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IPL 2022 : Chennai Team in the Auction

by CricK India 5 months ago in culture · updated 3 months ago
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Chennai Super Kings CEO Reveals Why They Didn’t Buy Suresh Raina In IPL 2022 Auction

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Chennai Super Kings purchased 21 players during IPL 2022 sale. Dwayne Bravo, Ambati Rayudu, Robin Uthappa, Deepak Chahar, Mitchell Santner, and Shivam Dube were a portion of the well known players purchased by CSK during the sale. CSK's most noteworthy arrangement was Deepak Chahar for Rs. 14 crores. Chennai Super Kings had an accessible compensation tote of Rs. 48 crores during IPL 2021 closeout. In front of the bartering, the IPL 2021 heroes spent Rs. 42 crores out of their 90 crores to hold 4 players in their crew.

The four-time IPL champions held Ravindra Jadeja for Rs. 16 crores, MS Dhoni for Rs. 12 crores, Moeen Ali for Rs. 8 crores, and Ruturaj Gaikwad for Rs. 6 crores. Chennai Super Kings is an exceptionally effective group in the Indian Premier League. Out of 14 seasons, the group has played 12 as they were prohibited in 2016 and 2017. The group has won the prize multiple times in IPL 2010, IPL 2011, IPL 2018, and IPL 2021. The establishment has likewise arrived at the end of the season games multiple times out of 12 seasons.

CSK additionally wound up as sprinters up in 5 seasons in IPL 2008, 2012, 2013, 2015, and 2019. The group gave a surprising presentation in the last season IPL 2021. They crushed Kolkata Knight Riders in the last to lift the prize for the fourth time. The group didn't meet all requirements for end of the season games in IPL 2020 and made an impressive rebound in the 2021 season. Beneath we investigate Chennai Super Kings full crew after IPL closeout 2022. CSK have adopted the same template that won them the championship last year and have retained or bought back eight of the 11 players who featured in the IPL 2021 final. Their starting XI has a better batting depth than any other side and also gives them a plethora of bowling options to deploy.

CSK have an excellent array of quality spin bowling options and a batting lineup proficient playing spin. In Chahar, Bravo and Milne they have proven performers upfront and the backend, but they will miss Shardul Thakur's ability to strike in the middle overs which was vital to their success in UAE last year. In Gaikwad and Conway, they have two high stability anchors at the top with abilities to accelerate as the innings progresses and CSK will be banking on the pair to create the platform for the rest of the lineup to attack all out, a strategy which reaped them rich dividends in IPL 2021.

Chennai Super Kings CEO Kasi Viswanath has revealed the real reason behind not picking veteran batsman Suresh Raina at the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 mega auction in Bengaluru. Previous Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batsman Suresh Raina stayed unsold on the two days of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 mega. He had set INR 2 crore as his base cost and no group showed interest in carrying the Indian Premier League veteran to their crew.

In a video shared by Chennai Super Kings on their YouTube channel on Monday, CSK CEO Kasi Viswanath said that Raina has been consistently performing for CSK over the years and not having him was “very difficult”. He added that they didn’t acquire Raina at the Indian Premier League 2022 mega auction keeping in mind the team’s composition. He said:

“Raina has been one of the most consistent performers for CSK for the last 12 years. Of course, it was very difficult for us, no to have Raina but at the same time you should also understand that the team composition depends on the form and kind of team which any team would like to have so that’s one of the reasons why we thought he may not fit into this team.”

“We will miss him, we will miss Faf who has been with us for the last decade that’s the process and dynamics of the auction.”


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