IPL 2020: From Sanju Samson to Rahul Tewatia, 5 batsmen who have the best strike-rate
First Published 5, Oct 2020, 4:13 PM
Irrespective of the venue, batsmen continue to adopt their free hard-hitting batting style in this IPL season too. Let’s look at some of the players with significant strike-rates this season.
With almost two weeks to the commencement of the cricketing bonanza, the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) has brought the luster back with it again. Of all the thrillers that have been entertaining the fans, here are some of the players with the best strike-rates in IPL 2020 so far.
The soul of Mumbai Indians (MI), Pollard has recently completed his 150 matches with the franchise. This Windies all-rounder is so very loyal and always gives his cent percent with the bat and the ball. With his massive hitting in this season, he has been able to maintain a strike-rate of 208.97, thereby topping this list.
This Rajasthan Royals (RR) player nearly takes the opposition bowling for a ride. He effortlessly hits the big shots and he has played a pivotal role in RR’s regular wins. He has a strike-rate of 198.83, and is second on the list.
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Third, on the list is Mr 360 from Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). The legendary Proteas batsman has contributed significantly to the franchise this time. Besides, his team also looks promising, who is currently at the third position in the IPL points table. He has a strike-rate of 178.04, so far.
Remember this power hitter from Rajasthan Royals, who has emerged as a power-finisher this season? Well, the name Tewatia might be resounding, as he has often turned tables in the death overs and made winnings favorable for RR. Currently, he is fourth on the list of power hitters, with a strike-rate of 165.57.
Despite the fact he has set new fielding standards this season after he saved an exceptionally unbelievable six hit by Sanju Samson, his performance with the willow is no different. He has hammered many boundaries and has a strike-rate of 163.01, as of now, this season.