Throughout the world, T20 cricket is one of the most popular and entertaining formats of the game. In the shortest format of the game, power-hitting batters make this an exciting game because they hit the ball outside the boundaries of the field. Batsman like Yuvraj Singh struck six sixes in one over of Stuart Broad during the inaugural season of the T20 World Cup, which is a record for a batsman at this level of play at the international level. This was the first time a batsman had achieved such a feat at the international level. In the T20 World Cup, Yuvraj Singh is the only batsman to have reached this milestone.
List of Most sixes in T20 World Cup
|Chris Gayle||63||33||West Indies||117|
|AB de Villiers||30||30||South Africa||79*|
|Dwayne Bravo||25||34||West Indies||66*|
|Mahila Jayawardene||25||31||Sri Lanka||100|
|JP Duminy||23||25||South Africa||86*|
#5 David Warner (31 Sixes in 30 Matches)
The left-handed opener of Australia, David Warner, has been listed at the 5th position in terms of the most sixes he has hit during the T20 World Cup so far. As one of the best openers in the world, David Warner has hit 31 sixes from his 30 innings in the T20 World Cup, making him one of the best openers in the world.
During his T20 World Cup career from 2007 to 2021, he has appeared in 30 matches, added 762 runs for his team at a strike rate of 135.10, and contributed to their success at the highest level. In the last session of the T20 World Cup 2021, David Warner finished in second place as the highest run scorer and he gave his best performance to the team when he struck an unbeaten 89 runs against West Indies in the 38th match of the T20 World Cup 2021.
#4 Rohit Sharma (31 Sixes in 33 Matches)
The Indian team’s hitman, Rohit Sharma, is ranked as the 4th best sixer in the T20 World Cup, indicating that he has added the most sixes to the box in the tournament. From his 30 innings, he has added 31 sixes and is thus the second Indian batsman in the history of the T20 World Cup to hit as many sixes as he has. Among the highest scores Rohit Sharma has made in the T20 World Cup, he has an undefeated score of 79 runs which he made in the 15th match against Australia against a target of 185 runs in 2010.
He scored 847 runs at a strike rate of 131.5 in 33 matches in his T20 World Cup career from 2007 to 2016, which encompasses 33 appearances and 33 games in which he appeared. As of September 19, 2007, Rohit made his T20 debut for India against England in Durban and has played in 125 matches since then and has added 3313 runs at a strike rate of 139.55 in 125 matches for India.
#3 Shane Watson (31 Sixes in 24 Matches)
Former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson, who plays the right-handed bat, is ranked third on the list of all-rounders who have hit the most sixes in the T20 World Cup in terms of number of sixes hit. In the T20 World Cup, Shane Watson played an important role as a batsman and bowler, hitting 31 sixes in 22 innings with a highest score of 81 runs, from 22 innings in which he played.
He played in 24 games for Australia amongst which he scored 537 runs at a strike rate of 140.94 with five fifties during his T20 World Cup career from 2007 to 2016. Since then, he has added 1462 runs from 56 T20 innings at a strike rate of 145.32 at a rate of 145.32 from 56 T20 innings for Australia against South Africa at Johannesburg on February 24, 2006.
#2 Yuvraj Singh (33 Sixes in 31 Matches)
During the T20 World Cup, Yuvraj Singh, a former Indian left-handed allrounder, holds the second position in terms of the most sixes he has hit during the tournament. During the course of his career from 2007 to 2016, he has been a part of 31 T20 Internationals where he struck 33 sixes in 28 innings from 31 appearances. During the 2007 T20 World Cup competition, Yuvi scored 70 runs in the Indian team’s semi-final match against Australia, where he helped the team to reach the final, and he was named Man of the Match in that match for his performance against Australia.
It’s no secret that he has always been a key member of the Indian team, regardless of the format of the game, but after the 2014 T20 World Cup final, he faced so much hatred from the public. Since then, he has added 1177 runs from 51 T20 innings at a strike rate of 136.38 from 51 innings in the form of 51 T20 innings since he made his T20 debut against Scotland at Durban on September 13, 2007.
#1 Chris Gayle (63 Sixes in 33 Matches)
In the T20 World Cup, Chris Gayle, a left-handed batsman from the West Indies, is leading the way in terms of the most sixes he has hit in the tournament. Among the most dangerous batsmen in the shortest format of the game, he has hit 63 sixes from his 31 innings in the T20 World Cup, which has been the shortest format of the game. As part of the 2007 T20 World Cup, he played his best match in the 1st match against South Africa in 2007, in which he scored 117 runs from 57 balls, which enabled the West Indies to add 205 runs to their scoreboard, but they were not able to save the match. Although Windes lost that match, Gayle was named Man of the Match for his eye-catching performance, despite the fact that Windes lost.
He made his debut in the T20 format against New Zealand in Auckland on February 16, 2006, and his last appearance in the format will be against Australia in Abu Dhabi on November 06, 2021, when he will make his last appearance in the format. He has appeared in 79 T20Is since he made his debut and he has added 1899 runs at the strike rate of 137.50 since he made his debut.
Most sixes in T20 World Cup in Each Edition
|Craig McMillan||13||6||New Zealand||2007|
|Chris Gayle||16||6||West Indies||2012|