IPL Auction 2022: All Sold, Unsold On Day 1

BENGALURU- India wicket-keeper batter Ishan Kishan became the most expensive player in the IPL 2022 auction after Mumbai Indians secured his service for Rs 15.25 crore. Earlier, it was Shreyas Iyer, who also predictably, became one of the highest-paid player among the marquee set with Kolkata Knight Riders making a whopping bid of Rs 12.25 crore after an intense price war at the auctions.

 IIPL 2022 Auction Players Sold List With Price (₹):

Shikhar Dhawan- Punjab Kings – Rs 8.25 Crore

Ravichandran Ashwin – Rajasthan Royals – Rs 5 Crore

Pat Cummins – Kolkata Knight Riders – Rs 7.25 Crore

Kagiso Rabada – Punjab Kings – Rs 9.25 Crore

Trent Boult – Rajasthan Royals – Rs 8 Crore

Shreyas Iyer – Kolkata Knight Riders – Rs 12.25 Crore

Mohammed Shami – Gujarat Titans – Rs. 6.25 Crore

Faf du Plessis – Royal Challengers Bangalore – Rs 7 Crore

Quinton de Kock – Lucknow Super Giants – Rs 6.75 Crore

David Warner – Delhi Capitals – Rs 6.25 Crore

Manish Pandey – Lucknow Super Giants – Rs 4.60 Crore

Shimron Hetmyer – Rajasthan Royals – Rs 8.50 Crore

Robin Uthappa – Chennai Super Kings – Rs 2 Crore

Jason Roy – Gujarat Titans – Rs 2 Crore

Devdutt Padikkal – Rajasthan Royals – Rs 7.75 Crore

Dwayne Bravo – Chennai Super Kings – Rs 4.40 Crore

Nitish Rana – Kolkata Knight Riders – Rs 8 Crore

Jason Holder – Lucknow Super Giants – Rs 8.75 Crore

Harshal Patel – Royal Challengers Bangalore – Rs 10.75 Crore

Deepak Hooda – Lucknow Super Giants – Rs 5.75 Crore

Wanindu Hasaranga – Royal Challengers Bangalore – Rs 10.75 Crore

Washington Sundar – Sunrisers Hyderabad – Rs 8.75 Crore

Krunal Pandya – Lucknow Super Giants – Rs 8.25 Crore

Mitchell Marsh – Delhi Capitals – Rs 6.50 Crore

Ambati Rayudu – Chennai Super Kings – Rs 6.75 Crore

Ishan Kishan – Mumbai Indians – Rs 15.25 Crore

Jonny Bairstow – Punjab Kings – Rs 6.75 Crore

Dinesh Karthik – Royal Challengers Bangalore – Rs 5.50 Crore

Nicholas Pooran – Sunrisers Hyderabad – Rs 10.75 Crore

T Natarajan – Sunrisers Hyderabad – Rs 4 Crore

Deepak Chahar – Chennai Super Kings – Rs 14 Crore

Prasidh Krishna – Rajasthan Royals – Rs 10 Crore

Lockie Ferguson – Gujarat Titans – Rs 10 Crore

Josh Hazlewood – Royal Challengers Bangalore – Rs 7.75 Crore

Mark Wood -Lucknow Super Giants – Rs 7.50 Crore

Bhuvneshwar Kumar – Sunrisers Hyderabad – Rs 4.20 Crore

Shardul Thakur – Delhi Capitals – Rs 10.75 Crore

Mustafizur Rahman – Delhi Capitals – Rs 2 Crore

Kuldeep Yadav – Delhi Capitals – Rs 2 Crore

Yuzvendra Chahal- Rajasthan Royals- 6.50 crore

Priyam Garg – Sunrisers Hyderabad – Rs 20 Lakh

Abhinav Sadarangani – Gujarat Titans – Rs 2.60 Crore

Dewald Brevis – Mumbai Indians – Rs 3 Crore

Ashwin Hebbar – Delhi Capitals – Rs 20 Lakh

Rahul Tripathi – Sunrisers Hyderabad – Rs 8.50 crore

Riyan Parag – Rajasthan Royals – Rs 3.80 Crore

Abhishek Sharma – Sunrisers Hyderabad – Rs 6.50 Crore

