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Deepak Chahar might lose all of his Rs 14 crore for the IPL 2022 season because of injury

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) pacer Deepak Chahar could lose a major chunk of his IPL money – perhaps the Rs 14 crore he got in the IPL mega auction – if the latest injury setback puts him out of IPL 2022 for the entire season. gave. ,

Chahar was the second most expensive player at the IPL 2022 mega auction in Bengaluru after Ishan Kishan, who was bought by the four-time IPL champions for a tidy sum for the next three years for his ability to swing the new ball both ways. Was. Throw the finger ball. He is also capable of hitting big down the order.

Chahar has been a key player for CSK over the years and his absence has already affected the balance of the Ravindra Jadeja-led side in the ongoing IPL. His possible return to IPL 2022 remains doubtful after suffering a back injury during his recent rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru.

The severity of the injury is yet to be ascertained, as it is learned that CSK are yet to receive a formal report from the BCCI. The 29-year-old also suffered a quadricep tear during India’s T20I series against West Indies in February and the pacer has been at the NCA for over a month, recovering from his injury.

However, a back injury is likely to further damage Chahar’s chances of a return to the IPL, considering the BCCI and the Indian team management want him to perform at his best as India prepare for the T20 World Cup starting in October. makes preparations. Australia.

According to the rules of IPL, the auction amount of the player is called his salary and tax is also deducted accordingly. According to a report by, this entire amount goes to the player’s account.

The auction amount is for one year. For example, if a player is bought for Rs 14 crore, then he will get this amount every year and he will be given Rs 42 crore for three years. If a player remains available for the entire season, he is paid the full amount. It doesn’t matter how many matches he plays.