Sreesanth started training for the first time after being embroiled in the spot-fixing scandal and has expressed hope of getting back on to the field soon.
New Delhi: Out-on-bail India pacer S Sreesanth started training on Saturday for the first time after being embroiled in the spot-fixing scandal and has expressed hope of getting back on to the field soon.
"Started training again..gods grace..first day..slowly getting back to normal life..thanks a lot for all ur support..," Sreesanth wrote on his twitter handle.
Sreesanth along with his two Rajasthan Royals teammates, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan, was arrested by Delhi Police for alleged involvement in spot fixing in the IPL 6.
"Will keep working hard nd wait..nd be patient ..hopefully I will be able to get back on field sometime soon ..jai mata di," the tainted pacer tweeted.
Sreesanth had to spent 27 days in Tihar jail here before getting bail on June 11.
Sreesanth will soon have to depose before the BCCI appointed commission for spot-fixing charges levelled against him by the Delhi Police.