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S Sreesanth back to T20 cricket after 7 Years

November 28, 2020

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S Sreesanth is making his comeback to T20 cricket after 7 years. The BCCI had banned him in 2013 after match-fixing charges during the IPL.

The BCCI had put a life ban on Sreesanth along with Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan. Chandila and Chavan were the teammates of Sreesanth in Rajasthan Royals. However, Sreesanth got a clean chit from the court last year, and his life ban was reversed to 7 years. The ban on the 37-year-old has ended this year.

The India pacer had played his last game in the IPL 2013 against Kings XI Punjab.

S Sreesanth stated he waited 7 long years to make a comeback

Many of his fans have waited this long for Sreesanth’s comeback. They are glad to hear about his return to cricket. Sreesanth will participate in the President’s Cup on his comeback. The Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) and the selectors have named him in the T20 tournament. Sreesanth has expressed his gratitude to the Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) and the selectors. He is elated for the opportunity they have given him.

Moreover, he has also thanked the BCCI. He mentioned that he has been training hard for his comeback to cricket. He further added that he is preparing for the tournament and is hoping to give his best.

Speaking to ANI, Sreesanth said, “Thanks to the Kerala Cricket Association. I am really grateful to the selectors as well for giving me the opportunity. It is a great initiative taken by the association. Thanks to the BCCI as well, it has been seven long years. I have been training really hard. I am looking forward to the tournament; it is going to be an amazing President’s Cup.”

According to Sreesanth, for 7 long years, he has been waiting to return to the field. His eagerness to get back to the field is giving him the energy to give his best. The right-arm seamer trusts that his fitness is greater than it was in World Cup 2011. Sreesanth was part of the World Cup-winning team under MS Dhoni. He was in the playing XI of the World Cup 2011 final as well.

“I will keep giving my best because it is something that I have waited for seven long years… I am very confident, I think I am fitter than I was in 2011 when I played the World Cup,” he added.

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