May 22, 2022
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IPL Auction 2022 Day 1- Complete list of players sold and unsold

IPL Auction 2022 Day 1- Complete list of players sold and unsold

Saturday will mark the start of a grand IPL auction where a total of 600 players — 380 Indians and 220 overseas will go under the hammer on 12th and 13th February in Bengaluru. This time two new teams- Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Titans will also be in the auction as it makes a 10 team affairs in Bengaluru this time around.

All the franchise’s have to build their team from the scratch as they could not retain more than four players and most teams have only opted to go with 2-3 players only. Right To Match card(RTM) rule will not come to picture this time. Right To Match Card was used by any franchise team in the past IPL auction’s when a player who was part of their team, was successfully bought by other team and they can use the RTM card to get his services again.

Many top and marquee Indian and International player will go under the hammer and unusual or lesser known players going for a big bid will be close to impossible now. The franchise team’s will save their money for the best to go under the hammer.

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Shikhar Dhawan sold to Punjab Kings for 8.25 Crore rupees

Ravichandran Ashwin sold to Rajasthan Royals for 5 crore rupees
Pat Cummins(Australia) sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for 7.25 crore rupees
Kagiso Rabada(South Africa) sold to Punjab Kings for 9.25 crore rupees
Trent Boult(New Zealand) sold to Rajasthan Royals for 8 crore rupees
Shreyas Iyer(India) sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for 12.25 crore rupees
Faf Du Plessis(South Africa) sold to Faf du Plessis for 7 crore rupees
Mohammed Shami(India) sold to Gujarat Titans for 6.25 crore rupees
Quinton de Kock(South Africa) sold to Lucknow Super Giants for 6.75 crore rupees
David Warner(Australia) sold to Delhi Capitals for 6.25 crore rupees

Lot 2 of batsman

Manish Pandey(India) sold to Lucknow Super Giants for 4.60 crore rupees
Shimron Hetmyer(West Indies) sold to Rajasthan Royals for 8.50 crore rupees

Robin Uthappa(India) sold to Chennai Super Kings for 2 crore rupees
Jason Roy sold to Gujarat Titans for 2 crore rupees
David Miller(South Africa) remains unsold
Devdutt Padikall(India) sold to Rajasthan Royals for 7.75 crore rupees
Mr. IPL Suresh Raina(India) unsold
Steve Smith(Australia) unsold

Lot 3 of all-rounders

Dwayne Bravo(West Indies) sold to Chennai Super Kings for 4.40 crore rupees
Nitish Rana(India) sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for 8 crore rupees
Shakib Al Hasan(Bangladesh) remains unsold
Jason Holder(India) sold to Lucknow Super Giants for 8.75 crore rupees
Harshal Patel(India) sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for 10.75 crore rupees
Deepak Hooda(India) sold to Lucknow Super Giants for 5.75 crore rupees
Wanindu Hasaranga(Sri Lanka) going under the hammer as auctioneer Hugh Edmeades collapses from the stage, medical emergency at IPL auction !

Wanindu Hasaranga(Sri Lanka) sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for 10.75 crore rupees
Washington Sundar(India) sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 8.75 crore rupees
Krunal Pandya(India) sold to Lucknow Super Giants for 8.25 crore rupees
Micthell Marsh(Australia) sold to Delhi Capitals for 6.50 crore rupees
Mohammad Nabi(Afghanistan) remains unsold

Lot 4 of Wicket-keepers

Matthew Wade(Australia) remains unsold
Ambati Rayudu(India) sold to Chennai Super Kings for 6.75 crore rupees
Ishan Kishan(India) becomes the highest buy of IPL Auction 2022 for 15.25 crore rupees as he goes to Mumbai Indians back again.


