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IPL Auction 2022: Highest Paid Players – From 2009 to 2021

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Before the Indian Premier League 2022 season, auction will be held, players will be bet and every franchise will bid Crores of rupees for their favorite player. Who will be the most expensive player of IPL Auction 2022, it will be known only on February 13, but let us tell you which player sold the most expensive every year from the first season. This list (IPL Auction Highest Bid List) includes veteran players like MS Dhoni, Glenn Maxwell.

The final list of players participating in the auction (IPL 2022 Auction All Players List) has arrived. A total of 590 players will be present in the auction. Out of this, 228 will be capped and 355 will be uncapped players. 370 Indian players and 220 foreign players are included in the list. Mahendra Singh Dhoni became the most expensive player of the year 2008. About a year ago, under his captaincy, Team India won the T20 World Cup. Dhoni is still with the team, and under his captaincy, Chennai Super Kings has won the title 4 times. Dhoni was bought by Chennai Super Kings for Rs 9.5 crores.

IPL 2009

Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Flintoff were jointly sold the most expensive season in 2009

  • Andrew Flintoff (CSK) – 9.8 crores
  • Kevin Pietersen (RCB) – 9.8 crores

IPL 2010

  • Kieron Pollard – (MI) – 4.8 crores
  • Shane Bond – (KKR) – 4.8 Crore

IPL 2011

  • Gautam Gambhir (KKR) – 14.9 crores

IPL 2012

IPL 2013

  • Glenn Maxwell – 6.3 crores

IPL 2014

  • Yuvraj Singh (RCB) – 14 crores

IPL 2015

  • Yuvraj Singh (DD) – 16 crores

IPL 2016

  • Shane Watson (RCB) – 9.5 crores

IPL 2017

IPL 2018

  • Ben Stokes (RR) – 12.5 crores

IPL 2019

  • Varun Chakravarthy (KXIP) – 8.4 crores
  • Jaydev Unadkat (RR) – 8.4 Crore

IPL 2020

IPL 2021

  • Chris Morris (RR) – 16.25 crores

The list of Indian players who have the highest base price this year:

  1. R Ashwin – Rs. 2 crore
  2. Shikhar Dhawan – Rs. 2 crore
  3. Mohammed Shami – Rs 2 crore
  4. Shreyas Iyer – Rs. 2 crore
  5. Devdutt Padikkal – Rs. 2 crore
  6. Rohit Uthappa – Rs. 2 crore
  7. Suresh Raina – Rs. 2 crore
  8. Krunal Pandya – Rs. 2 crore
  9. Dinesh Karthik – Rs. 2 crore
  10. Deepak Chahar – Rs. 2 crore
  11. Ishan Kishan – Rs. 2 crore
  12. Ambati Rayudu – Rs. 2 crore
  13. Umesh Yadav – Rs. 2 crore
  14. Bhuvneshwar Kumar – Rs. 2 crore
  15. Shardul Thakur – Rs. 2 crore
  16. Yuzvendra Chahal – Rs. 2 crore

The chief in command of the BCCI, Sourav Ganguly, has confirmed the news about the India Premier League year 2022 mega auction is going to be held on February 13. The India Premier League (IPL) 2022 is all set to be held in India.

In general this year IPL is going to observe 74 games out of which two teams (new) are participating, one is Lucknow Super Giants and the other is Ahmedabad CVC Capital. This time it is going to be very interesting as it has 10 teams representing 10 states and loving audience from each state. Specifically three stadiums are available in Mumbai and one from Pune. Wankhede stadium, CCI, Brabourne, and DY Patil stadium. In Maharashtra, these four stadiums will be the only venue where the IPL will conducted.

On the other hand, Narendra Modi Stadium which is in Ahmedabad with at least 25 per cent crowd is planning to welcome the mega league with open arms.


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