IPL Auction 2019: Jaydev Unadkat, Varun Chakravarthy break Rs 8 crore barrier

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The right hander, who was picked by Kings XI Punjab for price of INR 1 crore at the IPL 2018 Auction following his impressive 2017 with the Rising Pune Supergiants, played only 5 games in which he could muster only 47 runs, thus failing to leave a mark with his lackluster performances in the limited opportunities he had received in the season.

Indian Test player Hanuma Vihari was sold to Delhi Capitals for Rs two crore, four times his base price. However, no franchise showed interest in picking the sixer king.

The Royals were locked in an intense battle with Delhi Capitals and later on with Chennai Super Kings before getting back the services of the paceman, whom they released for the auction. Given that they had snapped up the left-arm medium-pacer for Rs 11.5 crores in February, Unadkat might be feeling robbed of Rs 3.1 crores.

Ingram, who plays for Glamorgan as a non-overseas player under the Kolpak ruling, is now in Australia where he is captaining the Adelaide Strikers in the Big Bash.

Medium pacer Jaydev Unadkat became a millionaire once again with a Rs 8.4 crore bid from Rajasthan Royals but the spotlight was firmly on Chakravarthy, the 27-year-old mystery spinner from Tamil Nadu who gave up a career as freelance architect to pursue cricket.

Yuvraj initially went unsold in the auction and it was only after he re-entered the players' pool, Mumbai Indians bought him.

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Hetmyer, 21, will play for Royal Challengers Bangalore while the 23-year-old Pooran will play his trade for Kings XI Punjab. Among the players now playing for Team India, Mohammad Shami was the top pick at Rs 4.80 crore.

Angelo Mathews is the only other Sri Lankan player in the IPL 2019 Player Auction with a base price of the 20 million Indian Rupees.

Another India discard Yuvraj Singh finally found a buyer in the Mumbai franchise, who bought him for his base price of Rs 1 crore.

Top names like Cheteshwar Pujara, Brendon McCullum and Alex Hales remained unsold at the IPL auction on Tuesday.

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