s. Sreesanth had recently said goodbye to cricket and now he has made a big disclosure and has accused the Kerala Cricket Association.
S Sreesanth made a big disclosure after retiring. (File Pic)
Bharat (Indian Cricket Team) Counted among the best swing bowlers of the world, fast bowler S. Sreesanth (S.Sreesanth) Has recently said goodbye to cricket. After retiring this bowler has made a disclosure. Sreesanth has said that he has won the cricket association of his state i.e. Kerala Cricket Association. (Kerala Cricket Association) Farewell match was appealed from, but the board refused his offer. There are reports that Sreesanth wanted to play in the match between Kerala and Gujarat in the current season of Ranji Trophy and this would have been his last match.
The team management, however, refused to listen to the 39-year-old fast bowler. Sreesanth returned to first-class cricket after nine years from the same season of the Ranji Trophy. He played in the team’s opening match of this season. He also took wickets in the match played against Meghalaya, but after that he was dropped from the next matches.
‘I deserved a farewell match’
Sreesanth has disclosed this in an interview given to Manorama. He told, “I was ready to play a match against Gujarat in the Ranji Trophy. In the team meeting before the match, I had made it clear that this would be my last match for Kerala. I feel I deserve a farewell match.”
said about his future
When Sreesanth was asked about his future, he said, “I am ready to play in franchise leagues played all over the world. I have also received some coaching offers. At the same time, I also want to focus on my film career. My first film in Tamil language will come in April. I have also worked in a Kannada film called Kempegowda 2.
On setting up the academy, Sreesanth said, “Yes, my first academy will be opened in September in Mookambika, Karnataka.”
such a career
Sreesanth was a part of India’s two World Cup victories. Sreesanth was a part of the team when Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s captaincy won the first edition of the T20 World Cup in 2007. After this, in 2011 also he was with Team India in the ODI World Cup victory. He played 27 Test matches for India and took 87 wickets in his name. For India, this bowler took 75 wickets in 53 ODIs. While in T20, he took seven wickets in 10 matches.
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