Indian bowler S Sreesanth, who has featured for India in the 2007 and 2011 WOrld Cup finals, is preparing for his comeback to professional cricket in September 2020 after BCCI revoked on his life-ban stamp and reduced it to seven years.
A video of the fast bowler taking a wicket has gone viral among netizens and it promises that the pacer is hungry to play for the Indian team and produce more match-winning performances. Sreesanth was practising in the nets to get his pace and length back and happened to bowl to local teammate Sachin Baby.
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The right-arm-medium pacer used his inswinger as the ball went between the bat and pad of the southpaw to clean his stumps. Sreesanth celebrated in his old-way only and looking at his bowling action it seems like nothing has changed from his early cricket days.
Sreesanth was involved in an Ipl match-fixing Scandal in 2013 when he was playing for Rajasthan Royals and that incident had created a chaos in the cricket fraternity. He was given life-ban by BCCI and from there he acted in various films.
The 36-year-old has played in 27 Tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20Is in which he managed to grab more than 150 International wickets. He will turn 37 by the time he returns to cricket.