to scared that was none other than Sreesanth. He played for Indian and won the title of ICC T20 World Cup and after four years he became the part of Indian squad who won ICC World Cup 2011 at home after 23 years of wait under MS Dhoni’s captaincy.
Sreesanth will be back on the field after served a seven year ban which was accused due to match fixing in the Indian Premier League. The Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) wants to conduct a T20 League in Allapuzha from next month that will ensure the comeback of former pacer of Indian Team, Sreesanth.
After the conduction of local league from Jharkhand, Puducherry and Andhra Pradesh, The Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) is making to plan league. The event will be conducted after the clearance from the state government. After seven years, the comeback of the seamer will be the source of limelight in the coming edition. The date of the league is yet to be finalized.
The participation of Indian seamer Sreesanth in the President’s cup had been assured by Sajan K. Varghese, KCA president
“Yes, definitely. Sreesanth will be an attraction. Every player will be in a bio-bubble in one hotel in Allapuzha. We are looking at the first week of December. The clearance from Kerala government is the main thing,” quoted by Varghese said by Sportstar.
He was considered as the prominent and aspiring talents in the Indian Team. He had shown his presence in two World Cup winning title. But destiny had something else to write for the Pacer.
In Indian Premier League 2013, he was accused with ban due to match fixing scandal investigated by BCCI. He was punished with seven year ban which was ended in September 2020. His comeback to the cricketing world is with the President Cup.
Sreesanth used to play with Kings XI Punjab and Rajasthan Royals in IPL before the ban. He had managed to register 50 wickets from 60 T20 matches in his international career.