11. Dhawal Kulkarni
In between, he played for Rajasthan Royals and Gujarat Lions. He has played 92 IPL games and has 86 wickets to his name in those games. He will be a part of the mega IPL auction in 2022. Currently, he is 33 years old and eyeing to make a comeback to the Indian cricket team.
10. Ashish Nehra
He played his last IPL games in 2017 for Sunrisers Hyderabad. He announced his retirement from all forms of the game in November 2017. He was appointed as bowling coach by Royal Challengers Bangalore in before the 2018 IPL season and was with them in 2019 too. He is currently working as a commentator and cricket expert for various sports and media channels.
9. Musavir Khote
He played some hard-hitting cameos for Mumbai in the inter-state T20s in April 2007 which were quite impressive. Those performances were convincing enough for Mumbai Indians to sign him for the 2008 IPL season. He announced retirement from cricket in 2011 at the age of 30. He is away from the limelight after his retirement.
8. Harbhajan Singh (C)
He batted at number eight for MI in that game and scored eight runs. With the ball, he picked two wickets for 36 runs. He played so many matches for India and was a part of the 2007 and 2011 world cup winning teams of India. He announced his retirement from all forms of the game in December 2021 after having a glorious career.
7. Shaun Pollock
He retired from all forms of the game in January 2008. In November 2021, he was included in the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame. He is widely regarded as one of the best fast bowlers and all-rounders of all time. He now works as a commentator for various sports channels covering cricket.
6. Abhishek Nayyar
He has worked with many cricketers as a mentor, trainer, and coach. After IPL 2018, he was named mentor and head coach of KKR academy to guide youngsters during the off-season. Currently, he is the assistant coach of Kolkata Knight Riders.
5. Pinal Shah
He played his last IPL game in 2011 for Rajasthan Royals. He played alongside Rohit Sharma in the 2006 ICC Under-19 World Cup. He never got a chance to play for India despite having good numbers in domestic cricket both in FC and List-A cricket and T20s as well.He retired from all forms of the game in October 2021 at an age of 33.
4. Robin Uthappa
He played only one season for Mi and got released by them ahead of the 2009 IPL auction. He later played for RCB, Pune Warriors India, KKR, Rajasthan Royals, and CSK. He was the Orange Cap holder in IPL 2014. He last played IPL for CSK in IPL 2021.He is still an active cricketer and will be a part of the mega IPL auction 2022.
3. Dominic Thornley
He used to play for New South Wales. He also played for Surrey and Hampshire in English Country cricket. He also played a few Big Bash League seasons for Sydney Sixers. His performances were decent but luck was not in his favor. Currently, he is enjoying his retirement life.
2. Sanath Jayasuriya
He represented Mumbai Indians in the first two seasons of the Indian Premier League. He played his last international game for Sri Lanka in 2011. He served as a Member of Parliament for Mantara District from 2010 to 2015. He is currently a Cricket Coach of the Mulgrave Cricket Club, a third-tier cricket club in Melbourne.
1. Luke Ronchi (WK)
He announced his retirement from international cricket in June 2017. In April 2019, he was appointed as the wicket-keeping and fielding coach until the completion of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. He is currently looking for coaching opportunities.