IPL 2022 will be played in India, it’ll be more exciting with two new groups: Jay Shah | Cricket News – Times of India

CHENNAI: Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Secretary Jay Shah on Saturday confirmed that Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 will be played in India.
“I do know you might be all eagerly ready to look at Chennai Super Kings play at Chepauk. The second will not be very far, the fifteenth season of the IPL will happen in India and it will be more exciting with new groups becoming a member of. We have a mega public sale coming as much as see what the new mixture seems to be like,” stated Jay Shah throughout an occasion right here at Chennai.
Talking about Chennai Super Kings’ success, Jay Shah stated: “A lot of credit for CSK’s success over the years has to go to N Srinivasan as he has stood by his team in the difficult times. I must add that Kasi Viswanathan is like a glue that binds the team together. Season by season he has navigated the team.”
“How can one take CSK evenly when you have got a captain like MS Dhoni. Dhoni is the heartbeat and spine of CSK. Mahi is essentially the most profitable captain India has ever produced. The bond he has made and the legacy he has created will keep for ages,” he added.
IPL 2021 was received by CSK and it was the fourth title beneath MS Dhoni’s management.
Earlier, after successful the IPL 2021, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) skipper MS Dhoni remained tight-lipped concerning his participation in the subsequent 12 months’s version of the event.
For IPL 2022, two new groups will be coming in — Ahmedabad and Lucknow. However, Dhoni additionally identified that he nonetheless has not left behind his legacy, hinting that he may simply play the subsequent season for CSK.
“Again I’ve said it before, it depends on BCCI. With two new teams coming in, we have to decide what is good for CSK. It’s not about me being there in top-three or four. It’s about making a strong core to ensure the franchise doesn’t suffer. The core group, we have to have a hard look to see who can contribute for the next 10 years,” Dhoni informed host broadcaster Star Sports on the publish-match presentation.
However, as soon as the broadcaster stated: “You can be proud of the legacy you have left behind”, Dhoni was fast to reply, saying: “Still I haven’t left behind.”

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