3 Big Indian Cricketers Will Not Take Part In The Mini-Auction
As many as 991 players were part of the original list for the auction, however, the list has been pruned to 405It has to be noted that all the teams have already retained their core squads. Only 87 spots are up for grabs, out of which 30 are overseas.
While the list of players who are going to participate in the mini-auction feature many veterans and junior playersSenior Players Will Not Take Part In IPL 2023 Mini-AuctionWhile the list of players who are going to participate in the mini-auction feature many veterans and junior players, however, there are two former IPL winners who will not be a part of the upcoming IPL 2023 mini-auction.Only 87 spots are up for grabs, out of which 30 are overseasCheteshwar Pujara.The Indian Test specialist, who was a part of the Chennai Super Kings squad that won IPL 2021, didn’t register himself for the mini-auction this year. The star player went unsold from IPL 2015 to 2020 before he drew a surprising bid from Chennai Super Kings in the year 2021. However, ahead of IPL 2022, Pujara was released by CSK and once again went unsold in the mega auctions. Now with no hopes of getting a franchise, Pujara decided against registering himself for the T20 leagueKedar JadhavKedar was also a part of the Yellow Army, which won the IPL trophy in the year 2018. Though, Kedar was a part of the initial list, but he hasn’t been included in the pruned list released by the BCCI. Kedar, who was a part of the CSK squad from the year 2018 to 2020, went unsold in IPL 2022 mega-auctions. He made his last appearance for SunRisers Hyderabad in 2021Hanuma VihariAccording to a report by The Times Of India, just like Pujara, Hanuma Vihari too hadn’t registered for the IPL 2023 mini-auction. He made his last appearance in the IPL for Delhi Capitals in the year 2019