In what was a controversy-filled IPL 2022 season for Chennai Super Kings, the 4-time IPL champions failed to reach the playoffs for only the second time in their history. Ravindra Jadejas captaincy reign lasted only 8 matches before MS Dhoni took back the duties. CSK finished with only 4 wins in 14 matches, 9th at the points table, ahead of the Mumbai Indians only on net run rate.
The Chennai-based franchise will look to bounce back – like they always had – come the IPL 2023. For that, they will have to build the squad at the auction, which will take place in mid-December.
IPL 2023 Auction: 3 Players If Retained By Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Can Cause Much Damage Than Good
Chris Jordan was brought by CSK for 3.6 crores with a lot of hopes to give them assurance in the death overs as Dwayne Bravo is aging and had retired from international cricket. However, Jordan flattered to deceive: in 4 matches he picked only 2 wickets and leaked at more than 10 runs an over; his economy rose to 14.27 in the death overs.