Recap of the 2022 IPL
The Indian Premier League 2022, also known as IPL 15 or Tata IPL 2022 for sponsorship reasons, was the fifteenth season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), a twenty20 professional cricket competition organized by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2007. The tournament was played from March 26, 2022, to May 29, 2022. The tournament's group stage was played entirely in the state of Maharashtra, with Mumbai and Pune hosting the games. The full tournament schedule was announced on March 6, 2022.
The season saw the expansion of the league with the addition of two new franchises. As such, this was the second ten-team season after the 2011 tournament. The Chennai Super Kings were the defending champions, winning their fourth title last season.
In the final, the Gujarat Titans defeated the Rajasthan Royals by seven wickets to win their first IPL title.
INDIAN PREMIER LEAGUE 2022
Chennai Super Kings won the 2021 IPL and will play the first game of the 2022 IPL Cricket against last season's runners-up Kolkata Knight Riders. For the first time since its inception in 2008, teams were split into two virtual groups during the IPL competition phase, which could have far-reaching implications for IPL results.
The 70 matches of the 2022 IPL Cricket competition phase were played at four venues in Mumbai and Pune. Over the years, the competitive phase of the IPL has always been played in a home-away format, with each team playing the same opponent twice, but there was a change in the 15th edition.
The number of teams in IPL 2022 was increased to 10 with the addition of two new franchises - Gujarat Titans and Lucknow Super Giants, but the number of games per team remained at 14. The 10 teams played a total of 14 league games out of 70 league games. Games followed by the 4 playoff games. Each team played twice against 5 teams and the remaining 4 teams only once.
To decide this, teams were assigned to two virtual groups based on the number of IPL championships won, followed by the number of finals contested by each team. At IPL 2022, Group A consists of Mumbai Indians, KKR, Rajasthan Royals, Delhi Capitals, and Lucknow Super Giants. Group B has Chennai Super Kings, SunRrisers Hyderabad, Royal Challengers Bengaluru, Punjab Kings, and Gujarat Titans.
Each team played twice with the teams in their group and with the team in the same row of the second group. They only play once a season with the other teams in the second group.
The Gujarat Titans won the IPL trophy on their debut
A new team and a new captain gave their all at the 2022 IPL Cricket. The newcomers lost just four of their 16 games en route to the title, the fewest losses in a season after the Rajasthan Royals' three inaugural champions in 2008. Hardik Pandya, who had previously won four titles with the Mumbai Indians, lifted the trophy in his first season as captain - his record now stands at five wins in five IPL finals.
IPL 2022: List of players who won the award
The fifteenth season of the Tata Indian Premier League (IPL) drew its curtain on May 29 following the epic final at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The biggest cricket festival, the Indian Premier League ended with the Gujarat Titans (GT) winning the tournament, convincingly defeating Rajasthan Royals to win their first title of the inaugural season.
The tournament came with some ups and downs, but defied all odds and came to a successful conclusion last night. A whopping 74 games were scheduled in the tournament with 10 teams. While all league games (70) were played at four different locations in Maharashtra, the playoffs were held in Kolkata and Ahmedabad.
IPL 2022 Awards – Complete List of Award Winners:
Jos Buttler: Orange Cap Winner, IPL 2022 Most Valuable Player, Most Fours and Sixes
The Rajasthan Royals opener single-handedly led his team to the final and was crowned Most Valuable Player of the Season in a fantastic season for the English cricketer. Buttler also won the Orange Cap Award for most runs in the season. The Royals' opener finished the season with 863 runs in 17 games with four centuries. The 31-year-old also won awards for most borders hit in the tournament (83) and most sixes (45). The right-hander also received the "Powerplayer of the Season" award.
The IPL 2022 Aramco Orange Cap (named after sponsors) will be awarded to the player who scores the most runs in the IPL 2022 season. Orange Cap was introduced on April 25, 2008, one week after the 2008 IPL tournament (Inaugural Edition).
The IPL 2022 Orange Cap winner will receive a monetary award of INR 10 lakhs at the post-season presentation show.
Jos Buttler from Rajasthan Royals won the IPL 2022 Aramco Orange Cap. Buttler hit 863 runs in 17 games with a batting average of 149.05, including 4 centuries and 4 half centuries.
Yuzvendra Chahal: Purple Cap Winner IPL 2022
The IPL 2022 Aramco Purple Cap (named after sponsors) will be awarded to the player who picks the most wickets this season. If more than one bowler had the same number of wickets in the pocket, the bowler with a superior economy rate would have the purple cap.
Immediately following the April 25, 2008 introduction of the Orange Cap, the IPL announced on May 13, 2008, the introduction of the Purple Cap. The IPL 2022 Purple Cap winner will receive a cash award of INR 10 lakhs at the post-season show presentation.
