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S Sreesanth Ready to Make a Comeback After 9 years

He was away from cricket in 2013 after being caught in the alleged spot-fixing case in IPL. A lifetime ban was imposed on him earlier. Which was later reduced to 7 years. Sreesanth veteran of cricket after waiting for 9 years.

S Sreesanth returns to cricket once again at the age of 38

Veteran fast bowler S Sreesanth is ready to return to red-ball cricket once again at the age of 38. He was away from cricket in 2013 after being caught in the alleged spot-fixing case in IPL. He was earlier banned for life, which was later reduced to 7 years. Now Sreesanth has been given a place in first-class cricket by Kerala in its 24-member team of Ranji Trophy.

Sreesanth returns to cricket after waiting for 9 years

Sreesanth is returning to this format of cricket after waiting for 9 years. He played the last first-class match in 2013. He took the field against Mumbai for the rest of India in the Irani Cup. After getting a place in the Kerala team, Sreesanth shared a video of himself on social media and expressed his happiness.

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Sreesanth shared the video

Sreesanth wrote that it feels good to be back in the Ranji Trophy after 9 years for my beloved state. Thanks to all for this. Sreesanth was allegedly involved in IPL spot-fixing where he was arrested by Delhi Police along with Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan. The Indian bowler made a comeback in the shortest format of the game from the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy last season.

Was arrested for spot-fixing

In 2013, Sreesanth was allegedly involved in the IPL spot-fixing scandal, where he was arrested by the Delhi Police along with Ajit Chandila and Ankit Chavan. Sreesanth was accused of spot-fixing during the seventh season of IPL. But he was cleared of all charges due to lack of evidence. The ban imposed on him ended on September 13, 2020.

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