India’s firing speedster and a talented cricketer S. Sreesanth reveals his plans for cricket that he wants to play 2019 world cup.
“I want to play Test cricket again, I still have three to four years of cricket left in me,” Sreesanth said.
In 2013 he has been arrested accusing spot fixing and then sentenced a life ban from BCCI after that he is out of cricket. But a player never submits his will and talent over any issue. And Sreesanth is surely one of them.
He said “God has been extremely kind that I am getting another opportunity to work hard and get back into the Indian team. That will be my biggest challenge. The support from BCCI and KCA is very important. I am waiting for the green signal from the BCCI and KCA so that I can start practising again.”
Though the BCCI has not made its stand clear with regard to the lifting of his ban, Sreesanth tells that the court order has vindicated his stand and his hopes of making it back to the Indian team.
The 34-year-old fast bowler said that he had already been practicing and now needed to prove himself.
“I am bowling. I have a small indoor net in my house and that is where I practice. I believe I got to prove myself,” said the Kerala pacer.