Sreesanth’s cricketing career in India looks beyond the bounds of possibility as the demands are not met for him even after making several attempts.
With no clues left in him, he pulled out some big names such as MS Dhoni and Rahul Dravid into the scene by telling that they are not supporting him in tough times.
Sreesanth was left with melancholy when Dravid did not speak in favour of him. Also, he left an emotional message to MS Dhoni but still, he did not get any positive response.
“I was sad that Rahul (Dravid) stood by Rajasthan Royals, and didn’t support me despite knowing me well. I messaged MS Dhoni and sent him an emotional message. But he didn’t respond,” Sreesanth told Republic TV.
However, Sreesanth said that six or more of high-profile Indian cricketers were charged by the Delhi police. If those names come to light, it would affect the passage of the game.
“Six or more of the top 10 Indian players were accused by the Delhi Police. If the other six names of the accused come out, it will really affect the game,” he added.
Sreesanth is trying his heart out to make a rebound to the Indian team. If not, he would just play for another country as the ICC has not imposed any ban on him.
“Let’s face it, this is not the national team. The BCCI is a private firm. If I’m given an opportunity and I’m allowed to play, then I would play for another country,” he said.
The situation is not going down too well for Sreesanth but he is never giving up and is fighting for his right. Recently, he said he would drag BCCI to the Supreme Court.
“That is the only option left with me, to approach the Supreme Court. At the end of the day, my life, except cricket is going really well.
I will fight for my right. It is not just about playing for the country, but it is about getting the respect back,” the 34-year-old Sreesanth had told PTI.
“That is why I have opened up and started to speak. It is just the beginning and there are more things to come,” he said.
However, Kapil Dev told that Sreesanth would need the necessary proof to submit a complaint if he is really going to the extreme level to hit the Supreme Court.