S Sreesanth out from IPL 2021 Auction There is only a few months left for IPL 2021 to start, but before that there have been many upsets where registered players are not getting a chance. Meanwhile, a news has come out that can surprise everyone. Sreesanth got himself included in the IPL Auction 2021 after a lifelong ban recently lifted by the Supreme Court.
This option is to be held on 18 February, but before that he has suffered a major setback. This time 292 players have been included in this function, in which many players from Australia, New Zealand South Africa have been given a chance. In total, around 17 new players have been given a chance in IPL 2021. But it is surprising that Sreesanth, 38, did not get a chance this time. In his place, the 30-year-old son of former India captain and wicketkeeper batsman Syed Kirmani has been included in this team.
Syed Kirmani, son of Syed Kirmani, who was part of the 1983 team, does not have much match experience. Even after this, he is getting a chance to play this match in IPL. He played his last match in 2015. Sreesanth kept his base price ₹ 7500000. Let us tell you that Sreesanth was sent to life imprisonment by the BCCI in a spot-fixing case in 2013, but he argued against this decision in the Supreme Court, after which the Supreme Court removed his life ban and after that he IPL 2021 he decided to go. But no team bought him, after which the coming time is going to be extremely difficult for him. Now we have to see if any team has to buy them or not.