List of 2013 Indian Premier League personnel changes

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This is a list of all personnel changes for the 2013 Indian Premier League.

Retirement[edit]

Date Name Team(s) played (years) Age Notes Ref.
18 August 2012 India V. V. S. Laxman Deccan Chargers (2008–2010)
Kochi Tuskers Kerala (2011)
37 Went unsold at the 2012 auction. Retired from international cricket on 18 August 2012. Became the mentor-ambassador for the Sunrisers Hyderabad.[1] [2]
29 October 2012 India Sourav Ganguly Kolkata Knight Riders (2008–2010)
Pune Warriors India (2011–2012)
40 Retired from all forms of cricket on 28 October 2012. [3]
31 October 2012 England Paul Collingwood Delhi Daredevils (2009–2010)
Rajasthan Royals (2011–2012)
36 Did not return after being released from his contract. [4]

Trades[edit]

The trading window opened on 19 November 2012.[5]

Date Trade Ref
12 February 2013 To Delhi Daredevils
To Pune Warriors India
[6]

Signings[edit]

Nat Player Team Ref.
India CM Gautam Delhi Daredevils
India Ishwar Pandey Pune Warriors India [7]
India Parvez Rasool Pune Warriors India
India Tirumalasetti Suman Pune Warriors India
India Sandeep Warrier Royal Challengers Bangalore [8]
India Sheldon Jackson Royal Challengers Bangalore
India Abhinav Mukund Royal Challengers Bangalore [9]
India Sunny Sohal Royal Challengers Bangalore [10]
India Harmeet Singh Rajasthan Royals
India Sachin Baby Rajasthan Royals
India Sanju Samson Rajasthan Royals
India Jalaj Saxena Mumbai Indians [11]
India Rishi Dhawan Mumbai Indians
India Baba Aparajith Chennai Super Kings
India Vijay Shankar Chennai Super Kings
India Mohit Sharma Chennai Super Kings
India Ankit Rajpoot Chennai Super Kings
India Imtiyaz Ahmed Chennai Super Kings
India Ronit More Chennai Super Kings
India Karthikeyan R Chennai Super Kings
Australia Steve Smith Pune Warriors India [12]
Bangladesh Tamim Iqbal Pune Warriors India [12]

     Retained players

Released players[edit]

In October 2012, teams were offered the option of releasing any number of their players from their contracts ahead of the trading window and auction. This allowed teams to reduce player costs.[13] The following players were released from their contracts.[5]

Nat Player Team Contract Signed
Trinidad and Tobago Darren Bravo Sunrisers Hyderabad $100,000 2012
Australia Daniel Christian Sunrisers Hyderabad $900,000 2011
India Manpreet Gony Sunrisers Hyderabad $290,000 2011
Australia Daniel Harris Sunrisers Hyderabad $70,000 2012
Australia George Bailey Chennai Super Kings $50,000 2011
Australia Doug Bollinger Chennai Super Kings $700,000 2011
India Joginder Sharma Chennai Super Kings $150,000 2011
Sri Lanka Suraj Randiv Chennai Super Kings $80,000 2011
New Zealand Scott Styris Chennai Super Kings $200,000 2011
South Africa Gulam Bodi Delhi Daredevils 2012
New Zealand Doug Bracewell Delhi Daredevils $50,000 2012
Australia Aaron Finch Delhi Daredevils $300,000 2011
Australia Glenn Maxwell Delhi Daredevils 2012
India Venugopal Rao Delhi Daredevils $700,000 2011
South Africa Kyle Abbott Kings XI Punjab 2012
Australia Ben Cutting Kings XI Punjab 2012
Australia James Faulkner Kings XI Punjab $190,000 2012
India Ramesh Powar Kings XI Punjab $160,000 2012
Australia Nathan Rimmington Kings XI Punjab $20,000 2011
England Stuart Broad Kings XI Punjab $400,000 2011
South Africa Richard Levi Mumbai Indians 2012
South Africa Davy Jacobs Mumbai Indians $190,000 2011
Australia Clint McKay Mumbai Indians $110,000 2011
Sri Lanka Thisara Perera Mumbai Indians $650,000 2012
Australia Michael Clarke Pune Warriors India 2012
India Sourav Ganguly Pune Warriors India 2011
Australia Callum Ferguson Pune Warriors India $300,000 2011
New Zealand Nathan McCullum Pune Warriors India $100,000 2011
New Zealand Jesse Ryder Pune Warriors India $150,000 2011
South Africa Graeme Smith Pune Warriors India $500,000 2011
Australia James Hopes Pune Warriors India $350,000 2011
South Africa Johan Botha Rajasthan Royals $950,000 2011
Sri Lanka Dinesh Chandimal Rajasthan Royals $50,000 2012
England Paul Collingwood Rajasthan Royals $250,000 2011
England Owais Shah Rajasthan Royals 2012
India Mohammad Kaif Royal Challengers Bangalore $130,000 2011
South Africa Charl Langeveldt Royal Challengers Bangalore $140,000 2011
Australia Dirk Nannes Royal Challengers Bangalore $650,000 2011
Australia Luke Pomersbach Royal Challengers Bangalore $50,000 2011
South Africa Rilee Rossouw Royal Challengers Bangalore $20,000 2011

