11. Ishant Sharma

This 33-year-old pacer has taken part in 93 IPL matches and has grabbed 72 wickets at an economy of 8.12. He was a part of the Delhi Capitals’ side and played three matches in the 2021 IPL. He is seen more as a Test bowler and as he hasn’t been able to show much in the shortest format, he is still used as a backup.

10. Dale Steyn

This Proteas pacer has played 95 IPL matches and has taken 96 wickets with a career economy of 6.91. His performance started deteriorating and he eventually couldn’t create much impact in this league. He last played an IPL match for Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2020. A few months back, he declared his retirement and now is a part of the commentary team.

9. Amit Mishra

This 39-year-old spinner then played the first match for SRH in 2013 and grabbed three wickets for just 19 runs and bagged the man-of-the-match award. He also took his third hat-trick in a match against the same opposition and became the first to pick three hat-tricks. He was then bought by Delhi and has been representing the team since then.

8. Dwaraka Ravi Teja

Dwaraka Ravi Teja is a right-handed opening batter of the Andhra Pradesh domestic team. He made his IPL debut for Deccan Chargers in 2008 against Kings XI Punjab. His IPL career stats lies at 375 runs in 32 matches with his highest score of 60. He did not feature in the IPL after 2013 and now plays for the Meghalaya side in first-class cricket.

7. Ashish Reddy

On playing 31 IPL matches, he scored 280 runs at a strike rate of 145.08, and with the ball, he picked 18 wickets at an economy of 9.07. He was then retained by the side till 2016, as he played his last match against RCB. He was then obscured and played some domestic matches.

6. Hanuma Vihari

His under-strike rate and performances couldn’t fetch him a stable position in the IPL. Vihari is still applying for the auction but the franchises are reluctant to pick him as he is now an established Test cricketer. Also, he is now a middle-order batter of the Indian Test side.

5. Thisara Perera

In total, he played 37 IPL matches and has hit 422 runs with 31 wickets to his tally. This 32-year-old player played his last IPL match for Pune Supergiant in 2016. He recently retired from all the formats of international cricket, but he has been playing the other domestic leagues over the world.

4. Cameron White

This Aussie has played 47 IPL games and has hit 954 with a strike rate of 126.36. After his poor streak of runs and inability to score quick runs, White was dropped from the team and did not play an IPL match after 2013. In 2020, he announced his retirement from professional cricket.

3. Kumar Sangakkara (Captain)

Sangakkara was appointed as the President of the MCC in 2019. He was the first non-British member to hold the post. He contributes to the sport in all the ways he could, as he is also a commentator. In 2021, he was named as the Director of Cricket of Rajasthan Royals in the IPL.

2. Parthiv Patel (Wicket-Keeper)

The “pocket dynamo” as he is called fondly, played the IPL last in 2019 and retired from all forms of cricket in 2020 at an age of 35. He holds the position of a talent scout for the Mumbai Indians side and is a commentator in the Hindi panel of Star Sports.

1. Akshath Reddy

This 30-year-old batter opened the innings along with Parthiv Patel and made a calm 30-ball 27 in the first match. He has played a total of 12 IPL matches and has 164 runs to his name. Reddy was then dropped from the team and eventually did not participate thereafter. He is still the opening batter of the Hyderabad side in the List A matches and has over five thousand first-class runs.