Top grossing IPL players in IPL auction 2011, IPL 4 Top grossing players. Top gainers in IPL auction


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Highest grossing IPL players in IPL auction 2011


1)Gautam Gambhir bought for $2.4 million by Kolkata Knight Riders
2) Robin Uthappa bought for $2.1 million by Sahara Pune Warriors
3) Yousuf Pathan bought for $2.1 million by Kolkata Knight Riders
4) Rohit Sharma bought for $2 million by Mumbai Indians
5)Irfan Pathan bought for $1.9 million by Delhi Daredevils
6)Yuvraj Singh bought for $1.8 million by Sahara Pune Warriors
7) Saurabh Tiwary bought for $1.6 million by Royal Challengers Banglore
8) Mahela Jayawardene bought for $1.5 million by Kochi Franchise
9) )David Hussey bought for $1.4 million by Kings 11 Punjab
10) Dale Steyn bought for $1.2 million by Deccan Chargers
11) Jacques Kallis bought for $1.1 million by Kolkata Knight Riders
12) Cameroon White bought for $1.1 million by Deccan Chargers
13) AB de Villiers bought for $1 million by Royal Challengers Banglore
14) Ravindra Jadeja bought for $950,000 by Kochi Franchise
15)Angelo Matthews bought for $950,000 by Sahara Pune Warriors
16)Joan Botha bought for $950,000 by Rajasthan Royals
17) Dinesh Karthik bought for $900,000 by Kings 11 Punjab
18)Adam Gilchristr bought for $900,000 by Kings 11 Punjab
19) Zaheer Khan bought for $900,000 by Royal Challengers Banglore
20)S. Sreesanth bought for $900,000 by Kochi Franchise


Top 5 gainers of IPL auction 2011


1)Base price of Saurabh Tiwary was only $100,000 but was bought for $1.6 million by Kolkata Knight Riders which is 16 times the base price.
2)Base price of Gautam Gambhir was only $200,000 but was bought for $2.4 million by Kolkata Knight Riders which is 12 times the base price.
3)Base price of Robin Utappha was only $200,000 but was bought for $2.1 million by Sahara Pune Warriors which is 10.5 times the base price.
4)Base price of Rohit Sharma was only $200,000 but was bought for $2 million by Mumbai Indians which is 10 times the base price.
5)Base price of Yousuf Pathn was only $300,000 but was bought for $2.1 million by Kolkata Knight Riders which is 7 times the base price.



Unsold players at IPL auction 2011


Brian Lara, Sourav Ganguly, Chris Gayle, Jesse Ryder and Herschelle Gibbs, Graham Manou, Mark Boucher, Matt Prior, Tamim Iqbal, Chamara Kapudagera, Murali Kartik, Ajantha Mendis, Graeme Swann, James Anderson, Dilhara Fernando, Luke Wrightwere the players left unsold at IPL 2011 auctiomn on 8th January 2011.

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Comments

Author: sb sidh08 Jan 2011 Member Level: Gold   Points : 1

HI VIMAL.

I realy appretiate your & Nirlapta effort to give details of cricket.

But since IPL has started ,image of each player has changed.

Specially during the auction, when each player capabilities are sold.

Do you think same charm is there like before ? As each Country use to play against other country.

25 YEARS AGO ,when India team use to play cricket people use to carry radio to hear the score.

We use to see the love for the country by means of Cricket.

Now people are taking criket as entertainment & buisnes instead of taking as pride for the country.

But still Cricket is an game which we do love to see.

thank you
D.M



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