Cochin S Sreesanth retires from domestic cricket Sreesanth told the media on March 10 that he would continue with cricket as a coach and commentator. The former Indian pacer also said that he is preparing to write an autobiography based on his experiences.
In his autobiography, he writes about his life and his experiences in cricket. He hopes to complete his autobiography before Onam.
But he did not make the sudden decision to retire from domestic cricket. No worries or complaints to anyone in his career. Sreesanth told the media that he had many good moments in cricket and was happy to retire voluntarily.
If someone else has his experience instead of them, they may sometimes run away. But he was able to play cricket again. It did not want to retire from playing against Gujarat. But he said he could have retired better.
“Life is always easy and never make it difficult,” Sreesanth told the media.
He added that he had earlier decided to retire in 2015 but was able to see himself again in the Kerala team after working hard on his desire to return. Besides, he has never been neglected for being a Malayalee. The Malayalee player also said that if there is talent, no one can stop anyone.
Shree shared his great desire to play under Virat Kohli. Sreesanth, meanwhile, said that as a captain, Dhoni had a special ability to bring out the maximum energy in team members.
He has coaching possibilities in front of him. He may be seen in any role in IPL teams in the future. Sreesanth also said that discussions are underway for that.
He contested the elections but he is not a politician. He wants to be active in cinema. There are some good opportunities in Tamil cinema. A film is coming with Vijay Sethupathi. He added that it is a pleasure to act in a film, even in a small role.
Sreesanth announced his retirement from domestic cricket on the night of March 9. The actor has announced his retirement, making it clear that he is giving up on newcomers.
For India, Sreesanth has taken 75 wickets in 53 ODIs, seven wickets in 10 T20s and 87 wickets in 27 Tests. He also took five wickets in three innings.