Indian Premier League quickly became a household name in India and the fans all over the world rejoiced to look at their favorite players play this league. However, IPL has been surrounded by many controversies since the beginning. One of such controversies or scandal that turned out to be a nightmare for Indian cricketer Sreesanth was back in 2013. He was accused of spot-fixing in one of the matches in IPL. But now Sreesanth gears up for comeback.
The most famous swinger of the Indian cricket team had to face seven years of suspension from the game due to his alleged involvement in this scandal. The cricketer is now all geared up for restarting his career and has a positive approach for the same.
His training regime with Tim Grover
Tim Grover, known for training Michael Jordan is now helping S Sreesanth in redeeming himself. The Indian cricketer is currently taking an online mental conditioning lesson from his training coach. Tim Grover has also worked with Kobe Bryant and is quite popular due to his training approach and the regime in the NBA.
Sreesanth is now taking this training for playing and representing Kerala at Ranji’s trophy this year. He takes three hours of mental conditioning sessions to prep for his comeback with the coach thrice a week. Apart from these classes, the player also has training sessions in the afternoon from 1.30 to 6 pm at the indoor nets with the players of U-23 players and other Ranji trophy players.
Sreesanth on his comeback
As of now, the player is focusing on training and playing for Kerala in this year’s Ranji trophy. When asked if he would put his name in the auction list of IPL, the player said that he would put his name surely if he can perform well in the Ranji Trophy. The player wants to play the IPL again for India. He also mentions that he wants to play for the country and not only for some selected tournaments.
His fellow teammates like Irrfan Pathan and Harbhajan Singh are keeping a check on him along with some Malayalam actors he has worked with in the past. Sreesanth is quite affirmative about his comeback and wants to play and again impress his fans with his unique bowling style. He signed off by saying that tough times don’t last, but tough men do.