'Work starts tomorrow' - Chris Green gears up for the preparations after getting suspended due to illegal action

‘Work starts tomorrow’ – Chris Green gears up for the preparations after getting suspended due to illegal action

Chris Green faces ban after getting alleged for illegal bowling action.

Chris Green of Guyana Amazon Warriors
Chris Green of Guyana Amazon Warriors. (Photo by Randy Brooks – CPL T20/Getty Images)

Chirs Green, the right off-spinner of Sydney Thunder was handed a three-month ban from Cricket Australia due to illegal bowling action. It was a major blow for Thunder as he was one of their mainstays in the ongoing Big Bash League 2019-20. Now, Green himself has come up with a heartwarming message for his fans, stating that he is looking forward to marking a strong comeback to the game.

The right-handed spinner was born in South Africa but his dream is to play for Australia. He has certainly emerged as one of the best T20 spin bowlers across the globe and the day is not very far that one day he would be spotted donning Australia jersey.

Earlier, he had signed a six-year-long deal with Sydney Thunder in Big Bash League. Green has been an asset for the former BBL champions and he is quite economical as well. In his overall BBL career, he has grabbed 34 wickets in 48 games at a low economy rate 7.12.

Chris Green comes up with back-to-back posts after getting banned 

He also hit a jackpot after Kolkata Knight Riders bought him in the IPL 2020 auction at a price of 20 Lakhs INR. The 26-year-old was eager to make his debut in the upcoming season of IPL but now he will not be available for the first couple of weeks of the Indian T20 tournament until he finishes his ban. After that also, he will have to undergo a bowling Test before getting eligible to take part in any international competitions.

Now, Chris Green has come up with two back to back posts as he feels gutted for not being able to play for Sydney Thunder but he can’t do much over the same as he has to follow the rules. The off-spinner also added the fact that he would do whatever it takes him to get back on the cricket field and he thanks his fans for showing their support and love.

He took to his Twitter handle and wrote, “Gutted I couldn’t be out there with my @thunderbbl teammates tonight. Whilst the news surrounding my action is disappointing, I respect the process and the results of the test. Perspective is a powerful thing with what is currently happening in our country.”

Followed by his next post that read, “Through the help of my coaches, I will be doing everything I can to get back to doing what I love with the ball in hand. I would like to thank everyone for their messages, I am very fortunate to have the best people & fans around to support me! Work starts tomorrow.”

Here is the post from Chris Green: