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IPL 2022: 11 Unlucky Players Who Were Not Retained by the Franchises

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IPL 2022: The auction for the upcoming edition of the IPL is predicted to be the biggest that we have seen in recent times. Apart from ten teams, the auction pool is also likely to have some of the biggest names in world cricket.

BCCI allowed the old eight teams to retain a maximum of four players and a total of 27 players were retained. Only four out of eight teams retained four players including Delhi Capitals, Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians, and Kolkata Knight Riders.

Due to the restrictions of four players, franchises had to release several key players from their squad. The two new teams, Ahmedabad and Lucknow are yet to decide the name of three players whom they are going to retain before going into the auction.

In this list, we have discussed 11 unlucky players who were not retained by the franchises.

IPL 2022 – 11 Unlucky Players Who Were Not Retained by the Franchises
IPL 2022 – 11 Unlucky Players Who Were Not Retained by the Franchises

IPL 2022: Unlucky 11

1. KL Rahul (wicketkeeper)

KL Rahul was the captain of the Punjab Kings franchise until the last season. But, he asked for his release which was granted by the franchise. Rahul made 626 runs in 13 matches at an average of 62.6 and a strike rate of 138.8 last year.

Rahul has made 3273 runs in 94 IPL matches at an average of 47.43 and a strike rate of 136.37. He has hit two centuries and 27 half-centuries.

2. David Warner

David Warner is one of the players who should have been retained by the Sunrisers Hyderabad franchise. But, the franchise decided to make Kane Williamson captain and Warner will find himself in the IPL 2022 auction pool for the first time since joining the SRH side in 2014.

Warner has made 5449 runs in 150 matches at an average of 41.59 and a strike rate of 139.96. He has hit four centuries and 50 half-centuries in IPL. Warner is the only player in IPL’s history to win the orange cap thrice.

3. Faf du Plessis

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Faf du Plessis was a part of the Chennai Super Kings since 2012. He played for Rising Pune Supergiant when CSK was banned from the IPL and reunited with the team when it was back in 2018.

du Plessis made 633 runs in 16 matches last year and helped the franchise lift the trophy for the fourth time.

4. Shreyas Iyer (captain)

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Shreyas Iyer had a huge impact on Delhi Capitals but the franchise decided to release him as Rishabh Pant was appointed the team’s captain. Under Iyer’s leadership, Delhi qualified to the final of IPL for the first time in the 2020 season.

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With the bat, he made 2375 runs in 87 matches at an average of 31.66 and a strike rate of 123.95. He has hit 16 half-centuries in IPL. Iyer won the Emerging Player Award in his debut season in 2015.

5. Jason Holder

Jason Holder has played for Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL. But, his most successful run came when he became part of the Sunrisers Hyderabad franchise in 2020. Holder was called in to replace Mitchell Marsh who sustained an injury in his very first game of the season.

Holder picked 14 wickets in seven matches at an average of 16.64. In 2021, he took 16 wickets in eight matches at an average of 15.43.

6. Hardik Pandya

Hardik Pandya was a part of the Mumbai Indians since 2015 but was released by the franchise this year. He has made 1476 runs in 92 matches at an average of 27.33 and a strike rate of 153.91.

Pandya has the reputation of playing a crucial role in several matches for MI. But, he has not been in the best of his form in the last two years. He didn’t bowl a single over in the last two editions of the league and was released by the franchise before IPL 2022 Auction.

7. Ravichandran Ashwin

Ravichandran Ashwin is known as one of the best off-spinners in the world currently. Ashwin has returned to the Indian white-ball squad recently due to his performance in recent times. He was traded from Punjab Kings to Delhi Capitals in 2020.

Ashwin has picked a total of 145 wickets in 167 matches at an average of 27.8, and an economy of 6.91. He is sixth on the list of bowlers with the most wickets in the tournament.

8. Shardul Thakur

Shardul Thakur was a part of the Chennai Super Kings since 2018 when he was picked for an INR 2.6 crores. In 2021, Shardul took 21 wickets in 16 matches at an average of 25.09 and a strike rate of 8.8.

Overall, Shardul has picked 67 wickets at an average of 27.86 in IPL.

9. Rashid Khan

Rashid Khan was picked by Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2017 for INR four crores. He has picked 93 wickets in 76 matches at an average of 20.55 and an economy of 6.33.

Rashid has picked over 16 wickets in every season of IPL since making his debut. He took 18 wickets in 14 matches in 2021 at an average of 20.83 and an economy of 6.69.

10. Deepak Chahar

Deepak Chahar started his IPL career in 2016 with Rising Pune Supergiants and then moved to Chennai Super Kings in 2018. He has picked a total of 59 wickets in 63 matches at an average of 29.18 and an economy of 7.8.

Chahar’s best performance happened during the 2019 season when he picked 22 wickets in 17 matches and helped the CSK team qualify to the final.

11. Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami joined Punjab Kings in 2019 and enjoyed his best time while playing for the franchise. He was one of the four bowlers who have picked over 50 wickets for the franchise.

