Indian fast bowler S Sreesanth is known for his aggressiveness, his speed and his runup. He was part of the 2007 T20 World Cup team and the 2011 ODI World Cup. The 37-year-old Sreesanth, who has played 27 Tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20s for India, has taken 87, 75 and 7 wickets respectively. In the IPL, he has played for Kings XI Punjab, Kochi Tusker Kerala and Rajasthan Royals, but ended in 2013 due to spot-fixing. He was banned for life. The ban was later lifted, but by then his career had been severely affected.
Recently Sreesanth said on Instagram Live with CrickTracker that he was taken to the terrorists’ ward after his arrest. He was also cut off from the family at that time. Sreesanth said, “If you look at my life, it had changed in an instant. I was taken to the terrorist ward. I was questioned for 16-17 hours daily for 12 days. It was like a torture. At that time I always thought about my home family. ”He continued, “A few days later my elder brother came to see me. Then I came to know about my family. My family inspired me. He always stood by me. “He said,” It is important to win every battle seriously. Everyone is fighting their own battle. If Sachin Tendulkar also scores a century in a match, then he has to start from zero in the next match.
The fast bowler said, “Think about those 10 seconds when you make a decision. You should know that this too will pass. Achieve what you want to do Do not wait for the world.”He said on the sudden death of Sushant Singh Rajput, “I was undergoing training at that time. At that time I did not notice. Later, when I was in the car, I got my wife’s voicemail. I thought she was joking. Later I came to know the truth. Many people were sharing their photos on social media. Thankfully no one clicked my photo when I was coming out of jail. My children will never see that photo of me. I was very sorry for Sushant’s death. ”