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India pacer Sreesanth retires from all forms of domestic cricket

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New Delhi: Former India fast bowler S Sreesanth, on Thursday, announced his retirement from all formats of the game. He wrote a heartfelt tweet shared a video on Twitter expressing gratitude for the ones who supported him in his career.  See the tweet here.

Sreesanth has been included in the 24-member preliminary squad of Kerala for the upcoming Ranji season. The 38-year-old is making a return to red-ball cricket after a gap of nearly nine years. Sreesanth last played a first-class match in 2013 when he was featured in the Irani Cup for the Rest of India against Mumbai.

After serving a seven-year suspension for his alleged involvement in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scam, the veteran pacer was elated after getting a place in the preliminary squad for Kerala.