This season also went pretty well for the youngster. Though he picked only 10 wickets in 14 matches, his economy of 7.7 despite bowling tough overs was one of the best.
In IPL 2022, he played 13 matches. With 21 wickets to his name, he justified his tag of Rs. 4 cr.
In the nine games, he bagged 12 scalps this season. With an economy of over seven, Theekshana can bowl well in between powerplays. His best figures of 4/33 also suggest his wicket-taking abilities can come in handy.
This year, Khan picked 19 wickets at an economy of 6.59. He was also responsible for an unbelievable chase alongside Rahul Tewatia for Gujarat where he had hit consecutive sixes to take his side home.
He is also a decent lower middle-order batter. For RCB he scalped 26 wickets in 16 matches. His economy was also well in line at 7.4. He also took a fifer and registered his best bowling figures of 5/18.
In the 17 matches, he scored 183 runs at an average of 16.63 and a strike rate of 138.63 this season.
He only got a chance to showcase his skills in six games but he made some of them count. With 161 runs in seven matches, his average remains just 23.00 but his strike rate was over 140.
He scored 340 runs in the 14 matches played at an average of 30.
Varma scored 397 runs in the 12 matches he played for MI at an average of 36.09 and a strike rate of 131. His ability to add runs up the order has roped in praises for him from all over the internet.
This year in the 16 matches for Gujarat, he scored 483 runs with a strike rate of 132.32 and maintained an average of 34.50 and played a crucial role in the team winning the trophy.
In the 14 matches he played this season for CSK, he scored 368 runs at an average of 26.29 and with a strike rate of 126.46.