"I have not done anything wrong. Everybody faces bad times in life. This is my bad time and I hope it will end soon," Sreesanth who arrived here to take part in the wedding anniversary of his in-laws told reporters.
Though Sreesanth initially tried to avoid the media, he answered a few questions. He said that at present he is totally focussed on his married life and is happy with it.
Sreesanth said that he is planning to set up a cricket academy, but hasn't zeroed in on a location.
Terming Bhopal as a place full of natural beauty, he said that since now his family is here, he might set up a fitness centre in the city.
Sreesanth's wife Bhuvaneshwari was also present on the occasion.
The fast bowler was a member of the World Cup winning squad in 2011 and was allegedly involved in IPL's spot-fixing scandal, after which he was sent to jail.
Later, the Board of Cricket for Control in India's (BCCI) Disciplinary Committee also slapped a life ban on him.


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