IPL 2014 Auction: List of players sold

Yuvraj Singh kicked out to be the priciest participant in the opening session of IPL 7 Players' Auction.

A total of 154 players were sold (50 overseas)

Royal Challengers Bangalore

Yuvraj Singh (Rs 14 crore)
Mitchell Starc (Rs 5 crore)
Albie Morkel (Rs 2.4 crore)
Ashok Dinda (Rs 1.5 crore)

Parthiv Patel (Rs 1.4 crore)
Muttiah Muralitharan (Rs 1 crore)
Ravi Rampaul (Rs 90 lakh)
Nic Maddinson (Rs 50 lakh)
Varun Aaron (Rs 2 crore)

Chennai Super Kings

Faf Du Plessis (Rs 4.75 crore)
Dwayne Smith (Rs 4.50 crore)
Brendon McCullum (Rs 3.25 crore)
Ashish Nehra (Rs 2 crore)
Mohit Sharma (Rs 2 crore)
Samuel Badree (Rs 30 lakh)
Ben Hilfenhaus (Rs 1 crore)
Matt Henry (Rs 30 lakh)

Delhi Daredevils

Dinesh Karthik (Rs 12.5 crore)
Kevin Pietersen (Rs 9 crore)
Murali Vijay (Rs 5 crore)
Mohammad Shami (Rs 4.25 crore)
Quinton De Kock (Rs 3.5 crore)
Manoj Tiwary (Rs 2.8 crore)
Jean-Paul Duminy (Rs 2.2 crore)
Rahul Sharma (Rs 1.9 crore)
Saurabh Tiwary (Rs 70 lakh)
Laxmi Ratan Shukla (Rs 1.5 crore)
Nathan Coulter-Nile (Rs 4.25 crore)
Jaydev Unadkat (Rs 2.8 crore)
James Neesham (1 crore).

Kings XI Punjab


Mitchell Johnson (Rs 6.5 crore)
George Bailey (Rs 3.25 crore)
Virender Sehwag (Rs 3.2 crore)
Wriddhiman Saha (Rs 2.2 crore)
Shaun Marsh (Rs 2.2 crore)
Cheteshwar Pujara (Rs 1.9 crore)
Thisara Perera (Rs 1.6 crore)
Glenn Maxwell (Rs 6 crore)
L Balaji (Rs 1.8 crore)
Parvinder Awana (Rs 65 lakh)

Mumbai Indians

Michael Hussey (Rs 5 crore)
Pragyan Ojha (Rs 3.25 crore)
Zaheer Khan (Rs 2.6 crore)
Corey Anderson (Rs 4.5 crore)
Josh Hazwelwood (Rs 50 lakh).

Rajasthan Royals

Steven Smith (Rs 4 crore)
Brad Hodge (Rs 2.4 crore)
Abhishek Nayar (Rs 1 crore)
Ben Cutting (Rs 80 lakh)
Kane Richardson (Rs 1 crore)
Tim Southee (Rs 1.2 crore)

Sunrisers Hyderabad

David Warner (Rs 5.5 crore)
Amit Mishra (Rs 4.75 crore)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Rs 4.25 crore)
Aaron Finch (Rs 4 crore)
Darren Sammy (Rs 3.5 crore)
Ishant Sharma (Rs 2.6 crore)
Irfan Pathan (Rs 2.4 crore)
Brendan Taylor (Rs 30 lakh)
Moises Henriques (Rs 1 crore)
Venugopal Rao (Rs 55 lakh)
Jason Holder (Rs 75 lakh)
Kolkata Knight Riders
Jacques Kallis (Rs 5.5 crore)
Robin Uthappa (Rs 5 crore)
Piyush Chawla (Rs 4.25 crore)
Yusuf Pathan (Rs 3.25 crore)
Shakib Al Hasan (2.8 crore)
Morne Morkel (Rs 2.8 crore)
R Vinay Kumar (Rs 2.8 crore)
Umesh Yadav (Rs 2.6 crore).

IPL 2014 Auction: List of unsold players



Praveen Kumar and S Badrinath was the pavilion players who went unsold in the IPL 7 Auction here on Wednesday.

Mahela Jayawardene (base price Rs 2 crore)

Ross Taylor (Rs 2 crore)

Naman Ojha (Rs 50 lakhs)

Matthew Wade (Rs 1 crore)

Craig Kieswetter (Rs 1.5 crore)

Kusal Janith Perera (Rs 50 lakhs)

IPL 7 Auction: List of players sold for above Rs 5 crores

David Hussey (Rs 1 crore)

Angelo Mathews (Rs 2 crore)

Tillakaratne Dilshan (Rs 2 crore)

Azhar Mahmood (Rs 1 crore)

Praveen Kumar (Rs 2 crores)

Ajantha Mendis (Rs 50 lakhs)

Murali Kartik (Rs 1 crore)

Nathan McCullum (Rs 1 crore)

Robin Peterson (Rs 1 crore)

Cameron White (Rs 1.5 crore)

Darren Bravo Alex Hales (Rs 2 crore)

Marlon Samuels, S Badrinath, Ian Bell, Tamim Iqbal, Lendl Simmons, Tim Paine, Kaushal Silva, Andre Fletcher, Dane Vilas, Dinesh Ramdin, Prasanna Jayawardene, Johnson Charle,s Luke Ronchi, Andre Russell, Dan Christian, Ravi Bopara, Luke Wright, RP Singh and Brett Lee...etc

Indian Players Salary: Revised salary graded for 2011-12, Nehra kicked out by selectors




The Indian cricket board rewarded Yuvraj Singh, Ishant Sharma and Virat Kohli for their consistent performance with promotion to Grade A contracts and added as many as 14 players in Grade C list for the 2011-12 season.Spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja, who played a crucial role in India's 5-0 whitewash of England, have been promoted to Grade B along with batsman Rohit Sharma.

