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Sunrisers Hyderabad
Sunrisers Hyderabad.svg
Nickname(s)Orange Army[1]
Eagles
LeagueIndian Premier League
Personnel
CaptainKane Williamson
CoachTrevor Bayliss
OwnerSUN Group[2]
Team information
CityHyderabad, Telangana, India
ColoursSRH
Founded2012; 9 years ago (2012)
Home groundRajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad
Capacity55,000
History
Indian Premier League wins1 (2016)
Official websitewww.sunrisershyderabad.in

T20I kit

Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2021

The Sunrisers Hyderabad (stylised as SunRisers Hyderabad, abbr. SRH) are a franchise cricket team based in Hyderabad, Telangana, India, that plays in the Indian Premier League (IPL).[3] The franchise is owned by Kalanithi Maran of the SUN Group and was founded in 2012 after the Hyderabad-based Deccan Chargers were terminated by the IPL.[4] The team is currently captained by Kane Williamson and coached by Trevor Bayliss.[5] Their primary home ground is the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad, which has capacity of 55,000.[6]

The team made their first IPL appearance in 2013, where they reached the playoffs, eventually finishing in fourth place. The Sunrisers won their maiden IPL title in the 2016 season, defeating the Royal Challengers Bangalore by 8 runs in the final. The team has qualified for the play-off stage of the tournament in every season since 2016. In 2018, the team reached the finals of the Indian Premier League, but lost to Chennai Super Kings. The team is considered one of the best bowling sides, often admired for its ability to defend low totals. David Warner is the leading run scorer for the side, having won the Orange Cap 3 times, in 2015, 2017, and 2019.[7] Bhuvneshwar Kumar is the leading wicket-taker.[8][9] The COVID-19 pandemic impacted the brand value of the Sunrisers Hyderabad which saw a decline of 4 percent to US$57.4 million in 2020 as the overall brand value of the IPL decreased to US$4.4 billion, according to Brand Finance.[10]

Franchise history[edit]

Sunrisers Hyderabad replaced the Deccan Chargers in 2012 and debuted in 2013. The franchise was taken over by Sun TV Network after the Deccan Chronicle went bankrupt. The squad was announced in Chennai on 18 December 2012. The team is owned by Sun TV Network who won the bid with 85.05 crore (US$12 million) per year for a five-year deal, a week after the Chargers were terminated due to prolonged financial issues. Sun TV Network Limited, which is headquartered in Chennai, is one of India's biggest television networks with 32 TV channels and 45 FM radio stations, making it India's largest media and entertainment company.[11]

The team jersey was unveiled on 8 March 2013, and the team anthem composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar was released on 12 March 2013. The logo was unveiled on 20 December 2012, along with the announcement that the team's management would be led by Kris Srikkanth, now replaced by veteran Muttiah Muralitharan, Tom Moody and V. V. S. Laxman.[12][13]

Team history[edit]

2013–2015: Initial years[edit]

Sunrisers Hyderabad made their IPL debut in the 2013 season.[3] They retained 20 players from the Chargers, which left slots open for 13 players (eight Indian, five overseas). They filled six of these with Thisara Perera, Darren Sammy, Sudeep Tyagi, Nathan McCullum, Quinton de Kock and Clint McKay. Kumar Sangakkara captained SRH for nine matches and Cameron White was captain for the remaining seven, as well as the eliminator match in the playoffs.[14] In their inaugural season, the team reached the playoffs but were eliminated after losing against Rajasthan Royals by 4 wickets at Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi on 22 May 2013.[15] The team played all of their home games in Hyderabad.

