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PBL Season 2 Auction Live Updates Online

Highest amounts - (Overall) Carolina Marin for Hyderabad Hunters at INR 61.5 lacs, (among Indians) Kidambi Srikanth for Awadhe Warriors at INR 51 lacs
Updated: 09 November 2016 15:32 IST - Published: 09 November 2016 10:00 IST
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That wraps up our live coverage of the auctions. Hope you enjoyed it. Goodbye.

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And with that, the auction for the PBL Season 2 ends.

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Prajakta Sawant and rising star Aditya Joshi both head to the Awadhe Warriors and both of them get an identical amount of INR 3 lacs.

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The Bengaluru squad gets completed by the addition of World No. 31 men's singles player Boonsak Ponsana of Thailand who was taken up for INR 10 lacs.

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Markis Kido and Bodin Issara both go to the Awadhe Warriors. While Kido fetched INR 10 lacs, Issara's services are retained for INR 17 lacs.

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The World Junior Championships runner-up Siril Verma goes to the Delhi franchise for INR 4 lacs. And with his inclusion, the Delhi Acers complete their line-up for the upcoming season.

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Reserve Pool results continued:

Arundhati Pantawane - Chennai Smashers (INR 3 lacs)

Akarshi Kashyap - Delhi Acers (INR 3 lacs)

Vrushali G - Mumbai Rockets (INR 3 lacs)

Mohita Sahdev - Mumbai Rockets (INR 3 lacs)

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The Reserve Pool results -

Rituparna Das - Awadhe Warriors (INR 6 lacs)

Meghana J - Hyderabad Hunters (INR 3 lacs)

Krishna Priya - Hyderabad Hunters (INR 3 lacs)

K Maneesha - Delhi Acers (INR 5 lacs)

Ramya Tulasi - Chennai Smashers (INR 3 lacs)

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One of the most talented rising stars of Indian badminton, Satwik Sairaj will stay with Hyderabad for INR 3 lacs

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The reigning Indian national champion Sameer Verma has finally found a team to play for. The Bitburger Open semi-finalist goes to the Hyderabad franchise for INR 11.5 lacs.

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India's Abhishek Yelegar is taken up by the Mumbai franchise for INR 3 lacs.

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Some more updates on Indian shuttlers - One half of the India No. 1 men's doubles team, B Sumeeth Reddy goes to the Chennai side for INR 5 lacs

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Sikki Reddy finally has a taker and absolutely deserves it after her fine performances of late that helped her break into the top 30 of mixed doubles. She goes on to join her regular mixed doubles partner, Pranaav Jerry Chopra in the Bengaluru Blasters squad. The amount she fetched is INR 5 lacs.

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Good news for Indian badminton fans! Manu Attri goes to the Mumbai Rockets for INR 7 lacs while Akshay Dewalkar is retained by the Delhi Acers for an identical amount.

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Update: Danish doubles superstar Mathias Boe still remains UNSOLD.

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Russia's Ivan Sozonov joins his regular men's doubles partner on the circuit, Vladimir Ivanov at the Delhi Acers team. The amount that he fetched is INR 17 lacs.

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Just like his regular men's doubles partner Manu Attri, India's B Sumeeth Reddy too goes to the Reserve Pool.

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Denmark's World No. 13 men's doubles player Mads Pieler Kolding has been taken up by the Chennai Smashers for INR 25 Lacs. 

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Russian doubles star Vladimir Ivanov goes to the Delhi Acers for INR 27 lacs. He was with the Mumbai Rockets in the last season.

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English doubles star Chris Adcock will remain with the Chennai Smashers for INR 26 lacs. His wife and regular mixed doubles partner Gabby Adcock too is in the same team.

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Three of the world's best doubles exponents - Carsten Mogensen, Cai Yun and Bodin Issara found no takers yet and they all move to the reserve pool.

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Hong Kong's World No. 18 men's singles player Wong Wing ki Vincent goes to the Awadhe Warriors for INR 17 lacs.

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One half of the India No. 1 men's doubles team - Manu Attri - has found no takers yet and thus goes to the reserve pool.

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Doubles exponent Pranaav Jerry Chopra, who has recently broken into top 30 of mixed doubles, is snapped up by Bengaluru for INR 10 lacs.

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The place in the Hyderabad Hunters team that was vacated by Parupalli Kashyap, has been filled by B Sai Praneeth. The World No. 34 was sold for INR 21 lacs!

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Kashyap was with the Hyderabad Hunters last season.

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The Commonwealth Games gold medallist Parupalli Kashyap, who is in the middle of a comeback from knee injury, has been taken up by the Chennai Smashers for INR 8 lacs.

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Other Indians who did not get any takers so far in the second leg of the PBL 2 auction so far - Anand Pawar, Harsheel Dani.

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Sourabh's younger brother, Sameer - who is also the reigning Indian national champion - still has no takers and he goes to the reserve pool.

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Great Britain's Rajiv Ouseph was with the champions Delhi Acers in the previous edition. But this time, he goes to the Hyderabad Hunters for INR 17 lacs.

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India's HS Prannoy stays with his 2016 team Mumbai Rockets for INR 22 lacs!

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Thailand's World No. 12 men's singles player Tanongsak S goes to Chennai for 30 lacs!

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The in-form Sourabh Varma, who won his maiden Grand Prix title at the Chinese Taipei Masters last month, goes to Bengaluru for INR 13 lacs

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The second session of the auction has started and the two-time Dutch Open champion Ajay Jayaram goes to the Mumbai Rockets for INR 19 lacs

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The first leg of the auction has ended. As we wait for the rest of the auction, here are a few things you need to know about the PBL Season 2. It is to be held from January 1-14, 2017. Also, there's been a slight change in the name of one team. The Bengaluru Topguns have rechristened themselves as the Bengaluru Blasters.

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World No. 15 Bae Yeon Ju of Korea was among the top players who remained unsold till the end of the women's singles bidding.

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Bidding for women's singles has ended. Some of the Indians who remained unsold till the end includes Shikha Gautam, Prabhjyot Kaur, U Rao, Rasika Raje, Shriyanshi Pardesi, Neha Pandit, 

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