†Signed as a replacement player for an undisclosed sum

Released uncapped Indian players

Sunrisers Hyderabad

  • Tekkami Atchuta Rao
  • Kedar Devdhar
  • Ishank Jaggi
  • Tanmay Mishra
  • Syed Quadri
  • Sneha Kishore
  • Sunny Sohal
  • Tanmay Srivastava
  • Arjun Yadav

Chennai Super Kings

  • Yo Mahesh
  • Abhinav Mukund
  • Sudeep Tyagi
  • K Vasudevadas
  • G Vignesh

Delhi Daredevils

  • Prashant Naik
  • Puneet Bisht
  • Robin Bist
  • Sunny Gupta
  • Kuldeep Raval
  • Aavishkar Salvi
  • Vikas Mishra
  • Tejashwi Yadav
  • Zafir Patel

Kings XI Punjab

  • Love Ablish
  • Amit Yadav
  • Paras Dogra
  • Vikramjeet Malik
  • Abhishek Nayar
  • Nitin Saini

Kolkata Knight Riders

  • Chirag Jani
  • Sanju Samson
  • Iresh Saxena
  • Jaydev Unadkat

Mumbai Indians

  • Sujit Nayak
  • Jaydev Shah

Pune Warriors India

  • Kamran Khan
  • Harshad Khadiwale
  • Mohnish Mishra
  • Sachin Rana

Rajasthan Royals

  • Deepak Chahar
  • Aakash Chopra
  • Aditya Dole
  • Samad Fallah
  • Faiz Fazal
  • Sumit Narwal
  • Pankaj Singh
  • Amit Paunikar
  • Abhishek Raut
  • Pinal Shah
  • Amit Singh
  • Dishant Yagnik

Royal Challengers Bangalore

  • Raju Bhatkal
  • CM Gautam
  • Abrar Kazi
  • Ryan Ninan
  • Asad Pathan
  • S Thiyagarajan
  • Prasanth Parameswaran

Withdrawn players[edit]

The following players withdrew from the tournament.

Player Team Reason Ref
South Africa JP Duminy Sunrisers Hyderabad Injury [14]
India Varun Aaron Delhi Daredevils Injury [14]
Australia Michael Clarke Pune Warriors India Back and hamstring problems [15]
India Sreenath Aravind Royal Challengers Bangalore Injury
England Kevin Pietersen Delhi Daredevils Knee injury [16]

Replacement signings[edit]

Players were signed as replacement of contracted players who were not available to play due to injuries and national commitments. Under IPL rules, the replacements have to be chosen from the pool of players who went unsold in the auction, and cannot be paid more than the players they are replacing.

