IPL 2022, Flop Retain Players: Before the mega auction of IPL 2022, all the teams had retained players. While many franchises played bets on the right players, the performance of retained players for many teams was very poor.

In season 15, 3 retained players disappointed everyone with their game, so the franchise can release these players before the next season.

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IPl, 2022: Kieron Pollard, Mumbai Indians :-

Kieron Pollard is one of the most successful all-rounders of T20, but IPL 2022 was a very bad season for him. Pollard was retained by Mumbai Indians (MI) for Rs 6 crore.

Kieron Pollard played 11 matches in this season, in these matches he scored 144 runs at an average of just 14.40. At the same time, he took only 4 wickets by spending runs with an economy of 8.93. Mumbai may release Pollard before the next season.

Abdul Samad, Sunrisers Hyderabad :-

Young all-rounder Abdul Samad was retained by the Sunrisers Hyderabad franchise before IPL 2022. Abdul Samad was retained by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 4 crore, but the franchise did not get the benefit.

In IPL 2022, Abdul Samad played 2 matches, in both these matches he was flop. In these 2 matches, he scored only 4 runs and he could not take a single wicket. Seeing this poor performance of Abdul Samad, he was also dropped from the team’s playing XI.

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Ravindra Jadeja, Chennai Super Kings :-

Ravindra Jadeja was handed over the captaincy by CSK in place of MS Dhoni before the season, but Jadeja flopped this season both as a captain and as a player. After leaving the captaincy, he was also dropped from the team’s playing XI.

In such a situation, the franchise can take the step of dropping him from the team before the next season. Jadeja could score only 116 runs in 10 matches of this season at an average of 20 and could take only five wickets. He was retained by CSK for 16 crores.