“It would be nice to go back to where I started”

Veteran off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin expressed a desire to return Chennai Super Kings (CSK) first IPL 2022 big auction.

During a chat with former IPL auctioneer Richard Madley, Ashwin was asked where he would see himself in the next season of IPL. The 35-year-old did not hesitate to announce that he wants to return to his old team, which is based in his hometown.

Speaking on his YouTube channel, Ravichandran Ashwin said:

“I’m not really sure, but to be honest, a professional player going anywhere giving his best has to be the ideal way to do it. But yes, I’m 35 now, going to be. great to be back where I am. just started but they had an off-spinner with them in Moeen Ali. So I don’t know how they’re going to continue, so let’s wait and see.”

Ashwin was brought in by CSK in 2008 as a rookie and started selling franchises until 2015. In the 95 games he played for the Yellow Army, the popular off-spinner hit 90 by a margin. average is 24.2.

Ashwin then joined Rising Pune Supergiant when CSK was suspended by IPL in 2016 and 2017 before moving to Kings XI Punjab (now known as Punjab Kings) in 2018.

Ravichandran Ashwin was subsequently traded to Delhi Capitals ahead of IPL 2020 before being released after last season.

“Your future is anywhere and everywhere” – Ravichandran Ashwin in early auction

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The India international is among the 10 cricketers at the IPL 2022 grand prix. Ashwin believes there will be a disadvantage to appearing early in the auction with the franchise still not settled. Ashwin stated:

“Actually, to be honest, I have no clue as to where I might be going. The reason is because the auction was early, some teams had money, some teams kept a lot of people. play and I just feel like it’s going to be kind of a real upside-down curve.”

He added:

“If you come and introduce yourself to the first three or four people in the group, your future is just about anywhere and everywhere. If you come maybe after five players and I think that there are a couple of teams that will have the money and there will be an even match going on and someone will go after.”

Ravichandran Ashwin has set his base price at 2 crores INR. The grand auction will take place on 12 and 13 February in Bengaluru. “It would be nice to go back to where I started”


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