S Sreesanth has been banned from playing cricket due to spot-fixing in-game for almost 7 years by BCCI. It was a huge time for the fast bowler. He started counting days when 2020 started and even started practicing from last May month.
On 13th September of this year, the ban which was imposed by The Board of Control for Cricket in India has come to an end. The player is now free to play.
With a recent interview, Sreesanth expressed his gratitude by saying that it is a kind of freedom for him. No one can understand how much he missed cricket during the time.
He even felt guilty for cheating in cricket and he is sure enough now never to do that again even if it is a friendly match. He is ready to play a fair game whenever he will play with any team.
But due to the pandemic situation in India, no tournament will take place in the country. As the virus is spreading very quickly the IPL is also transferred to another country.
On the same account of the scenario, S Sreesanth expressed his feelings that he was shattered to know when there will no domestic match that will happen in India.
Even the thought of organizing a tournament but after gazing at the current reports of Covid-19 he understood it seems to be impossible that cricket or any sports will happen in this season.
Seeing the current situation he even decided to take retirement. But he considers that it will not be justice to his practice.
His mother asked him not to give up when he waited so many years to play in the field.
S Sreesanth has taken 87 wickets in test matches and now he just wants to make a century of it. He will urge BCCI to play international cricket if domestic is not going to happen in India anytime soon.
7 years definitely a huge time to come back but it is never too late to start.
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