For the 2014 season, Pune Warriors India was defunct and not replaced, leaving only eight teams in the league. The team retained two players, Dale Steyn and Shikhar Dhawan.[16] As a result of this retention, the team had an auction purse of 380 million (US$5.3 million) and two right-to-match cards.[17] Shikhar Dhawan and Darren Sammy were named as captain and vice captain respectively.[18] Due to the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, the season was partially held outside India with the opening 20 matches hosted in the United Arab Emirates[19] and the remaining matches played in India from 2 May onwards.[20] The team finished in 6th place with six wins and eight losses, failing to secure a place in the playoffs. Dhawan led the team for the first ten matches while Sammy led the team for remaining four.[18]

For the 2015 season, SRH retained 13 players and released 11.[21] David Warner was appointed as the captain for this season and led the team in all matches played.[22] Muttiah Muralitharan was appointed the team's bowling coach as well as mentor. Sunrisers Hyderabad played their first three home games at Visakhapatnam and the remaining four home games at Hyderabad.[23] The team again finished 6th with seven wins and seven losses, failing to reach the playoffs. Warner won the first Orange Cap for SRH.[24]

2016–2020: Maiden title and consecutive playoff appearances[edit]

For the 2016 season, SRH retained 15 players and released nine.[25][26] After the auction, SRH traded two players.[27] Sunrisers Hyderabad were crowned champions after defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore in the final and ending the season with 11 wins and six losses. This was their maiden, and to date only, title. Bhuvneshwar Kumar became the first Sunrisers Hyderabad player to win the Purple Cap.

For the 2017 season, SRH retained 17 players and released six from the title-winning squad. The team then spent 45.1 crore (US$6.3 million) at the auction, leaving 20.9 crore (US$2.9 million) remaining.[28] As the defending champions, as per IPL norms, SRH hosted both the opening and closing ceremonies of the season. The team finished 3rd on points in the table. They lost against the Kolkata Knight Riders in the eliminator match at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. The team made a below-par total of 128–7 in 20 overs, but the Kolkata Knight Riders' innings was reduced to just six overs due to rain. The revised total was 48, which the Knight Riders met with seven wickets and four balls remaining. Bhuvneshwar Kumar was able to retain the Purple Cap[29] while David Warner won the Orange Cap.[30]

For the 2018 season, the Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals were reinstated in the league after serving a two-year suspension from the competition due to the involvement of their players in the 2013 IPL betting scandal.[31] The IPL governing council decided that a maximum of five players can be retained by each IPL team. SRH retained only two players and released all remaining players from the squad. The retention of two players meant SRH went in to the 2018 IPL auction with 59 crore in their auction purse and three right-to-match (RTM) cards. The salary deduction for every retained player from the franchise's salary purse was stipulated to be 15 crore, 11 crore and 7 crore if three players were retained; 12.5 crore and 8.5 crore if two players were retained; and 12.5 crore if only one player was retained. For retaining an uncapped player, salary deduction was set at 3 crore.[32][33] David Warner had stepped down from captaincy on 28 March 2018 and the BCCI announced that he will not be allowed to play in IPL 2018 following the Australian ball-tampering controversy.[34] On 29 March, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson was chosen to lead SRH for the 2018 season. On 31 March, England batsman Alex Hales was announced as replacement for the banned David Warner.[35][36][37] SRH finished the 2018 season as runners-up of the competition after losing to Chennai Super Kings in the final with 10 wins and seven losses.[38] Williamson won the Orange Cap with 735 runs.[39]

Ahead of the auction, SRH traded Shikhar Dhawan to Delhi Capitals in favour of Shahbaz Nadeem, Vijay Shankar and Abhishek Sharma. SRH retained 17 players and released nine players. On auction day (18 December 2018) SRH bought three new players; Jonny Bairstow, Martin Guptill and Wriddhiman Saha, the latter of which was bought back in the auction after initially being released. David Warner made a comeback to IPL on 24 March 2019 after he was banned by BCCI to participate in 2018 season due to Australian ball-tampering controversy. SRH decided to stay with Kane Williamson as captain and Bhuvneshwar Kumar as vice-captain. Before start of the season, Williamson was nursing an injury and Kumar led the team in the first game against Kolkata Knight Riders and from the third game till the sixth game. SRH ended the 2019 season with 6 wins and 9 losses. They lost against Delhi Capitals in the Eliminator at Dr. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam. David Warner won the orange cap in this season.[40]