Jonny Bairstow(England) sold to Punjab Kings for 6.75 crore rupees
Wriddhiman Saha(India) remains unsold
Dinesh Karthik(India) sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for 5.50 crore rupees
Sam Billings(England) remains unsold
Nicholas Pooran(West Indies) sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 10.75 crore rupees

Lot 5 of bowlers

T Natarajan(India) sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 4 crore rupees
Umesh Yadav(India) remains unsold
Deepak Chahar(India) sold to Chennai Super Kings for 14 crore rupees
Prasidh Krishna(India) sold to Rajasthan Royals for 10 crore rupees
Lockie Ferguson(New Zealand) sold to Gujarat Titans for 10 crore rupees
Josh Hazlewood(Australia) sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for 7.75 crore rupees
Mark Wood(England) sold to Lucknow Super Giants for 7.5 crore rupees
Bhuvneshwar Kumar(India) sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 4.2 crore rupees
Mustafizur Rahman(Bangladesh) sold to Delhi Capitals for 2 crore rupees

Lot 6 of spinners

Adil Rashid(England) remains unsold
Mujeeb Zadran(Afghanistan) remains unsold
Imran Tahir(South Africa) remains unsold
Shardul Thakur(India) sold to Delhi Capitals for 10.75 crore rupees
Kuldeep Yadav(India) sold to Delhi Capitals for 2 crore rupees
Adam Zampa(Australia) remains unsold
Rahul Chahar(India) sold to Punjab Kings for 5.25 crore rupees
Yuzvendra Chahal(India) sold to Rajasthan Royals for 6.50 crore rupees
Amit Mishra(India) remains unsold

Lot 7 of uncapped batsman

Priyam Gard(India) sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 20 Lakh
Abhinav Sadarangani(India) sold to Gujarat Titans for 2.6 crore rupees
Dewald Bravis(South Africa) sold to Mumbai Indians for 3 crore rupees
Ashwin Hebbar(India) sold to Delhi Capitals for 20 Lakh
Anmolpreet Singh(India) remains unsold
C Hari Nishaanth(India) remains unsold
Rahul Tripathi(India) sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 8.50 crore rupees

Lot 8 of uncapped all-rounders

Riyan Parag(India) sold to Rajasthan Royals for 3.8 crore rupees
Abhishek Sharma(India) sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 6.5 crore rupees
Sarfaraz Khan(India) sold to Delhi Capitals for 20 Lakh
Shahrukh Khan(India) sold to Punjab Kings for 9 crore rupees
Shivam Mavi(India) sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for 7.25 crore rupees
Kamlesh Nagarkoti(India) sold Delhi Capitals for 1.10 crore rupees
Rahul Tewatia(India) sold to Gujarat Titans for 9 crore rupees
Harpreet Brar(India) sold to Punjab Kings for 3.8 crore rupees
Shahbaz Ahamad(India) sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for 2.4 crore rupees

Lot 9 of uncapped wicket-keepers

KS Bharat(India) sold to Delhi Capitals for 2 crore rupees
Mohammed Azharudeen(India) remains unsold
Vishnu Vinod(India) remains unsold
Vishnu Solanki(India) remains unsold
Anuj Rawat(India) sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for 3.4 crore rupees
Prabhsimran Singh(India) sold to Punjab Kings for 60 Lakh
NJagadeesan(India) remains unsold
Sheldon Jackson(India) sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for 60 Lakh
Jitesh Sharma(India) sold to Punjab Kings for 20 Lakh

Lot 10 of uncapped bowlers

Basil Thampi(India) sold to Mumbai Indians for 30 Lakh
Kartik Tyagi(India) sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 4 crore rupees
Akash Deep(India) sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for 20 Lakh
KM Asif(India) sold to Chennai Super Kings for 20 Lakh
Ishan Porel(India) sold to Punjab Kings for 25 Lakh
Tushar Deshpande(India) sold to Chennai Super Kings for 20 Lakh
Avesh Khan(India) sold to Lucknow Super Giants for 20 Lakh and becomes the costliest uncapped player in the history
of IPL auction
Ankit Rajpoot(India) sold to Lucknow Super Giants for 50 Lakh

Lot 11 of uncapped spinners

Noor Ahmad(India) sold to Gujarat Titans for 30 Lakh
Murugan Ashwin(India) sold to Mumbai Indians for 1.6 crore rupees
M Siddharth(India) remains unsold
KC Kariappa(India) sold to Rajasthan Royals for 30 Lakh
Shreyas Gopal(India) sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 75 Lakh
Jagadeesha Suchith(India) sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 20 Lakh
R. Sai Kishore(India) sold to Gujarat Titans for 3 crore rupees
Sandeep Lamichhane(Nepal) remains unsold

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