Rajasthan Royals' Yuzvendra Chahal won the IPL 2022 Aramco Purple Cap. Chahal recorded 27 wickets against an economy of 7.75 in 17 matches he played.
What is the price of a Purple Cap holder in IPL?
The player would receive a prize of Rs 10 lakh for his impressive performance.
Evin Lewis: IPL 2022 Catch of the season
LSG cricketer Evin Lewis was awarded the award of the season for his one-handed try against the Kolkata Knight Riders during the competition phase. Lewis' brilliant fieldwork helped the team qualify for the IPL Playoffs.
Lockie Ferguson: Fast delivery of the season
At the 2022 IPL final, Lockie Ferguson broke Umran Malik's record for the fastest delivery of the season. The Kiwi Pacer hit 157.3 km/h on Sunday, beating Umran Malik's 157 km/h.
Fair Play Award: Shared by Gujarat Titans & Rajasthan Royals
The Rajasthan Royals topped the Fair Play Awards list with 170 points, while the Gujarat Titans took second place with 160 points.
Who won the Power Player of the Season in IPL 2022?
Jos Buttler has won the Power Player of the Season in the IPL 2022. Buttler has 863 runs with a batting average of 149.05 in the IPL 2022 season.
Buttler also collected 4 Centuries and 4 Half Centuries, including 83 4s and 45 6s.
What is the prize money for the Power Player of the Season prize in IPL?
The player will receive an award amount of Rs. 10 lakh for receiving this award.
Who won the IPL 2022 Fairplay Award?
The fair play award is given to the team with the best fair play record after each season. The winner will be determined based on the points awarded to the teams by the referees.
Gujrat Titans and Rajasthan Royals have jointly won the IPL 2022 Fair Play Award.
Dinesh Karthik: Super Striker of the Season
The 36-year-old wicketkeeper batsman played the role of finisher to the last detail. Karthik made some stunning cameos in the final overs of the RCB innings throughout the season and helped the team reach the play-offs. Karthik, who holds the overall record, hit 330 runs in 16 matches with a batting average of 183.33 with an amazing 55 average.
Emerging player: Umran Malik
Umran Malik was the find of the season as he made deliveries over 150km/h with ease. The Kashmiri pacer finished the season with 22 wickets and nearly threw the fastest delivery of the season, only ahead of Lockie Ferguson.
The Young Player of the Year is awarded to young players who have demonstrated outstanding performance throughout the season. The prize will be awarded taking into account the following eligibility.
The players with fewer than 5 Tests, 20 One Day Internationals (ODI), and 25 IPL games at the start of the season are eligible for the award.
The prize can only be won once, it is not eligible for the prize again even if the criteria are met.
Umran Malik was named Emerging Player of the Year in IPL 2022. The SRH Speedster picked 22 wickets with an economy of 9.03.
Who won the game changer of the season in IPL 2022?
The Game-Changer of the Season award is presented to the player who changed the course of play with his racquet or racquet in favor of his team. The award is based on the entire season, including league games and playoffs.
Jos Buttler won the IPL 2022 Game Changer for his 1,318 points in the IPL 2022 season.
What is the prize amount for Game Changer of the Season in IPL 2022?
The player with the Aspiring Player of the Year award in IPL will receive a prize pool of Rs. 10 lakhs.
Who Won the Maximum Sixes Award at IPL 2022?
For sponsorship reasons, the Maximum Sixes Award is currently known as the Unacademy Let's Crack It Sixes Award and is awarded to the player who hits the most sixes during the season.
In a competitive short format like IPL, every batsman tries to hit sixes on almost every ball he encounters. While setting a goal or chasing a goal, the hitters attempt to push the ball past the boundary rope to block the action.
Jos Buttler won the Maximum Sixes award in IPL 2022. Buttler hit 45 sixes in his 17 matches.
What is the prize amount for the Maximum Sixes Award in IPL?
The player would receive a prize amount of Rs.10 lakh if he takes the prize for reaching a maximum number of sixes.
Who won the Most Valuable Player Award in IPL 2022?
For sponsorship reasons, the Most Valuable Player Award was named the Upstox Most Valuable Player. The Most Valuable Player Award is based on the points system.
Player points are calculated using the following point system:
· Every four hits equal 2.5 points
· Six hits and a wicket taken are worth 3.5 points each
· Each point ball thrown is worth 1 point
· Each catch made and the blunt are each equal to 2.5 points
Jos Buttler has won the IPL 2022 Most Valuable Player. Buttler scored 387.5 points this season to take home that honor.
What is the prize amount for the Most Valuable Player Award in IPL?
An extra Rs. 10 lakh will be given to the player who wins the Most Valuable Player award.