In the ODI or T20I cricket, the number of sixes is very crucial as it always helps to move the scoreboard in the fastest way. During the 2007 ODI World Cup (official name was ICC Cricket World Cup 2007), the batsmen hit a total of 373 sixes.
In the 2007 ODI World Cup, while the champions Australia hit the most number of sixes (67 sixes), the semi-finalists South Africa were the only other team to hit 50 or more sixes (51 sixes).
Here we are talking about the top five most six hitters in the 2007 ODI World Cup.
Ricky Ponting (Australia) – 11 sixes
Australian captain Ricky Ponting maintained his status as a big tournament player in the 2007 ODI World Cup where the right-handed batsman finished as the third-most run-scorer (539 runs) in their successful tournament. During the global tournament, Ponting hit 11 sixes in nine innings.
Ponting smashed a century (113) during their opening game of that tournament against Scotland in the Group Stage (at Basseterre on 14th March 2007), which was also his only century in that tournament. He smashed five sixes in that game which was his most sixes in an innings during that tournament.