In T20 cricket, sixes are the most crucial part of the game—as it allows the scoreboard to move in the fastest way. While it puts a crucial impact in the shortest format of the game, the Indian Premier League (IPL), has introduced the Maximum Sixes Award for the most six-hitter in an IPL season.
In every IPL season, the popular aggressive batsmen always start as a favourite to win the Maximum Sixes Award. The batsman, who most successfully maintains this image, takes away the Maximum Sixes Award in that IPL season.
Here we are talking about the top five batsmen who can fight for the Maximum Sixes Award in the IPL 2020.
Rishabh Pant (Delhi Capitals)
The 22-year-old Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant likes to bat in aggressive nature. Though the left-handed batsman sometimes enters into big trouble due to his experimental shots, which even costs his wickets, Pant has never lost his confidence in his big-hitting nature.
While Pant has hit 142 sixes in his 97 T20s, the left-handed wicketkeeper-batsman has hit 94 sixes in IPL career (54 matches). In IPL 2018, Pant won the Maximum Sixes Award after hitting 37 sixes in that tournament. So, there is no doubt why we are seeing his name in this article.