Most Sixes In IPL 2009

Most Sixes In IPL 2009: The Indian Premier League (IPL) is one of the most popular T20 cricket tournaments in the world. It attracts the best players from around the world and offers them an opportunity to showcase their skills in front of a global audience. The IPL has seen many record-breaking performances over the years, and one such record was the most sixes hit in the IPL 2009 season.

In the first season of IPL, Rajasthan Royal won their first IPL trophy by defeating Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2008 final match by 3 wickets. In the first season of IPL, Sanath Jayasuriya hit the most sixes, he lofted 31 sixes in 14 matches.

The IPL 2009 season was the second edition of the tournament and was held in South Africa due to the general elections being held in India at the same time. The tournament saw some high-scoring games, with batsmen dominating the proceedings.

If you are looking for the list of the most sixes in IPL 2008 then you landed on the right page because here we will share the complete list of players who lofted the most sixes in IPL 2nd season as well as in single innings in the season.

Most Sixes In IPL 2009 By A Player

1Adam GilchristDEC Logo161649530.93035429
2Matthew HaydenCSK Logo121257252.00056022
3Suresh RainaCSK Logo141443431.00023721
4Rohit SharmaDEC Logo161636227.84012218
5Yuvraj SinghPBKS Logo141434028.33022516
6Dwayne SmithDEC Logo8821526.87001215
7Ross TaylorRCB Logo111128031.11012015
8Yusuf PathanRR Logo131324320.25012412
9Brendon McCullumKKR Logo131328523.75022712
10Herschelle GibbsDEC Logo141437133.72043212

Gilchrist was the captain of the Deccan Chargers team, and he led from the front with his explosive batting. He was in sublime form throughout the tournament and was the leading run-scorer for his team with 495 runs in 16 matches. However, it was his six-hitting prowess that caught the eye of fans and pundits alike.

In IPL 2009, Gilchrist hit a total of 29 sixes, which was the most by any batsman in the tournament. He played some breathtaking innings, which included a stunning knock of 109* off just 47 balls against the Mumbai Indians. In that innings, he smashed 10 sixes, which was the most by any batsman in a single inning in IPL 2009.

Gilchrist’s ability to hit sixes was not just limited to his batting position, as he opened the innings for his team in most matches. He was equally effective in the powerplay overs as well as the death overs, and he used his bat like a sword to cut through the opposition’s bowling attack.

Gilchrist’s performance was instrumental in guiding his team to the IPL 2009 title, as he led from the front with both his batting and captaincy. His ability to hit sixes at will made him a fan favourite, and he remains one of the most respected cricketers in the IPL’s history.

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Most Sixes In IPL 2009 (In An Inning)

#PlayerTeamRunsBFSR4s6sVSMatch Date
1Yusuf PathanRR Logo6230206.6736DD28 April 2009
2Matthew HaydenCSK Logo8958153.4586PBKS07 May 2009
3Ross TaylorRCB Logo8133245.4575KKR12 May 2009
4Adam GilchristDEC Logo8535242.86105DD22 May 2009
5Dwayne SmithDEC Logo4923213.0425CSK04 May 2009
6Adam GilchristDEC Logo6433193.9455DD13 May 2009
7Suresh RainaCSK Logo9855178.18105RR30 April 2009
8Rohit SharmaDEC Logo5230173.3315RCB22 April 2009
9Adam GilchristDEC Logo7145157.7865RCB22 April 2009
10Ravi BoparaPBKS Logo8459142.3745RCB24 April 2009

Indian all-rounder Yusuf Pathan (RR) leads the table of most sixes in an inning in IPL 2009 season. He lofted 6 sixes against Delhi Daredevils in the 18th Match IPL 2009 season. In that match, Pathan scored 62 runs in 30 balls by hitting 6 sixes and 3 fours in his inning.

His brilliant innings helped his team to win that match by 5 wickets and 9 balls remaining. Matthew Hayden also scored 6 sixes against Kings XI Punjab on 07 May 2009. He scored 89 runs in 58 balls in the same match with 8 fours and 6 sixes.

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