Sunrisers Hyderabad captain David Warner plays a shot during the 2016 Indian Premier League (IPL) Twenty20 cricket match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore at The Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad on April 30. NOAH SEELAM/AFP/Getty Images

Australian openers David Warner and Aaron Finch have gone unsold in the 2022 men's Hundred draft, while a stack of Aussie women were in high demand fresh off their World Cup victory last Sunday.

Warner and Finch joined other undrafted Aussies Steve Smith, Jhye Richardson and Josh Inglis, as well as household international names in Chris Gayle, Tabraiz Shamsi, Babar Azam and Mohammad Amir to go unsold.

But 11 Aussie women will take part in the women's Hundred (eight taken in Tuesday's draft), while seven Australian men were drafted on Tuesday (total of 10 Aussie men in the Hundred).

After stunning performances in last year's T20 World Cup, Matthew Wade (Birmingham Phoenix: $215,000 AUD) and Adam Zampa (Welsh Fire: $173,000 AUD) were among the eight Australian men to be picked up in the draft.

Riley Meredith (London Spirit: $129,000 AUD) will be heading to England this winter, alongside Hilton Cartwright (Oval Invincibles: $86,000 AUD), Kane Richardson (Birmingham Phoenix: $103,000 AUD), Sean Abbott (Manchester Originals: $103,000 AUD) and Tim David (Southern Brave: $86,000 AUD) while Marcus Stoinis (Southern Brave) and Glenn Maxwell (London Spirit) have been retained.

Meg Lanning and her team of stars were swooped upon in the women's draft, with seven members from the World Cup victory on Sunday among the eleven Australian women to lineup in the women's Hundred.

Lanning and Alana King (both Trent Rockets) headline the World Cup winning draftees, alongside Megan Schutt, Beth Mooney (both London Spirit), Rachael Haynes, Annabel Sutherland (both Welsh Fire), Tahlia McGrath (Southern Brave), while the injured Sophie Molineux (Birmingham Phoenix) was also picked up.

They join Ellyse Perry (Phoenix), Alyssa Healy (Northern Superchargers) and Amanda-Jade Wellington (Brave), already retained from last year.