Player Replaced Team Ref
Trinidad and Tobago Lendl Simmons India Jalaj Saxena [17]
South Africa Rilee Rossouw Australia Nic Maddinson [18]

Auction[edit]

Country Players
Entered Sold
 India 7 6
 Sri Lanka 26 6
 Australia 32 13
 South Africa 21 4
 West Indies 14 5
 New Zealand 5 3
 England 2 0
 Ireland 1 0
Total 108 37

The players' auction for the 2013 season was held on 3 February in Chennai.[19] The Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club prevented their players (Michael Lumb, Alex Hales and Samit Patel in particular) from participating in the IPL and the auction to avoid losing them for the County Championship.[20]

Sold players[edit]

All player contracts are for this season only.[21]

Nat Player Team Base price Winning bid
Guyana Christopher Barnwell Mumbai Indians $50,000 $50,000
South Africa Johan Botha Delhi Daredevils $300,000 $450,000
Australia Daniel Christian Royal Challengers Bangalore $100,000 $100,000
Australia Michael Clarke Pune Warriors India $400,000 $400,000
Australia Nathan Coulter-Nile Mumbai Indians $100,000 $450,000
Sri Lanka Akila Dananjaya Chennai Super Kings $20,000 $20,000
South Africa Quinton de Kock Sunrisers Hyderabad $20,000 $20,000
Barbados Fidel Edwards Rajasthan Royals $100,000 $210,000
Australia James Faulkner Rajasthan Royals $100,000 $400,000
India Manpreet Gony Kings XI Punjab $200,000 $500,000
Australia Moisés Henriques Royal Challengers Bangalore $100,000 $300,000
Barbados Jason Holder Chennai Super Kings $20,000 $20,000
Australia Phillip Hughes Mumbai Indians $100,000 $100,000
Australia Ben Laughlin Chennai Super Kings $20,000 $20,000
Australia Glenn Maxwell Mumbai Indians $200,000 $1,000,000
New Zealand Nathan McCullum Sunrisers Hyderabad $100,000 $100,000
Australia Clint McKay Sunrisers Hyderabad $100,000 $100,000
South Africa Ryan McLaren Kolkata Knight Riders $50,000 $50,000
Sri Lanka Ajantha Mendis Pune Warriors India $50,000 $725,000
Sri Lanka Jeevan Mendis Delhi Daredevils $50,000 $50,000
South Africa Chris Morris Chennai Super Kings $20,000 $625,000
Australia Dirk Nannes Chennai Super Kings $200,000 $600,000
India Abhishek Nayar Pune Warriors India $100,000 $675,000
New Zealand Jacob Oram Mumbai Indians $50,000 $50,000
Sri Lanka Kusal Perera Rajasthan Royals $20,000 $20,000
Sri Lanka Thisara Perera Sunrisers Hyderabad $50,000 $675,000
Australia Luke Pomersbach Kings XI Punjab $50,000 $300,000
Australia Ricky Ponting Mumbai Indians $400,000 $400,000
Trinidad and Tobago Ravi Rampaul Royal Challengers Bangalore $50,000 $290,000
Australia Kane Richardson Pune Warriors India $100,000 $700,000
New Zealand Jesse Ryder Delhi Daredevils $100,000 $260,000
Saint Lucia Darren Sammy Sunrisers Hyderabad $100,000 $425,000
Sri Lanka Sachithra Senanayake Kolkata Knight Riders $50,000 $625,000
India Pankaj Singh Royal Challengers Bangalore $50,000 $150,000
India R. P. Singh Royal Challengers Bangalore $100,000 $400,000
India Sudeep Tyagi Sunrisers Hyderabad $100,000 $100,000
India Jaydev Unadkat Royal Challengers Bangalore $100,000 $525,000

Players list[edit]

Players list[22]
  • First tier ($400,000):
  • Second tier ($300,000):
  1. South Africa Johan Botha
  • Third tier ($200,000):
  • Fourth tier ($100,000):
Capped:
Uncapped:
  • Fifth tier ($50,000):
Capped:
Uncapped:
  • Sixth tier ($20,000):
Capped:
Uncapped:

References[edit]

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  18. ^ "Royal challengers Banglore in Rilee Rossouw". Cricinfo. ESPN. 27 April 2014. Retrieved 30 April 2014.
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