IPL 2023 Auction: 3 Star South African Players Who Can Get The Highest Ever Bid In Auction

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South Africa National Cricket Team, Image Credits: Twitter)

South Africa and the IPL have a lengthy relationship. In 2009, the IPL was held there, and various South African athletes frequently competed in the competition. A number of players, including AB De Villiers, David Miller, Imran Tahir, Dale Steyn, and Kagiso Rabada, left a lasting impression on the competition.

We are getting close to the IPL 2023 mini-auction, and the 10 franchises have made some bold decisions ahead of the 2023 season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Prior to the IPL 2023, Kolkata Knight Riders released 15 players, whereas Kane Williamson, the captain and team’s nucleus, was released by Sunrisers Hyderabad. 

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Players have frequently made large sums of money during mini-auctions because teams are now not as hesitant to spend due to increased purse size. Kyle Jamieson and Chris Morris in 2020, and Pat Cummins in 2021. Similarly to this, a few cricketers can command high bids before the mini-auction for their services. 

Let’s have a look at the 3-star South African players who can get the highest-ever bid In the IPL 2023 auction. 

IPL 2023 Auction: 3 Star South African Players Who Can Get The Highest Ever Bid In Auction

Rilee Rossouw

Rilee Roussouw
Rilee Roussouw (Image- Twitter)

In terms of cricket, Rilee Rossouw is at the height of his powers. He has scored two consecutive hundreds and is becoming a hot topic in cricket. He is a highly remarkable hitter because of the wealth of experience he has gained in the T20 circuit as well as his six-hitting skills.

In a T20 World Cup, he just scored 109 runs in 56 balls, a powerful effort, and this was the fourth-fastest hundred. The IPL 2023 auction could see significant bids for the left-handed batsman who did not play for the South African team between 2016 and July this year after taking a Kolpak deal.

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