If Leander Paes can win Grand Slams at 42, I can play cricket at 36, says Sreesanth after SC lifts life ban on him
But age is not something that he feels will be a factor in trying to make a comeback to competitive cricket.
"Your age is as much as you feel. I would again like to play club cricket in Scotland. I wanted to play last year but didn't get permission. I can't play club cricket in England at the moment as I have not played first-class cricket for six years now," said Sreesanth, who has represented the country in 27 Tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20 Internationals, respectively.
Sreesanth said in his "dark days", it was the unshakeable faith of his parents, wife Bhuvaneshwari, in-laws and his loyal fans that kept him going.