Ahead of the auction, SRH retained 18 players and released 5 players. On auction day (19 December 2019) SRH bought 7 new players including the likes of Mitchell Marsh and Priyam Garg among others. SRH parted ways with Tom Moody and Simon Helmot and named Trevor Bayliss and Brad Haddin as Head coach and Assistant Coach respectively. On 27 February 2020, David Warner was reinstated as captain of SRH replacing Kane Williamson.[41] SRH ended their 2020 campaign with 8 wins and 8 losses. In the playoffs, they beat the Royal Challengers Bangalore before losing to the Delhi Capitals in the Qualifier 2 at Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi with David Warner as their highest run-scorer for the season.

2021: Current Season[edit]

Ahead of the auction, SRH retained 22 players and released 5 players. On auction day (18 February 2021) SRH bought 3 players - J Suchith, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, and Kedar Jadhav. In addition, SRH added Tom Moody back to the staff team as the Director of Cricket.

Following the team's poor start to the season with 1 win from 7 games, SRH announced Kane Williamson as their captain for the remainder of the season replacing David Warner.[42]

Home ground[edit]

The Sunrisers Hyderabad cheerleaders

The Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium is the principal cricket stadium in Hyderabad, Telangana state, India and is the home ground of the Sunrisers Hyderabad. It is owned by the Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA). It is located in the eastern suburb of Uppal and has a seating capacity of 55,000.

In 2015, the 40,000-capacity Dr. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA–VDCA Cricket Stadium, which is located in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, was selected as the secondary home ground for Sunrisers Hyderabad and the team played their first three home games there that season.

During the 2017 season, as the Sunrisers Hyderabad were defending IPL champions, they hosted the season opener and final. SRH selected their primary home ground to host their home games.

During the 2019 season, Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium was selected to host the IPL final after the BCCI decided to shift the match from M. A. Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai after TNCA failed to secure permission to open three locked stands for the match.[43] Hyderabad Cricket Association won the award for best ground and pitch during 2019 IPL.[44]

Seasons[edit]

Key

  • TBD = To be decided
Year Indian Premier League
2013 Playoffs (4th)
2014 League Stage (6th)
2015 League Stage (6th)
2016 Champions
2017 Playoffs (4th)
2018 Runners-up
2019 Playoffs (4th)
2020 Playoffs (3rd)
2021 TBD

Head coaches[edit]

No Name Nationality From To Record
1 Tom Moody  Australia April 2013 May 2019 1 Title (2016), 4 playoffs appearances.
2 Trevor Bayliss  Australia April 2020 Present 1 playoffs appearance

Captains[edit]

Last updated on 1 May 2021
No. Nat. Name From To GP W L T NR Win %
1 Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara[a] 2013 2013 9 4 4 1 0 50.00
2 Australia Cameron White[a] 2013 2013 8 5 3 0 0 62.50
3 India Shikhar Dhawan[b] 2013 2014 16 7 9 0 0 43.75
4 Saint Lucia Darren Sammy 2014 2014 4 2 2 0 0 50.00
5 Australia David Warner[c] 2015 2017 68 35 30 2 1 52.00
2020 2021
6 New Zealand Kane Williamson[c] 2018 2019 26 14 11 1 0 55.76
2021 present
7 India Bhuvneshwar Kumar[d] 2019 2019 6 2 4 0 0 33.33
Total 137 69 63 4 1 51.00
Source:[46]
  1. ^ a b Kumar Sangakkara and Cameron White shared the captaincy for the 2013 IPL Season, with Sangakkara the first nine matches and White the remaining eight.
  2. ^ Shikhar Dhawan led the team from the 2013 CLT20 to the 2014 IPL.[45]
  3. ^ a b David Warner and Kane Williamson shared the captaincy for the 2021 IPL Season, with Warner the first six matches and Williamson the remaining matches of the season.
  4. ^ Bhuvneshwar Kumar stood in as captain for the first few games as regular captain Kane Williamson was nursing an injury during 2019 Indian Premier League.

