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The Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises have introduced their retention and launched lists of gamers for the sixteenth version of the match on Tuesday. The announcement gave many shockers as a number of large gamers weren’t retained by the franchises. IPL giants Chennai Tremendous Kings parted their methods with West Indian all-rounder Dwayne Bravo, after being related to him for 11 years. Alternatively, Sunrisers Hyderabad additionally ended their affiliation with New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson. The discharge of such large names by the franchises has elevated their purse power, forward of the mini-auction of IPL 2023.
Here’s a checklist of the most costly gamers launched by the franchises:
Kane Williamson:Williamson was one of many largest belongings for Sunrisers Hyderabad. After having a mediocre run within the earlier version of the match with solely 216 runs in 13 matches, the franchise has lastly parted methods with its skipper. Williamson’s launch has added Rs 14 crore to SRH’s purse, forward of the mini-auction.
Mayank Agarwal:Agarwal’s departure from the Punjab Kings camp, got here as a giant shock to each fan. The batter, who led the Punjab-based franchise within the earlier season, had delivered a poor efficiency with the bat. Earlier than the announcement of the retention checklist on Tuesday, Shikhar Dhawan has changed Agarwal because the skipper. PBKS have added Rs 14 crore to their purse after releasing the Bengaluru batter.
Nicholas Pooran: The West Indies skipper additionally failed to depart a robust mark in IPL 2022. Purchased by the Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 10.75 crore, Pooran might solely handle to attain 316 runs in 14 matches.
Jason Holder: One other large identify that got here as a giant shock was of West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder. He was purchased by the IPL debutants Lucknow Tremendous Giants for Rs 8.75 crore. Holder had scalped 14 wickets in 12 matches and scored 58 runs.
Romario Shepherd: SRH additional strengthened their purse by releasing West Indies star Romario Shepherd. Purchased for Rs 7.75 crore, the pacer performed solely three matches in IPL 2022 and scalped three wickets.
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