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Shanthakumaran Sreesanth. Remember the break-dancing fast bowler who won as many fans as foes during his stay with the Indian team? Injury and poor form saw him drop out of the national side in 2011.

Ishant Sharma may have been ruled out of the opening Test owing to viral fever, but one still needs to ask the question whether the lanky medium pacer deserves a spot in the Indian Test squad any longer.

Indian captain M S Dhoni has been appointed brand ambassador of cricket in Nepal, with the aim of promoting the game as well as tourism in the country. In a lighter vein, we look at imaginary clubs that some cricketers/ administrators would be very good at promoting.

Season one Champion of Indian Premier League Rajasthan Royals suffered a major setback when team's regular pacer S Sreesanth has been ruled out for Injury for five months.

India seamer Shanthakumaran Sreesanth is out of contention to replace Praveen Kumar for the Test series against Australia as he has said that he could be out of action for a period of six to eight weeks.

If Zaheer Khan missing the training session at the Trent Bridge on Wednesday is any indication, then it's more or less certain that India will be without the services of their premier pace bowler in the second Test. And instead of raking over the coals of what went wrong at Lord's or what possibly could have happened had the 32-year-old not pulled his hamstring on the first morning of the Test, it's time to lay down plans and find out the possible replacement for the fast bowler.

Following the Indian skipper’s comments on Tuesday that he would not risk the fitness of his pace spearhead Zaheer Khan, a TV channel has reported that Zaheer now will be replaced with Shanthakumaran Sreesanth.

Indian pace spearhead Zaheer Khan and Kerala seamer S Sreesanth have been ruled out of the forthcoming Test series against the West Indies scheduled to start from May 20.

The 43-day event has reached its finale as the two Asian giants geared up for the last battle to achieve the ultimate glory at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Saturday, where Sri Lankan skipper Kumar Sagakkara won the toss and elected to bat first.