Harbhajan Singh and Suresh Raina, who were dropped from the upcoming Test series against the West Indies for their poor showing on the England tour, have been retained in Grade A along with Sachin Tendulkar, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Gautam Gambhir, Virender Sehwag, Rahul Dravid, V.V.S. Laxman. They all will continue to get the Rs.1 crore retainership.

Impressive perfomers in the series against England, batsman Ajinkya Rahane and speedster Varun Aaron have been given Grade C contracts.

Munaf Patel, Shikhar Dhawan, Wriddhiman Saha, Parthiv Patel, S. Badrinath, Manoj Tiwary, Piyush Chawla, Dinesh Karthik, Jaydev Unadkat, Umesh Yadav, Rahul Sharma and Abhinav Mukund were also given Grade C contracts.

Mukund's name was missing from the original list issued after the board meeting, but later in the evening the BCCI in a statement said: 'Abhinav Mukund's name was missing from the list of the players contracted by the BCCI for the 2011-12 season, sent earlier today (Saturday). Mukund is in Grade C.'

Opening batsman Murali Vijay has dropped to Grade C from B and left-arm pacer Ashish Nehra, who has not played since his injury in the World Cup semifinal against Pakistan, is the only player from the previous list to miss out on a contract.

The number of cricketers, who made the grades approved by the Board of Control for Cricket in India at its working committee meeting Saturday, has inncreased from 24 to 36 (Grade A-12, Grade B-5, Grade-C 19).

Players graded for 2011-12 season:

Grade A (Rs.1 crore): Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Gautam Gambhir, Virender Sehwag, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, V.V.S. Laxman, Suresh Raina, Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan, Yuvraj Singh, Ishant Sharma, Virat Kohli.

Grade B (Rs.50 lakh): Praveen Kumar, Pragyan Ojha, Ravichandran Ashwin, Rohit Sharma, Ravindra Jadeja.

Grade C (Rs.25 lakh): Shantakumaran Sreesanth, Amit Mishra, Cheteshwar Pujara, Abhimanyu Mithun, Vinay Kumar, Ajinkya Rahane, Munaf Patel, Murali Vijay, Shikhar Dhawan, Wriddhiman Saha, Parthiv Patel, S Badrinath, Manoj Tiwary, Piyush Chawla, Dinesh Karthik, Jaydev Unadkat, Umesh Yadav, Rahul Sharma, Varun Aaron, Abhinav Mukund.






Check out the old Indian Cricket Players salary



Don't force players to play, I played the World Cup with injuries - shewag


Virender Sehwag, the India opener, has said the only way to prevent fast bowlers from picking up injuries is by giving them regular breaks. India are currently without their leading fast bowler, Zaheer Khan, who is still recovering from ankle surgery. They have included 24-year-old Umesh Yadav and 22-year-old Varun Aaron in the Test squad to play West Indies, after the pair impressed with their pace in the recent one-day series against England.

"It's important that the team management ensures they don't play too many matches," Sehwag told television channel Aaj Tak. "Fast bowlers are prone to injuries and when they get injured their pace goes. Besides, when you are injured, your comeback becomes very difficult."

Sehwag was picked in the squad for the first Test squad against West Indies after recovering from a shoulder injury for which he had surgery towards the end of the IPL. He was rushed back to play the last two Tests of India's disastrous series in England earlier this year, but admitted his return was a mistake. "I knew I was needed. I tried my best but I realised I hurried my comeback in England. It was a difficult time in England for the whole team... so many injuries."

India's selectors have rested players for various series and have had distinct teams for Test and limited-overs games in the recent past. Sehwag said a player could therefore ask to be rested if they needed a break. "A cricketer's passion is to play for the country. If somebody says he's tired, he can talk to the team management. [MS] Dhoni was not given rest on his request, because there were too many injuries in the team."

He also rejected the notion that players now prefer the IPL to Test cricket and said the whole club versus country debate was a silly one. "Tell me one cricketer who has said that? It's a perception that the media and ex-cricketers have. Every youngster dreams of playing Tests. There is not a single Indian or for that matter international cricketer who has taken retirement from Tests and ODIs to play IPL.

"I played the World Cup with injuries, Sachin played when he had a fractured toe or other injuries. People are not aware of this."

Sehwag also felt the future of Indian cricket looks bright given the number of young players who are breaking into the side such as Virat Kohli, Suresh Raina, Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma. "When the seniors retire, I have full faith in these talented youngsters taking their place. There may be a problem for a year or two, but Indian cricket is in safe hands."

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