Recognized as an aggressive cricketer with his aggression, Team India senior fast bowler Sreesanth is set to make a comeback in professional cricket.
Recognized as an aggressive cricketer with his aggression, Team India senior fast bowler Sreesanth is all set to return to professional cricket. With the Syed Mustaq Ali Trophy T20, the national tournament, Sri is busy trying to get back into cricket. Sreesanth has been shortlisted for the 26-member Kerala Cricket Association’s Probables for the tournament, which starts on January 10. With this, Sreesanth’s re-entry is almost finalized. Along with Sreesanth, Sanju Samson, Sachin Baby, Jalaj Saxena, Robin Uthappa, Basil Thampi and others are looking for a place in the Kerala team. It is learned that the BCCI has banned Sreesanth, who is facing charges in the IPL spot-fixing scandal. The ban imposed on him ended in September this year. With this, Sreesanth is making a comeback in professional cricket. Sreesanth last played for India in 2011 and played a key role in the T20 World Cup matches in 2007 and 2011.
Angry cricketer Mushfiqur Rahim angry with fellow cricketer
Digitization పెరిగింది Increased use of technology due to Corona… Infosys Chairman Nandan Nilekani