Sreesanth (TOI Picture)
CHENNAI: S Sreesanth’s ban will finish in September this yr and the previous medium-pacer is more likely to play for Kerala — his state crew — within the home season. Even Sreesanth makes his entry into the Kerala crew, Sandeep Warrier — one of many common members within the facet — is transferring to Tamil Nadu. Nonetheless, Warrier desires Sreesanth to have a memorable comeback.
“I hope that will likely be among the finest comebacks that cricket has even seen. And I do know it will likely be among the finest comebacks that cricket has ever seen due to his dedication and talent stage,” Warrier stated throughout the chat present Homerun with AV with sports activities commentator Arun Venugopal on his YouTube channel Gethist Artistic.
Since his debut for Kerala throughout the 2012 season, Warrier has grown in stature as one of many go-to bowlers for the facet. From 57 first-class outings, the 29-year-old has 186 scalps at a powerful common of 24.43. Warrier concedes that he’ll miss his Kerala teammates’ ‘never-say-no-attitude.’
“I will miss all the pieces about it as a result of every and everybody within the crew is hardworking. The factor is if you’re with them for the 4 or 5 months of the season, you possibly can name them at any time and so they’ll come. If you wish to exit for a film or when you’re feeling down, if you wish to exit to the seashore for a run, no matter time you name Sanju or Azhar or Vinoop, 5’o clock or 5.30 even they will be able to go wherever. Even the juniors… Final time in between matches once we had a break, at 8-8.30 and all I’ve known as juniors like Sijomon if I wish to exit for a 10 o’clock film, I’ve by no means heard any of them say no. The never-say-no perspective is one thing I will miss,” Warrier revealed.