Former S bowler S Sreesanth, who has been banned for spot fixing, will be capable to play in Team India once more in September. The ban imposed on them by the BCCI is about to finish. Sreesanth feels that regardless of the removing of the ban, it’s virtually not attainable to make a spot within the Indian staff.
Sreesanth has performed 27 Tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20s for India. During a dialog with New World, Sreesanth mentioned, "Practically I don't think I will be able to come back, but I always follow what my father has told me. He has told me that as long as you are breathing you lose. Don't agree. "
Sreesanth mentioned, "I by no means thought that coming from a small state like Kerala, I’d ever be capable to play for India. <! –
There aren’t any extra gamers than Kerala within the historical past of India.
In the IPL 2013, Sreesanth was banned for all times by the BCCI for spot fixing. He final performed cricket for India in 2011. In March 2019, the Supreme Court canceled the life ban on Sreesanth. Later, the OBCsman of the BCCI transferred Sreesanth's sentence to seven years.