IPL 2022 retention
IPL 2022 retentions are as follows: -

The retentions of the IPL teams for IPL 2022 have been announced. The teams have retained the best of players from the available options for IPL 2022. The IPL 2022 retentions have also had a few surprise results. After the retentions, only a few quality players will make it to the IPL 2022 Mega Auction. The IPL Mega Auction 2022 Date is yet to be announced. Many experienced players have chosen to go to the auction table. Teams like Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, and Kolkata Knight Riders have had to take a few tough calls because they had to drop several players from their top choices. Other teams such as the Punjab Kings, Rajasthan Royals, and Sunrisers Hyderabad have chosen to go with a clean slate. However, the top players in the league have been secured at sky-high prices.

Mumbai Indians Retained Players: –

Mumbai Indians have retained Rohit Sharma for 16 crores. Jasprit Bumrah is the second retention for Mumbai Indians with 12 crores. Suryakumar Yadav is the surprise pick. He was retained third by the Mumbai Indians for 8 crores. Kieron Pollard has been retained by Mumbai Indians for 6 Crores. The Mumbai Indians are left with 42 Crores in their purse.

Chennai Super Kings Retained Players: –

Chennai Super Kings have retained Ravindra Jadeja for 16 Crores. MS Dhoni is the second retention for the Chennai Super Kings at 12 Crores. Their 3rd retention is English all-rounder Moeen Ali at 8 Crores. Chennai Super Kings have ended retention with Ruturaj Gaikwad at 6 Crores. The Chennai Super Kings is left with left 48 Crores.

Punjab Kings Retained Players: –

Punjab Kings is one team that has retained an uncapped player. Their first retention is Mayank Agarwal at 12 Crore. Punjab Kings are also seeing him as a captaincy prospect. Arshdeep Singh, the local boy from Punjab is the second retention. He has been picked for 4 Crores. Arshdeep impressed the franchise with a great performance in the last season. They have the most purse left. It is a total of 72 Crores.

Royal Challengers Bangalore Retained Players: –

Royal Challengers Bangalore have retained 3 players. The first retention for them is Virat Kohli at 15 Crores. The next on the list is the “Big Show”, Glenn Maxwell. The third retention is of Mohammad Siraj. Maxwell is given 11 Crores while Siraj is given 7 Crores. They are left with 57 Crores to shop with.

Rajasthan Royals Retained Players: –

Rajasthan Royals have retained 3 players. None of Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer is retained. The first retention for the franchise is Sanju Samson for 14 Crores. The second one is Jo Butler. Jos has been given 10 Crore. Yashasvi Jaiswal is the uncapped player that Rajasthan has retained. He has been given 4 Crores. They are left with 62 Crores to shop with.

Sunrisers Hyderabad Retained Players: –

Sunrisers Hyderabad had the most shocking retentions. The team from Hyderabad has retained Kane Williamson at 14 Crores. The next two retentions are of two uncapped Indians. Abdul Samad, the pinch-hitter and pace sensation Umran Malik. Both have been given 4 Crores each. They have a total of 68 Crores left. Rashid Khan, the world’s best leg spinner has decided to part ways with this franchise. They have 68 Crores left.

Kolkata Knight Riders Retained Players: –

Kolkata Knight Riders have retained Andre Russell in the first position. He has been given 12 Crores. Kolkata Knight Riders have retained Varun Chakravarthy in the second place giving him 8 Crores. Venkatesh Iyer is their third retention with 8 Crores. And KKR’s final retention is Sunil Narine at 6 Crore Rupees. 48 Crore rupees is what is left with the franchise.

Delhi Capitals Retained Players: –

Rishabh Pant was the first and obvious retention for the Delhi Capitals. Rishabh Pant has been given a contract of 16 Crores. The second retention is left-arm, spin-bowling, all-rounder Axar Patel. Axar Patel has been given 9 Crores. Their 3rd retention is at 7.5 Crores in the form of Prithvi Shaw. And their last pick is Anrich Nortje at 6.5 Crores. The Capitals are now left with 47.5 Crores.