Rohit Sharma is the apparent player for the retention, and no one could disagree. He was the one who turned the fate of MI in IPL 2013. Under his leadership, Mumbai Indians have gained five titles and became the most successful team in IPL’s history. Fans are sure to lead MI in IPL 2022. However, it is clear now that his form has gone down over the last few years.
Jasprit Bumrah should be the second player to retain. He has been a valuable element of the team over the years. Bumrah pulled MI out every time it was in danger. He shows why he is one of the best bowlers in all formats every IPL match. The player scored 21 wickets in 14 games in IPL 2021 with an economy rate under 8.
Suryakumar Yadav is probably the most questionable decision for retention. He has shown a bad form for the majority of the IPL 2021 season. Nevertheless, he showed why he is still a strong team element in the last match against SRH. Yadav scored 317 runs at an average of 22.64 over the 14 games in IPL 2021.
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