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Overall, Shami has picked a total of 79 wickets in 79 matches at an average of 30.4 and an economy of 8.62.

IPL 2022: The auction for the upcoming edition of the IPL is predicted to be the biggest that we have seen in recent times. Apart from ten teams, the auction pool is also likely to have some of the biggest names in world cricket.

BCCI allowed the old eight teams to retain a maximum of four players and a total of 27 players were retained. Only four out of eight teams retained four players including Delhi Capitals, Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians, and Kolkata Knight Riders.

Due to the restrictions of four players, franchises had to release several key players from their squad. The two new teams, Ahmedabad and Lucknow are yet to decide the name of three players whom they are going to retain before going into the auction.

In this list, we have discussed 11 unlucky players who were not retained by the franchises.

IPL 2022 – 11 Unlucky Players Who Were Not Retained by the Franchises
IPL 2022 – 11 Unlucky Players Who Were Not Retained by the Franchises

IPL 2022: Unlucky 11

1. KL Rahul (wicketkeeper)

KL Rahul was the captain of the Punjab Kings franchise until the last season. But, he asked for his release which was granted by the franchise. Rahul made 626 runs in 13 matches at an average of 62.6 and a strike rate of 138.8 last year.

Rahul has made 3273 runs in 94 IPL matches at an average of 47.43 and a strike rate of 136.37. He has hit two centuries and 27 half-centuries.

2. David Warner

David Warner is one of the players who should have been retained by the Sunrisers Hyderabad franchise. But, the franchise decided to make Kane Williamson captain and Warner will find himself in the IPL 2022 auction pool for the first time since joining the SRH side in 2014.

Warner has made 5449 runs in 150 matches at an average of 41.59 and a strike rate of 139.96. He has hit four centuries and 50 half-centuries in IPL. Warner is the only player in IPL’s history to win the orange cap thrice.

3. Faf du Plessis

Faf du Plessis was a part of the Chennai Super Kings since 2012. He played for Rising Pune Supergiant when CSK was banned from the IPL and reunited with the team when it was back in 2018.

du Plessis made 633 runs in 16 matches last year and helped the franchise lift the trophy for the fourth time.

4. Shreyas Iyer (captain)

Shreyas Iyer had a huge impact on Delhi Capitals but the franchise decided to release him as Rishabh Pant was appointed the team’s captain. Under Iyer’s leadership, Delhi qualified to the final of IPL for the first time in the 2020 season.

With the bat, he made 2375 runs in 87 matches at an average of 31.66 and a strike rate of 123.95. He has hit 16 half-centuries in IPL. Iyer won the Emerging Player Award in his debut season in 2015.

5. Jason Holder

Jason Holder has played for Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL. But, his most successful run came when he became part of the Sunrisers Hyderabad franchise in 2020. Holder was called in to replace Mitchell Marsh who sustained an injury in his very first game of the season.

Holder picked 14 wickets in seven matches at an average of 16.64. In 2021, he took 16 wickets in eight matches at an average of 15.43.

6. Hardik Pandya

Hardik Pandya was a part of the Mumbai Indians since 2015 but was released by the franchise this year. He has made 1476 runs in 92 matches at an average of 27.33 and a strike rate of 153.91.

Pandya has the reputation of playing a crucial role in several matches for MI. But, he has not been in the best of his form in the last two years. He didn’t bowl a single over in the last two editions of the league and was released by the franchise before IPL 2022 Auction.

7. Ravichandran Ashwin

Ravichandran Ashwin is known as one of the best off-spinners in the world currently. Ashwin has returned to the Indian white-ball squad recently due to his performance in recent times. He was traded from Punjab Kings to Delhi Capitals in 2020.

Ashwin has picked a total of 145 wickets in 167 matches at an average of 27.8, and an economy of 6.91. He is sixth on the list of bowlers with the most wickets in the tournament.

8. Shardul Thakur

Shardul Thakur was a part of the Chennai Super Kings since 2018 when he was picked for an INR 2.6 crores. In 2021, Shardul took 21 wickets in 16 matches at an average of 25.09 and a strike rate of 8.8.

Overall, Shardul has picked 67 wickets at an average of 27.86 in IPL.

9. Rashid Khan

Rashid Khan was picked by Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2017 for INR four crores. He has picked 93 wickets in 76 matches at an average of 20.55 and an economy of 6.33.

Rashid has picked over 16 wickets in every season of IPL since making his debut. He took 18 wickets in 14 matches in 2021 at an average of 20.83 and an economy of 6.69.

10. Deepak Chahar

Deepak Chahar started his IPL career in 2016 with Rising Pune Supergiants and then moved to Chennai Super Kings in 2018. He has picked a total of 59 wickets in 63 matches at an average of 29.18 and an economy of 7.8.

Chahar’s best performance happened during the 2019 season when he picked 22 wickets in 17 matches and helped the CSK team qualify to the final.

11. Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami joined Punjab Kings in 2019 and enjoyed his best time while playing for the franchise. He was one of the four bowlers who have picked over 50 wickets for the franchise.

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Overall, Shami has picked a total of 79 wickets in 79 matches at an average of 30.4 and an economy of 8.62.

