Ishant Kishan, Deepak Sahar and Shreyas Iyer are among the top ten players selected by various teams in the Indian Premier League (IPL) Auction 2022. Kishan was picked by the Mumbai Indians for 15.25 crore, the highest ever by any player. Sahar was sold to the Chennai Super Kings for 14 crore.

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Kolkata Knight Riders bought Shreyas Iyer for ₹ 12.25 crore and Avesh Khan became the most expensive of the uncapped players after being bought by the Lucknow Super Giants for ₹ 10 crore.

Top Ten Most Expensive Players:

Mumbai Indians – Ishant Kishan – 15.25 crore

Chennai Super Kings – Deepak Sahar – ₹ 14 crore

Kolkata Knight Riders – Shreyas Iyer – 12.25 crore

Punjab Kings – Liam Livingstone – ₹ 11.50 crore

Delhi Capitals – Shardul Thakur bowler – ₹ 10.75 crore

Royal Challengers Bangalore – Vanindu Hasaranga – ₹ 10.75 crore

Royal Challengers Bangalore – Herschelle Patel – ₹ 10.75 crore

Sunrisers Hyderabad – Nicholas Pooran – 10.75 crore

Gujarat Titans – Lucky Ferguson – ₹ 10 crore

Lucknow Super Giants – Avesh Khan – ₹ 10 crore

Meanwhile, some Ace players are not priced at auction this time. They include Suresh Raina, Australia batsmen Steve Smith and Aaron Finch and New Zealand opener Martin Kapil. Indian fast bowler Ishant Sharma also went unsold. Sunrisers Hyderabad took on South African batsman Aiden Markram for ₹ 2.6 crore yesterday, the second day of the mega auction of short-form players. Also, Indian fast bowler Mandeep Singh was bought by Delhi Capitals for ₹ 1.1 crore.

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