Current Squad[edit]

  • Players with international caps are listed in bold.
  •  *  denotes a player who is currently unavailable for selection.
  •  *  denotes a player who is unavailable for rest of the season.
No. Name Nat Birth date Batting style Bowling style Signed year Salary Notes
Batsmen
18 Kedar Jadhav India (1985-03-26) 26 March 1985 (age 36) Right-handed Right-arm off break 2021 2 crore (US$280,000)
31 David Warner Australia (1986-10-27) 27 October 1986 (age 34) Left-handed Right-arm leg break 2018 12 crore (US$1.7 million) Overseas
21 Manish Pandey India (1989-09-10) 10 September 1989 (age 31) Right-handed 2018 11 crore (US$1.5 million)
20 Jason Roy England (1990-07-21) 21 July 1990 (age 30) Right-handed Right-arm medium 2021 2 crore (US$280,000) Overseas, Replacement for Mitchell Marsh[47]
22 Kane Williamson New Zealand (1990-08-08) 8 August 1990 (age 30) Right-handed Right-arm off break 2018 3 crore (US$420,000) Captain,Overseas
8 Virat Singh India (1997-12-08) 8 December 1997 (age 23) Left-handed Right-arm leg spin 2020 1.9 crore (US$270,000)
11 Priyam Garg India (2000-11-30) 30 November 2000 (age 20) Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast 2020 1.9 crore (US$270,000)
1 Abdul Samad India (2001-10-28) 28 October 2001 (age 19) Right-handed Right-arm leg break 2020 20 lakh (US$28,000)
All-rounders
7 Mohammad Nabi Afghanistan (1985-01-01) 1 January 1985 (age 36) Right-handed Right-arm off break 2018 1 crore (US$140,000) Overseas
59 Vijay Shankar India (1991-01-26) 26 January 1991 (age 30) Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast 2019 3.2 crore (US$450,000)
5 Mitchell Marsh Australia (1991-10-20) 20 October 1991 (age 29) Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast 2020 2 crore (US$280,000) Overseas
98 Jason Holder Barbados (1991-11-05) 5 November 1991 (age 29) Right-handed Right-arm fast 2020 75 lakh (US$110,000) Overseas
4 Abhishek Sharma India (2000-09-04) 4 September 2000 (age 20) Left-handed Left-arm orthodox 2019 55 lakh (US$77,000)
Wicket-keepers
6 Wriddhiman Saha India (1984-10-24) 24 October 1984 (age 36) Right-handed 2018 1.2 crore (US$170,000)
36 Shreevats Goswami India (1989-05-18) 18 May 1989 (age 32) Left-handed Right-arm medium 2018 1 crore (US$140,000)
51 Jonny Bairstow England (1989-09-26) 26 September 1989 (age 31) Right-handed 2019 2.2 crore (US$310,000) Overseas
Spin Bowlers
88 Shahbaz Nadeem India (1989-08-12) 12 August 1989 (age 31) Right-handed Left-arm orthodox spin 2019 3.2 crore (US$450,000)
45 Jagadeesha Suchith India (1994-01-16) 16 January 1994 (age 27) Left-handed Left-arm orthodox spin 2021 30 lakh (US$42,000)
19 Rashid Khan Afghanistan (1998-09-20) 20 September 1998 (age 22) Right-handed Right-arm leg break 2018 9 crore (US$1.3 million) Overseas
77 Mujeeb Ur Rahman Afghanistan (2001-03-28) 28 March 2001 (age 20) Right-handed Right-arm off break 2021 1.5 crore (US$210,000) Overseas
Pace Bowlers
15 Bhuvneshwar Kumar India (1990-02-05) 5 February 1990 (age 31) Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast 2018 8.5 crore (US$1.2 million) Teams vice captain
9 Siddarth Kaul India (1990-05-19) 19 May 1990 (age 31) Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast 2018 3.8 crore (US$530,000)
44 T. Natarajan India (1991-04-04) 4 April 1991 (age 30) Left-handed Left-arm medium-fast 2018 40 lakh (US$56,000)
66 Sandeep Sharma India (1993-05-18) 18 May 1993 (age 28) Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast 2018 3 crore (US$420,000)
30 Basil Thampi India (1993-09-11) 11 September 1993 (age 27) Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast 2018 95 lakh (US$130,000)
25 Khaleel Ahmed India (1997-12-05) 5 December 1997 (age 23) Right-handed Left-arm medium-fast 2018 3 crore (US$420,000)
Source:SRH Players

