Sreesanth retires from International cricket
CRICDOT DESK : Indian pacer Sreesanth’s international career ended in 2011. After that, this right-handed fast bowler has gone through many ups and downs. He was out of cricket. He has also acted in Bollywood. He is back in cricket. Sreesanth, 39, said goodbye to domestic cricket on Wednesday.
He last played in the Ranji Trophy in the 2011-22 season. The pacer mentioned that he has announced retirement to give opportunities to the youth. “Saying goodbye to cricket is disruptive,” he wrote in a Twitter message. But there is no regret. ‘
Sreesanth made his Indian jersey debut in 2005. He has taken 65 wickets in 53 matches. Besides, he has taken 6 wickets in 26 Tests in the country. The pacer was a member of India’s 2007 T20 World Cup winning team in ten T20 games.
Although his international career has not prospered due to the ban, he has been playing domestic cricket for 25 years. He took 213 wickets in first-class cricket and 124 wickets in List A cricket. T-20 took 54 wickets.
Regarding retirement, Sreesanth said, “I have always wanted to win in my 25-year career. I have taken the highest level of preparation. I am proud to play cricket for my family, friends, teammates and Indians. With a heavy heart, I am saying goodbye to domestic cricket this time. I want young people to be ready for the future. “