On February 12 and 13, the IPL 2022 mega auction was held. During this, all the franchises did their best to strengthen their respective team. This time also saw two new teams Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Titans playing in IPL. In the current season, both teams performed better than expected. However, before the start of the IPL, some veteran players withdrew their names from the IPL for personal reasons. At the same time, some big players did not give their names for the mega auction. In this news we are going to talk about some of these players who have withdrawn their names from the tournament.

Jason Roy from England was the first player to withdraw from the tournament at IPL 2022. Roy had made the decision to withdraw from IPL 2022 for personal reasons. Jason Roy was bought by Gujarat Titans for a base price of Rs 2 crore. Later, Afghanistan goalkeeper batsman Rahmanatullah Gurbaz was included in the team in his place.

England’s top-order batsman Alex Hales has been bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for a base price of Rs 1.5 crore. But before the start of the tournament, like his compatriot Jason Roy, he also withdrew his name. Aaron Finch was included in the team in his place. Alex Hales played in Big Bash and Pakistan Super League for the last four months. Because of this, he constantly lived in the bio-bubble. In such a situation, he no longer wanted to live in the bubble.

IPL Season 15 is now at its final stop. So far 58 matches have been played in the tournament. Gujarat Titans captained by Hardik Pandya also qualified for the playoffs. Soon 3 more teams will confirm their place in the playoffs. In the points table, Gujarat is first, Lucknow second, Rajasthan third, RCB fourth, Delhi fifth, Hyderabad sixth, KKR seventh, Punjab eighth, Chennai ninth and Mumbai Indians tenth.


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