Administration and support staff[edit]

Position Name
Owner India Kalanithi Maran
CEO India Kaviya Maran [48]
General Manager,Auction strategist India Srinath Bhashyam
Director of cricket Australia Tom Moody
Head coach Australia Trevor Bayliss
Assistant coach Australia Brad Haddin
Batting Coach India V. V. S. Laxman
Bowling Coach Sri Lanka Muttiah Muralitharan
Fielding coach India Biju George
Physio Australia Theo Kapakoulakis
Physical trainer Sri Lanka Mario Villavarayan
Performance and Video Analyst India Shrinivas Chandrasekaran
Source:

Former players[edit]

Indian Players Overseas Players

Kit manufacturers and sponsors[edit]

Year Kit manufacturers Shirt sponsor (chest) Shirt sponsor (back) Chest Branding
2013 Puma MakeMyTrip SpiceJet LIVE(IN) Jeans
2014 TYKA Sports WHSmith Red FM 93.5
2015 Red FM 93.5 Idea Justdial
2016 UltraTech Cement Red FM 93.5
2017 Red FM 93.5 Sun Direct
2018 Red FM 93.5 Manforce Rupa
2019 Coolwinks Red FM
2020 JK Lakshmi Cement RALCO Tyres Valvoline
2021 Kent RO Systems

Result summary[edit]

IPL[edit]

By season[edit]

Last match updated was against Delhi Capitals on 8 November 2020
Year Round Position GP W L T NR Win %
2013 Playoffs 4th 17 10 7 0 0 58.82
2014 League stage 6th 14 6 8 0 0 42.86
2015 League stage 6th 14 7 7 0 0 50.00
2016 Champions 1st 17 11 6 0 0 64.70
2017 Playoffs 4th 15 8 6 0 1 57.14
2018 Runners-up 2nd 17 10 7 0 0 58.82
2019 Playoffs 4th 15 6 9 0 0 40.00
2020 Playoffs 3rd 16 8 8 0 0 50.00
Total 1 Title 125 66 58 0 1 53.00

By opposition[edit]

Opposition Years GP W L T NR Win ℅
Chennai Super Kings 2013–15, 2018–present 14 4 10 0 0 28.57
Delhi Capitals 2013–present 18 11 7 0 0 61.11
Gujarat Lions 2016–17 5 5 0 0 0 100.00
Kings XI Punjab 2013–present 16 11 5 0 0 68.75
Kolkata Knight Riders 2013–present 19 7 12 0 0 36.84
Mumbai Indians 2013–present 16 8 9 0 0 47.75
Pune Warriors India 2013 2 2 0 0 0 100.00
Rajasthan Royals 2013–15, 2018–present 13 7 6 0 0 54.54
Rising Pune Supergiant 2016–17 4 1 3 0 0 25.00
Royal Challengers Bangalore 2013–present 18 10 7 0 1 55.55
Total 2013–19 125 66 58 0 1 53.00
Team now defunct
Last updated on 8 November 2020

CLT20[edit]

By season[edit]

Year Round Position GP W L T NR Win ℅
2013 Group stage 7th 7 3 3 0 1 42.85
2014 Did not qualify
Total Group stage (x1) 7 3 3 0 1 42.85

By opposition[edit]