BETADDA

IPL 2022: The auction for the upcoming edition of the IPL is predicted to be the biggest that we have seen in recent times. Apart from ten teams, the auction pool is also likely to have some of the biggest names in world cricket.

BCCI allowed the old eight teams to retain a maximum of four players and a total of 27 players were retained. Only four out of eight teams retained four players including Delhi Capitals, Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians, and Kolkata Knight Riders.

Due to the restrictions of four players, franchises had to release several key players from their squad. The two new teams, Ahmedabad and Lucknow are yet to decide the name of three players whom they are going to retain before going into the auction.

In this list, we have discussed 11 unlucky players who were not retained by the franchises.

IPL 2022 – 11 Unlucky Players Who Were Not Retained by the Franchises
IPL 2022 – 11 Unlucky Players Who Were Not Retained by the Franchises

IPL 2022: Unlucky 11

1. KL Rahul (wicketkeeper)

KL Rahul was the captain of the Punjab Kings franchise until the last season. But, he asked for his release which was granted by the franchise. Rahul made 626 runs in 13 matches at an average of 62.6 and a strike rate of 138.8 last year.

Rahul has made 3273 runs in 94 IPL matches at an average of 47.43 and a strike rate of 136.37. He has hit two centuries and 27 half-centuries.

2. David Warner

David Warner is one of the players who should have been retained by the Sunrisers Hyderabad franchise. But, the franchise decided to make Kane Williamson captain and Warner will find himself in the IPL 2022 auction pool for the first time since joining the SRH side in 2014.

Warner has made 5449 runs in 150 matches at an average of 41.59 and a strike rate of 139.96. He has hit four centuries and 50 half-centuries in IPL. Warner is the only player in IPL’s history to win the orange cap thrice.

3. Faf du Plessis

Faf du Plessis was a part of the Chennai Super Kings since 2012. He played for Rising Pune Supergiant when CSK was banned from the IPL and reunited with the team when it was back in 2018.

du Plessis made 633 runs in 16 matches last year and helped the franchise lift the trophy for the fourth time.

4. Shreyas Iyer (captain)

Shreyas Iyer had a huge impact on Delhi Capitals but the franchise decided to release him as Rishabh Pant was appointed the team’s captain. Under Iyer’s leadership, Delhi qualified to the final of IPL for the first time in the 2020 season.

With the bat, he made 2375 runs in 87 matches at an average of 31.66 and a strike rate of 123.95. He has hit 16 half-centuries in IPL. Iyer won the Emerging Player Award in his debut season in 2015.

5. Jason Holder

Jason Holder has played for Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL. But, his most successful run came when he became part of the Sunrisers Hyderabad franchise in 2020. Holder was called in to replace Mitchell Marsh who sustained an injury in his very first game of the season.

Holder picked 14 wickets in seven matches at an average of 16.64. In 2021, he took 16 wickets in eight matches at an average of 15.43.

6. Hardik Pandya

Hardik Pandya was a part of the Mumbai Indians since 2015 but was released by the franchise this year. He has made 1476 runs in 92 matches at an average of 27.33 and a strike rate of 153.91.

Pandya has the reputation of playing a crucial role in several matches for MI. But, he has not been in the best of his form in the last two years. He didn’t bowl a single over in the last two editions of the league and was released by the franchise before IPL 2022 Auction.

7. Ravichandran Ashwin

Ravichandran Ashwin is known as one of the best off-spinners in the world currently. Ashwin has returned to the Indian white-ball squad recently due to his performance in recent times. He was traded from Punjab Kings to Delhi Capitals in 2020.

Ashwin has picked a total of 145 wickets in 167 matches at an average of 27.8, and an economy of 6.91. He is sixth on the list of bowlers with the most wickets in the tournament.

8. Shardul Thakur

Shardul Thakur was a part of the Chennai Super Kings since 2018 when he was picked for an INR 2.6 crores. In 2021, Shardul took 21 wickets in 16 matches at an average of 25.09 and a strike rate of 8.8.

Overall, Shardul has picked 67 wickets at an average of 27.86 in IPL.

9. Rashid Khan

Rashid Khan was picked by Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2017 for INR four crores. He has picked 93 wickets in 76 matches at an average of 20.55 and an economy of 6.33.

Rashid has picked over 16 wickets in every season of IPL since making his debut. He took 18 wickets in 14 matches in 2021 at an average of 20.83 and an economy of 6.69.

10. Deepak Chahar

Deepak Chahar started his IPL career in 2016 with Rising Pune Supergiants and then moved to Chennai Super Kings in 2018. He has picked a total of 59 wickets in 63 matches at an average of 29.18 and an economy of 7.8.

Chahar’s best performance happened during the 2019 season when he picked 22 wickets in 17 matches and helped the CSK team qualify to the final.

11. Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami joined Punjab Kings in 2019 and enjoyed his best time while playing for the franchise. He was one of the four bowlers who have picked over 50 wickets for the franchise.

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Overall, Shami has picked a total of 79 wickets in 79 matches at an average of 30.4 and an economy of 8.62.

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