Highest gainers and paycuts in IPL 2022

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Highest gainers and paycuts in IPL 2022

Highest gainers and paycuts in IPL 2022
After two days of furious bidding battles among the franchises, the IPL 2022 super auction came to a close, and it has to be noted that we are all looking forwards to a significant action-packed ten-team competition this year. Two additional teams have injected more spice into the mix, with demand for Indian players skyrocketing. While many people were perplexed about what went wrong with the unsold players, there were some unexpected selections.

Krishnappa Gowtham leads the way in terms of the most significant pay reduction in IPL 2022, as he was paid 9.25 crores by Chennai Super Kings last season and was picked up for just 90 lakhs in the mega auction this year, a decrease of 90.28%. Karn Sharma followed him from CSK, where he was paid 5 crores the previous season, to RCB, where he was paid 50 lakhs, a decrease of 90%.

Sunrisers Hyderabad purchased Priyam Garg for 20 lakh after paying 1.9 crores in the previous season, a drop of 89.48%. Tymal Mills of England, who was bought for 12 crores by RCB in his last IPL stint in 2017, was reduced to 1.5 crores by Mumbai Indians this time around, a fall of 87.50%. Riley Meredith is ranked fifth on the list, having been paid 8 crores by Punjab Kings in the previous edition and now joining the Mumbai Indians for merely 1 crore, a drop of 87.50%.

Harshal Patel is the largest gainer, having been bought for a whopping 10.75 crores by his old side RCB in IPL 2022, up from 20 lakh in the previous season with a 5275% increase in the proportion. Next up is Prasidh Krishna, who the Rajasthan Royals signed for 10 crores after being paid just 20 lakh by the Kolkata Knight Riders last time to improve to 4900%.

Tim David had a 4025 rise rate after being selected by the Mumbai Indians for 8.25 crores in IPL 2022 after being paid 20 lakh by RCB the previous year. Devdutt Padikkal, a Karnataka youngster who was paid 20 lakh by RCB during the last edition, was bought by RR for a stunning 7.75 crores, a 3775% rise. Wanindu Hasaranga, a Sri Lankan all-rounder, is the fifth greatest gainer, with a gain percentage of 2050, when RCB acquired him back for 10.75 crores after paying him 50 lakh last season.

Highest gainers in IPL 2022
HARSHAL PATEL RCB 10.75 0.2 (RCB 2021) 5275%
PRASIDH KRISHNA RR 10 0.2 (KKR 2021) 4900%
TIM DAVID MI 8.25 0.2 (RCB 2021) 4025%
DEVDUTT PADIKKAL RR 7.75 0.2 (RCB 2021) 3775%
W HASARANGA RCB 10.75 0.5 (RCB 2021) 2050%