IPL 2022: Ambati Rayudu is ready to don the wicket-keeping gloves in the upcoming season


On 31st January, Monday, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has announced the final list of the players ahead of the mega auction of the 15th edition of the Indian Premier League.

After sorting out the list, a total of 590 players have been shortlisted including both Indian and overseas players in it. Moreover, the mega auction for the upcoming season has been scheduled to be held on 12th and 13th February in Bengaluru. If we have a look at the list, there are 590 players which consist of 355 uncapped and 228 capped players along with 7 Associate nations.

Moreover, this mega auction will get huge attention from the fans as teams like Royal Challengers Bangalore, Kolkata Knight Riders and a few more are searching for the players who can lead their side in the upcoming season.

Ambati Rayudu has registered for IPL 2022:

Ambati Rayudu - Ravindra Jadeja

Considering the recent reports from other sources, the veteran Indian wicket-keeper batsman Ambati Rayudu has registered himself as a wicket-keeper batsman ahead of IPL 2022.

In the previous edition of the tournament, Ambati Rayudu represented the Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings where he played well in the middle-order and also played some match-winning knocks across several occasions during the tournament.

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After being released by the franchise, the right-handed batsman has registered himself in the 2 crore pool and is likely to get enough amount as a plethora of teams are still missing their wicket-keepers on their list.

In addition to that, Ambati Rayudu is one of the finest players of the Indian Premier League and can contribute well in the middle-order for his team.

Moreover, players like Devdutt Pakikkal, Faf du Plessis, Harshal Patel and a few more are expected to be in the bidding wars among the franchises. So, it will be interesting to see who's going to rope the talented cricketers ahead of the 15th edition of the Indian Premier League.