Sunrisers Hyderabad, sometimes known as SunRisers Hyderabad or just SRH, is an Indian Premier League franchise cricket team headquartered in Hyderabad, Telangana (IPL). After the Hyderabad-based Deccan Chargers were disbanded by the IPL, the franchise was created in 2012 and is owned by Kalanithi Maran of the SUN Group. Brian Lara now serves as the team’s head coach. The Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad, which has a capacity of 55,000, serves as their major home field.
In 2013, the club made its debut in the IPL. They advanced to the playoffs and ultimately took fourth place. In the 2016 IPL season, the Sunrisers won the championship after defeating the Royal Challengers Bangalore by an 8-run margin. Every year since 2016, the squad has advanced to the tournament’s play-off round. The team competed in the Indian Premier League in 2018 but fell to Chennai Super Kings in the championship game. The group is regarded as one of the top bowling teams and is frequently praised for its capacity to hold down low totals.
|Home Ground||Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium|
|Team Owner||Kalanithi Maran of the SUN Group|
In their uniform, SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) wears an orange and black color scheme. On February 9, 2022, Sunrisers Hyderabad unveiled its brand-new uniform.
The new shirt can be seen in two different colors, with the lower handcuffs being printed in dotted orange on a black background. The front, back, and trousers are all bright orange.
|Abdul Samad||Batsman||4 Crore|
|Umran Malik||Bowler||4 Crore|
|Washington Sundar||All-Rounder||8.75 crore|
|Rahul Tripathi||Batsman||8.5 crore|
|Abhishek Sharma||All-Rounder||6.5 crore|
|Kartik Tyagi||Bowler||4 crore|
|T Natarajan||Bowler||4 crore|
|Bhuvneshwar Kumar||Bowler||4.2 crore|
|Aiden Markram||Batsman||2.6 crore|
|Marco Jansen||Bowler||4.2 crore|
|Glenn Phillips||Batsman/Wicket-keeper||1.5 crore|
|Fazalhaq Farooqi||Bowler||50 lakh|
|Harry Brook||Batsman||13.25 crore|
|Mayank Agarwal||Batsman||8.25 crore|
|Heinrich Klaasen||Wicket-keeper||5.25 crore|
|Adil Rashid||Bowler||2 crore|
|Mayank Markande||Bowler||50 lakh|
|Vivrant Sharma||All-Rounder||2.6 crore|
|Samarth Vyas||All-Rounder||20 lakh|
|Sanvir Singh||All-Rounder||20 lakh|
|Upendra Singh Yadav||Wicket-keeper||25 lakh|
|Mayank Dagar||Bowler||1.8 crore|
|Nitish Kumar Reddy||All-Rounder||20 lakh|
|Akeal Hosein||Bowler||1 crore|
|Anmolpreet Singh||Batsman||20 lakh|
Harry Brook (INR 13.25 crore),
Mayank Agarwal (INR 8.25 crore),
Heinrich Klaasen (INR 5.25 crore),
Adil Rashid (INR 2 crore),
Mayank Markande (INR 50 lakh),
Vivrant Sharma (INR 2.6 crore),
Samarth Vyas (INR 20 lakh),
Sanvir Singh (INR 20 lakh),
Upendra Yadav (INR 25 lakh),
Mayank Dagar (INR 1.8 crore),
Nitish Kumar Reddy (INR 20 lakh),
Akeal Hosein (INR 1 crore),
Anmolpreet Singh (INR 20 lakh).
|Year||Round||Position||Games played||Won||Lost||Tied||No result||Win %|
|Year||League Table Standing||Final Standing|
|2013||4th out of 9||Playoffs|
|2014||6th out of 8||League Stage|
|2015||6th out of 8||League Stage|
|2016||3rd out of 8||Champions|
|2017||3rd out of 8||Playoffs|
|2018||1st out of 8||Runners-up|
|2019||4th out of 8||Playoffs|
|2020||3rd out of 8||Playoffs|
|2021||8th out of 8||League Stage|
|2022||8th out of 10||League Stage|
SRH kept 15 players for the 2016 campaign while releasing nine others.   Two players were traded by SRH after the auction.  After defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore in the championship game and finishing the regular season with 11 victories and 6 defeats, Sunrisers Hyderabad was declared the winner. This was their debut and only championship to date. The Purple Cap was originally won by Bhuvneshwar Kumar, a player with Sunrisers Hyderabad.
The franchise cricket team SRH competes in the Indian Premier League and is based in Hyderabad, Telangana, India (IPL). After the Hyderabad-based Deccan Chargers were disbanded by the IPL, the franchise was created in 2012 and is owned by Kalanithi Maran of the SUN Group.
In the 2016 IPL season, the Sunrisers won the championship after defeating the Royal Challengers Bangalore by an 8-run margin. Every year since 2016, the squad has advanced to the tournament’s play-off round. The team competed in the Indian Premier League in 2018 but fell to Chennai Super Kings in the championship game.
The lowest team score for Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL history is 96 runs against Mumbai Indians.
The player with the most significant strike rate (158.23) out of those who faced more than 250 balls is Rahul Tripathi.