The IPL retention for IPL 2022 proved to be bounteous for the young talents of the sport. While a few of the youngsters were retained, many of them got released. The ones who are released will be definitely hoping to make it big at the IPL mega auctions for 2022. Focused young cricketers for IPL mega auction are Chetan Sakariya, Kartik Tyagi, Devdutt Padikkal, Ishan Kishan, Shubman Gill. Hopefully, their pay cheques will be increased for sure. In the IPL retention for 2022, everyone was shocked by the retention amount of Venkatesh Iyer, Umran Malik, Abdul Samad, Arshdeep Singh left everyone stunned with their IPL retention amounts.
RCB’s top order batter shocked everyone with his performance. He scored 400+ in two consecutive years after his debut. (473 and 411). He has a century and 11 fifties in his bag. Padikkal was bought with 20 lakhs but with his brilliant performance, the price will definitely go up. His respective team, RCB will surely bid for him.
Among the youngsters, Ishan Kishan is one of the biggest names in IPL. He scored over 500 runs for Mumbai in 2020 and 241 runs in 2021 (10 innings). His absence from the team definitely raised a lot of questions. Mumbai Indians (MI) bought him at 6.2 crores but his price is surely going to shoot up.
Shubman Gill was one of the key players for KKR. He has been consistent with his performance since the last three years where he scored 296, 440 and 478 respectively. He could be a good option for the vice-captain position too. Undoubtedly, many franchises will be eyeing this player.
Pacer Kartik Tyagi took 9 wickets in 10 matches for Rajasthan Royals (RR). He even defended four runs in the final over for one of the matches. He was bought for 1.3 crores by the Rajasthan team but his price can go up in the mega auction.
Chetan’s amazing performance was noticed in his debut against Sri Lanka. He’s the pacer from Rajasthan who took 14 wickets in 14 matches with an economy rate of 8.19. he was bought by the franchise for 1.2 crores but with his exceptional performance, his price may go up.