S Sreesanth Is Still Unplayable, He Is Getting Wickets At Nets: Sachin Baby

S Sreesanth Is Still Unplayable, He Is Getting Wickets At Nets: Sachin Baby

S Sreesanth
S Sreesanth. (Photo: Getty Images)

S Sreesanth’s life ban for his role in alleged spot-fixing during the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2013 was reduced to seven years by the Supreme Court, which ends in September 2020. His state team Kerala has backed him and said that Sreesanth will considered to play in the upcoming Ranji trophy season.

Sreesanth has hit the nets as he is raring to go. In a video which has gone viral on social media the fast bowler, who has not played in last seven years, was seen beating Sachin Baby with a ripper which went between his bat and pad. Sreesanth has also set some unrealistic dreams for himself, which sees him lifting the 2023 World Cup with Team India.

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S Sreesanth (Courtesy: Twitter)

S Sreesanth is bowling well in nets, he is unplayable: Sachin Baby

The time away from the cricket field has not changed Sreesanth. His bowling prowess still remains the same, albeit concerns over his match fitness still remains. However, Kerala batsman Sachin Baby claimed that he is bowling well, getting the line right and is still unplayable at the nets.

“He is really bowling well in the nets. The video has gone viral as well. Whenever he bowls to me, I tend to get out because of his pace and swing. He is still unplayable.

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“We have to work on his match fitness. We are working hard on his bowling. He has been bowling really well in the nets, he is getting wickets in the nets. We are waiting for the rainy season to get over and get on the ground.”

The 36-year-old has played 27 Tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20 Internationals for India, claiming 169 wickets in all. He last played for India back in 2011.