Opposition Years GP W L T NR % win
India Chennai Super Kings 2013–15 1 0 1 0 0 0.00
Australia Brisbane Heat 2013–15 1 0 0 0 1 0.00
Pakistan Faisalabad Wolves 2013–15 1 1 0 0 0 100.00
Sri Lanka Kandurata Maroons 2013–13 1 1 0 0 0 100.00
New Zealand Otago Volts 2013–15 1 0 1 0 0 0.00
South Africa Titans 2013–15 1 0 1 0 0 0.00
 Trinidad and Tobago 2013–13 1 1 0 0 0 100.00
Total 2013–15 7 3 3 0 1 42.85
Team now defunct + not IPL team
Not IPL team

Fixtures and results[edit]

IPL[edit]

2013 season[edit]

2014 season[edit]

2015 season[edit]

2016 season[edit]

2017 season[edit]

2018 season[edit]

2019 season[edit]

2020 season[edit]

CLT20[edit]

2013 season[edit]

Awards and achievements[edit]

2013 Indian Premier League
2014 Indian Premier League
2015 Indian Premier League
  • Winner of Orange Cap (David Warner – 562 runs)
  • David Warner becomes the first player to score 50+ as a captain[50]
  • Yes Bank Maximum Super Sixes Competition (Moises Henriques – 106 metres)[citation needed]
  • Hat-trick Winning Streak
  • Best Catches of the Season (David Warner)
  • IPL Awards: Most Fours (David Warner – 65)
  • IPL Awards: Best Bowling Average (Moises Henriques – 14.36)
2016 Indian Premier League
  • Champions of the 2016 Indian Premier League
  • Player of the Final (Ben Cutting)
  • Winner of Purple Cap (Bhuvneshwar Kumar – 23 wickets)
  • Fair Play Award Winner
  • Emerging Player of the Year (Mustafizur Rahman)
  • Ball of the Tournament (Mustafizur Rahman)
  • Vitara Brezza Glam Shot of the Season (David Warner)
  • Longest Six of the Tournament (Ben Cutting – 117 metres)
  • Yes Bank Maximum Super Sixes Competition (David Warner)
  • IPL Awards: Most Fours (David Warner – 88)
  • IPL Awards: Most Bowling Dots (Bhuvneshwar Kumar – 156)
2017 Indian Premier League
  • Play-Offs of the 2017 Indian Premier League
  • Winner of Orange Cap (David Warner – 641 runs)
  • David Warner scores the highest run total as a captain in all IPL seasons
  • Winner of Purple Cap (Bhuvneshwar Kumar – 26 wickets)
  • Vitara Brezza Glam Shot of the Season (Yuvraj Singh)
  • IPL Awards: Highest Individual Score (David Warner – 126)
  • IPL Awards: Most Fours (David Warner – 63)
  • David Warner becomes the first player to score 100+ as a captain as well as for Sunrisers Hyderabad
2018 Indian Premier League
2019 Indian Premier League
  • Play-Offs of 2019 Indian Premier League
  • Highest successful chase for Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL history (199 against Rajasthan Royals at home).
  • Jonny Bairstow became the second player and first keeper-batsmen for Sunrisers Hyderabad to score 100+.
  • David Warner scored his second IPL hundred for SRH.
  • David Warner and Jonny Bairstow became the first opening pair to get 100s each in IPL history and for Sunrisers Hyderabad. It is the 2nd instance in IPL and fourth instance overall of two batsmen scoring century in a single innings.
  • David Warner and Jonny Bairstow (Sunrisers Hyderabad) recorded the highest first-wicket partnership in the IPL (185 runs).[56]
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad recorded their highest total in the IPL (231/2).[56]
  • Hyderabad's win against Bangalore was the largest winning margin for them in terms of runs (118 runs).[56]
  • It was the second instance of two batsmen scoring hundreds in the same match in the IPL, and the fourth overall instance in a T20 match.[56]
  • Mohammad Nabi recorded the second-best bowling figures for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL (4/11 vs RCB)[56]
  • Winner of Orange cap: '(David Warner - 692 runs)'[57]
  • Fair Play Award Winner[58]
2020 Indian Premier League

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