IPL 2022: S Badrinath names the retention list of the Chennai super kings
New Delhi: The auction for the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 is set to take place next month. BCCI has asked all IPL franchises to submit their list of retained players by November 30th. Each franchise is allowed to keep a maximum of four players until the IPL 2022.
When talking about the Chennai Super Kings IPL 2021 champion, there is every chance they will keep MS Dhoni. Former Indian and CSK batsman S Badrinath used Twitter to name 4 players Chennai Super Kings (CSK) should keep ahead of the auction.
In addition to the existing eight teams, two new franchises - Ahmedabad and Lucknow - will be on display at IPL 2022. Speaking of Chennai Super Kings: Under Dhoni's captaincy, the Yellow Army has won the IPL title four times. Only Mumbai Indians have won the IPL trophy (5 times) more than CSK.
Recently, the Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was cheered when he announced that his final T20 game would be in Chennai before deciding to retire, but said he didn't know " whether it's next year or in five years ".
Dhoni himself announced that no decision has yet been made whether he will continue with CSK for the next season. "I always planned my cricket. The last game I played was in Ranchi. The last home game in ODI was in my hometown in Ranchi. So hopefully my last T20 will be in Chennai. Whether next year or in 5 years "Time, we don't really know," Dhoni said during CSK's IPL victory ceremony.
Predictions and analysis come from different parts as the retention list submission deadline approaches. All eight existing Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises have been asked to finalize their list of retained players by November 30th. Since a mega auction will take place before the IPL 2022, each team that took part in the IPL 2021 can have a maximum of. keep only four players.
In addition, a team cannot keep more than two foreign players. So it would be interesting to see what teams would look like after the retention list is published. Meanwhile, former Indian and Chennai Super Kings batsman Subramaniam Badrinath has named players he thinks teams should keep. Badrinath made a statement on Sunday (November 28) in a series of tweets.