IPL 2023 Auction: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Release, Retains and Probable Players List, Squad all you know: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) had their worst ever Indian Premier League (IPL) season in 2022. The decorated franchise had an extremely disappointing outing throughout the league with their performance. CSK finished in the penultimate position with just four victories in 14 league games.
Moreover, the tournament turned disastrous for the four-time IPL champions as they saw two transitions in the leadership. Veteran skipper MS Dhoni decided to relinquish the captaincy following which Ravindra Jadeja was given the duty. However, to everyone’s surprise, Jadeja couldn’t live upto the expectation and stepped down from his new role after a few initial matches.
Nevertheless, the franchise will now be optimistic about CSK’s revival in the next season, which will be IPL 2023. The sixteenth edition of the IPL will be huge in itself as it will see the tournament returning to its original format of home and away matches.
However, before that, all the teams will have to go through the auction process once again. Though it won’t be as big as it was in 2022, the auction always throws a different set of challenges to the teams.
The performing players will be retained by the team and there will be no upper cap on the player retentions while the non-performing players will be released from their respective squads.
This article will lead you through IPL 2023 Auction: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Release, Retains and Probable Players List, Squad all you need to know.
IPL 2023 Auction: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) release Players:
IPL 2023 Auction: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) retained Players:
IPL 2023 Auction: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Squad and Probable Player List:
MS Dhoni (c), Ravindra Jadeja, Ambati Rayudu, Devon Conway, K Bhagat Verma, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Moeen Ali, Mukesh Choudhary, Maheesh Thikshana, Deepak Chahar, Dwayne Bravo, C Hari Nishaanth, Shivam Dube, Mitchell Santner, Robin Uthappa, Rajvardhan Hangargekar, KM Asif, Prashant Solanki, Simarjeet Singh Subhranshu Senapati, and Matheesh Pathirana.