Sidelined from cricket, disgraced India bowler Shanthakumran Sreesanth is confident of making a comeback to competitive cricket. After the latest court hearing in the national capital on Friday, the speedster got positive vibes from the court as the court questioned 'Why was he arrested' and 'where are the evidences against him?'<em> </em><p></p><p></p>Currently facing a trial for spot-fixing in Indian Premier League season six, in a Delhi court, Sreesanth is certain that he will return to playing full-fledged cricket.<p></p><p></p>As reported by CricketCountry, Sreesanth said , "I am so happy with what has happened today. I had said many times that I have done no wrong. I am so fortunate that all along my parents, my family, my wife and friends always stood by me. I am sure I will be able to return to cricket."<p></p><p></p>Sreesanth was arrested during IPL2013 on the charges that he was involved in spot-fixing, while he was playing for Rajasthan Royals. The Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) came down on him and slapped him with a life ban.