These are the top 10 players with maximum sixes in IPL 2021 season so far

Oct 14, 2021

By: Vaamanaa Sethi

KL Rahul — 30

The Punjab Kings (PBKS) skipper, who has always exhibited great skills in wicket-keeping and batting, has hammered 30 sixes in this entire season with a strike rate of 138.80.

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Ruturaj Gaikwad — 22

The 22-year old batsman, who made his IPL debut in 2020, has performed exceptionally well for Chennai Super Kings this season. He has 22 sixes under his name with an average of 46.38.

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Glenn Maxwell — 21

The Royal Challengers Bangalore all-rounder is known for his destructive batting and has a record tally of 21 sixes in this season with a strike rate of 144.10.

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Faf du Plessis — 20

The right-handed batsman from South Africa who had a very successful IPL debut with Chennai, has whipped 20 sixes with an average of 42.07.

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Mayank Agarwal — 18

The second most important batsman in Punjab Kings team after KL Rahul, Agarwal had a very successful season with 18 sixes under his name with a strike rate of 140.44.

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Prithvi Shaw — 18

The 22-year old batsman who has the ability to perform in crucial games has impressed everyone with his exceptional performance. He has hammered 18 sixes with an average of 31.93.

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Sanju Samson — 17

Skipper of Rajasthan Royals and wicket-keeper batsman of the team, Samson recorded 17 sixes in the tournament with a strike rate of 136.72.

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Ambati Rayudu — 17

Rayudu who was once referred as ‘India’s next batting star’ maintained his record tally with 17 sixes with an average of 28.55.

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Nitish Rana — 17

Rana is known for his ability to stabilise the innings and accelerate when required. He hit the ball off the park 17 times with a strike rate of 122.36.

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Kieron Pollard — 16

All-rounder from West Indies, who has been a consistent player for Mumbai Indians, whipped 16 sixes in this season with an average of 30.62.

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