Sarfaraz Khan – Delhi Capitals – Rs 20 Lakh

Shahrukh Khan – Punjab Kings – Rs 9 Crore

Shivam Mavi – Kolkata Knight Riders – Rs 7.25 Crore

Rahul Tewatia – Gujarat Titans – Rs 9 Crore

Kamlesh Nagarkoti – Delhi Capitals – Rs 1.1 Crore

Harpreet Brar – Punjab Kings – Rs 3.8 Crore

Shahbaz Ahmed – Royal Challengers Bangalore – Rs 2.4 Crore

KS Bharat – Delhi Capitals – Rs 2 Crore

Anuj Rawat – Royal Challengers Bangalore – Rs 3.4 Crore

Prabhsimran Singh – Punjab Kings – Rs 60 Lakhs

Sheldon Jackson – Kolkata Knight Riders – Rs 60 Lakhs

Jitesh Sharma – Punjab Sharma – Rs 20 Lakh

Basil Thampi – Mumbai Indians – Rs 30 Lakh

Kartik Tyagi – Sunrisers Hyderabad – Rs 4 Crore

Akashdeep – Royal Challengers Bangalore – Rs 20 Lakh

KM Asif – Chennai Super Kings – Rs 20 Lakh

Avesh Khan – Lucknow Super Giants – Rs 10 Crore

Ishan Porel – Punjab Kings – Rs 25 Lakh

Tushar Deshpande – Chennai Super Kings – Rs 20 Lakh

Ankit Rajpoot – Lucknow Super Giants – Rs 50 Lakh

Noor Ahmad – Gujarat Titans – Rs 30 Lakh

Murugan Ashwin – Mumbai Indians – Rs 1.60 Crore

KC Cariappa – Rajasthan Royals – Rs 30 Lakh

Shreyas Gopal – Sunrisers Hyderabad – Rs 75 Lakh

Jagadeesha Suchith – Sunrisers Hyderabad – Rs 20 Lakh

IPL 2022 Auction Players Unsold List:

David Miller

Suresh Raina

Steve Smith

Shakib Al Hasan

Mohammad Nabi

Matthew Wade

Wriddhiman Saha

Sam Billings

Umesh Yadav

Adil Rashid

Mujeeb Zadran

Imran Tahir

Adam Zampa

Amit Mishra

Rajat Patidar

C Hari Nishanth

Anmolpreet Singh

Mohammed Azharuddeen

Vishnu Vinod

Vishnu Solanki

N Jagadeesan

M Siddharth

IPL Auctioneer Hugh Edmeades Collapses Mid-Auction

Veteran auctioneer Hugh Edmeades collapsed while conducting the first session of the Indian Premier League auction here on Saturday but was found to be "doing fine" after a medical check-up.

Veteran sports presenter Charu Sharma was handed the auction duties for the remainder of the event as Edmeades received medical care following the fall that was blamed on low blood pressure.

The 60-year-old's collapse midway into proceedings led to an early lunch amid commotion inside the auction room.

"He has been attended to by a doctor. He is doing fine, his blood pressure dropped suddenly and that was the reason for his sudden collapse. We will know more once he has a thorough check-up," a BCCI source told PTI.

"He is stable and we will give further updates later," a BCCI spokesperson later said.

Edmeades, who has conducted over 2700 auctions across the globe, primarily of cars including an Aston Martin used in a James Bond film, had Sri Lankan leg-spinner Wanindu Hasaranga's name under the hammer when he fell from his auction pedestal.

"Charu has arrived as back up plan and will conduct the rest of the auction," a BCCI source said.

Sharma was the CEO of the Royal Challengers Bangalore during the IPL's first season.

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