The BCCI has announced the names of 17 players who will play in the upcoming BCCI Twenty22 World Cup. The latest addition to the list is Ravindra Jadeja. The right-arm spinner had been part of India’s T20 World Cup campaign last month and the Test series against New Zealand in November. He was force to withdraw from the South Africa series due to injury but was quick brought back into the team for the home series against Sri Lanka. He had a strong outing. Two other cricketers were also promote to the A category, Mohammed Shami and Rishabh Pant.

Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara were demote to Group B. This comes after the BCCI finalized its list of players for the upcoming season. Hardik Pandya, who hasn’t play a single international match since the T20 World Cup in UAE last year, has demote to Grade B. In the women’s Central Contracts, Deepti Sharma and Harmanpreet Kaur have promote to Group A. Poonam Yadav has also promote to Group C.

The BCCI has finalized 17 players for the upcoming BCCI Twenty22 season. but the players in Grade A+ receive seven crores each. Meanwhile, Grade B and C get five crores each. This is a big step forward for the Indian team, as these players will be earning more money. With the newfound money, they will be able to play the most exciting game in the world.

The BCCI has finalized the names of the 17 players for the BCCI 2022 central contracts. The list of 17 players was release on Wednesday, and there is no reason to panic. The new government is commit to improving the quality of the game. However, the upcoming Test series against Sri Lanka is going to be a test for the men’s team. There is a lot of uncertainty in the post-T20 world cup era, but this does not mean that India will lose out on a high-caliber international team.

Cric Gator has finalized the central contracts for the 2022-23 season. The central contracts list also features a number of cricketers who have promote. Rohit Sharma has promote to grade A and Ajinkya Rahane has promote to grade B. Interestingly, two other players were demote to Grade B and one was demote to Grade C. There is still no clear reason to downgrade players from a top-caliber position.

After the BCCI finalized the list of players for the upcoming BCCI season, some players were upgradable. KL Rahul is the stand-in ODI team captain. Rishabh Pant, meanwhile, has been a regular member of the Indian white-ball team for some time. He has recently stepped up her role as the finisher in the Test team.

The BCCI has finalized the central contracts for the next two years. The BCCI has four categories: A+ and B, with the former receiving the highest remuneration of Rs 7 crore per year. The other three categories are A, B, and C. The A+ category is the most lucrative and includes players who earn over Rs 10 million a year. The A+ contract does not include those who are below the grade A salary limit.

There are a few players who were downgrade in BCCI 2022 central contracts. The only player to retain his Grade A+ status is KL Rahul, who has been a regular member of the India white-ball team for several years. He has also become a regular opener in the Test team and will replace Virat Kohli as the captain of the cricket team.

The BCCI has finalized the annual central contracts of 17 players. The three players are Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane, who were in Grade A before, respectively, were demoted. The other two cricketers who were demoted were Ishant Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane. The three-Test veterans are set for Grade B and C, respectively. The A+ Cricgator category is worth Rs 7 crore per year. The Grade B category is worth about Rs 5 crore, and the C grade is worth just over a dollar.