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From Rizvi to Shahrukh – Uncapped Indian cricketers strike gold in IPL 2024 Auction | Cricket News – Times of India

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NEW DELHI: Uncapped Indian cricketers emerged as the true winners at the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 Auction held in Dubai on Tuesday after thrilling bidding wars.
Several young talents attracted significant attention, and franchises spared no expense in securing their services for the upcoming season.
Sameer Rizvi – CSK’s star acquisition
Indian batter Sameer Rizvi stole the spotlight as the five-time champions Chennai Super Kings (CSK) engaged in an intense bidding war with Gujarat Titans to secure his services.Rizvi, with a base price of Rs 20 lakh, fetched an impressive Rs 8.4 crore after a stellar performance in the UPT20 league, where he amassed 455 runs in 10 matches at an average of over 50.

rizvi

Shahrukh Khan joins Gujarat Titans
Gujarat Titans, the 2022 IPL champions, made a significant move by snapping up uncapped batter Shahrukh Khan for a hefty sum of Rs 7.40 crore. The bidding war for Shahrukh reached unprecedented heights, ultimately leading to Gujarat Titans securing the player’s services.

SRK

Kumar Kushagra’s surprise move to Delhi Capitals
Delhi Capitals surprised many by acquiring young Jharkhand batter Kumar Kushagra for Rs 7.20 crore. The bidding war unfolded with CSK and Gujarat Titans was also in contention, showcasing the demand for Kushagra, who recently played a crucial role in Jharkhand’s improbable win in the Vijay Hazare Trophy.

Kushagra

Rajasthan Royals secure Shubham Dubey
Uncapped batter Shubham Dubey became a Rajasthan Royal as they engaged in a bidding war with Delhi Capitals. Dubey’s impressive performance in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, where he scored 221 runs in seven innings at an average of 73.66, earned him a notable bid of Rs 5.8 crore.

Dubey

Yash Dayal picked by Royal Challengers Bangalore
Left-arm fast bowler Yash Dayal witnessed an intense bidding war, eventually landing him a spot with Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for a substantial Rs 5 crore. The bidding escalated rapidly, with RCB recognizing the need for an Indian quick with Dayal’s left-arm angle.

Dayal

Robin Minz becomes first tribal cricketer in IPL
Gujarat Titans made waves by signing Jharkhand wicketkeeper-batter Robin Minz for a price of Rs 3.6 crore. The bidding war involved Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians, with Gujarat Titans ultimately securing the deal. Minz will make history as the first tribal cricketer in the Indian Premier League.

Robin

M Siddharth joins Lucknow Super Giants
Lucknow Super Giants secured the services of Tamil Nadu left-arm orthodox spinner M Siddharth for Rs 2.4 crore after a fierce bidding war with RCB. Siddharth, with a base price of 20 lakh, drew attention from several franchises before Lucknow Super Giants clinched the deal.

Siddharth

Sushant Mishra joins Gujarat Titans
Jharkhand pacer Sushant Mishra, a U19 World Cup player, found a new home with Gujarat Titans for Rs 2.20 crore after a spirited bidding war that involved the Sunrisers Hyderabad.
As these uncapped talents prepare to showcase their skills in the upcoming IPL season, the franchises will be banking on their potential to make a significant impact on the tournament. The stage is set for these rising stars to shine on the grand IPL platform.

Sushant



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