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IPL 2024: Most successful IPL power hitters

IPL 2024: Most successful IPL power hitters

Most successful IPL power hitters
From MS Dhoni to Rohit Sharma, take a look at the most successful IPL power hitters.

IPL 2024: The limited overs cricket demands terrific ball striking capabilities. The six hitting ability is in much in demand in the Indian Premier League (IPL) as well. In this article, we will take a look at the most successful IPL power hitters. Let us take a look:

Most successful IPL power hitters:

POSPlayerMatRunsHS6s
1Chris Gayle1424965175*357
2AB de Villiers1845162133*251
3Rohit Sharma2275879109*240
4MS Dhoni234497884*229
5Kieron Pollard189341287*223

Chris Gayle

The Universe Boss has certainly the best batter in the T20 format due to his power hitting and consistency during all these years. In IPL history, Chris Gayle has hit 357 sixes in 142 matches.

AB de Villiers

One of the best overseas players in the Indian Premier League served the Royal Challengers team well during his IPL career. AB de Villiers is at the 2nd number in the list with 251 sixes and finished the games well in crucial situations by his ability to maintain composure.

Rohit Sharma

Apart from helping Mumbai Indians team to clinch 5 titles, Rohit Sharma has been a standout player in the tournament as well. He has hit 227 sixes and has given good starts to the team and thereby laying a strong platform.

MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni

The Captain Cool has been one of the most successful IPL hitters. MS Dhoni has been a stalwart of the team right from the inaugural edition and has hit 219 maximums in 220 matches.

Kieron Pollard

The West Indies player with immense power and confidence in his abilities and played several match-winning knocks for MI in IPL. Kieron Pollard has struck 214 sixes in 178 matches.

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