11. Glenn McGrath

He was honored during the seventh annual Bradman Awards in Sydney on first November 2012. He was included in the ICC Hall of fame in January 2013. Currently, he is the director of MRF pace foundation, Chennai. He is also the president and founder of the McGrath Foundation which supports patients diagnosed with Breast Cancer.

10. Brett Geeves

The Australian has played just two ODIs and one T20I in his international career. He played just one season of IPL that was the first season for Delhi daredevils. He had some serious injury issues with his knee and his back. His injuries forced him to retire in 2011 at an age of 29. He now works in government programs and provides commentary for local media.

9. Farveez Maharoof

Farveez Maharoof played the first two seasons for DC and then never got picked to play for any team in the league. He played his last IPL game in 2010. He played his last game for Sri Lanka in 2016. He played 22 Tests, 109 ODIs, and eight T20Is for Sri Lanka. Currently, he works as a commentator and cricket analyst covering Sri Lankan cricket.

8. Daniel Vettori

He announced his retirement from all forms of the game after the 2015 IPL. His coaching career commenced after that, he coached RCB in IPL, Dublin Chiefs in Euro T20 Slam, and was a spin bowling coach for Bangladesh. Currently, he is the head coach of the CPL franchise Barbados Royals.

7. Rajat Bhatia

He started his domestic career playing for Tamil Nadu in 1999 but later shifted to Delhi in 2005 and finished his career with Uttarakhand in 2018 and 2019. In July 2020, he announced his retirement from all forms of the game. Bhatia has done a course in Bio-mechanics and he is willing to make a career in that.

6. Mithun Manhas

After Delhi, he also played for Jammu and Kashmir in domestic cricket in 2016 and 2017. He was appointed as an assistant coach for Punjab Kings ahead of IPL 2017. From 2017 to 2019, he worked as a batting consultant of the Bangladesh under-19 team. In 2019, he was hired by RCB as an assistant coach.

5. Dinesh Karthik (WK)

He was given different roles throughout his international career but he never was a permanent part of the team. He was selected as an English commentator of ICC World Test Championship 2021 final and since then he is seen doing commentary in different games. He is still an active cricketer and will take part in IPL 2022.

4. Manoj Tiwary

He played for KKR, Rising Pune Supergiant, and Punjab Kings after that. He played his last IPL game in 2018 and hasn’t got any contract after that. He joined India Trinamool Congress in 2021. He is currently serving as Minister of Affairs of Sports and Youth. Despite being active in politics, he is still an active cricketer and is a part of Bengal’s Ranji Trophy squad for the coming season

3. Shikhar Dhawan

He later played for Mumbai Indians, Deccan Chargers, and SunRisers Hyderabad and returned to DC in 2019. He is released by the franchise ahead of the 2022 mega IPL auction. He is still an active cricketer and is in the ODI squad of India to play a series in South Africa in January 2022. He will be a part of the mega auction ahead of IPL 2022.

2. Virender Sehwag (c)

The first-ever captain of India in T20Is also was the first captain of Delhi Daredevils.He was appointed mentor for Punjab Kings ahead of the 2016 season. He currently works as a commentator and also runs a Youtube channel in which he shares his opinion about the happenings in world cricket.

1. Gautam Gambhir

He announced his retirement from all forms of the game in December 2018. He joined Bhartiya Janta Party in 2019. Currently, he is a Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) since 2019 and is associated with sports channels as a cricket expert and analyst.