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No surprise that Yuvraj Singh makes it to the Top 10 hard-hitters in cricket history. Yuvi’s high bat-lift and his sharp hand-eye coordination makes him one of the cleanest stroke players in international cricket in recent times. Both Ian Botham and Gordon Greenidge were capable of slapping the cricket ball into the stands with their range of ferocious cricketing strokes. No left hander in modern day cricket has dominated the bowling as Matthew Hayden has. The former Australian opener used to favor the mid-wicket region to punish the pace bowlers, and was famous for advancing down the crease and taking the attack to the bowlers. How can MS Dhoni not feature in this list? The Indian skipper’s bottom hand strength helps him instill fear in the minds of the best fast bowlers in the game. Want to see how destructive Chris Gayle can get? Youtube his demolition of the Pune Warriors bowling attack in last year’s Indian Premier League. Chris Gayle knocks should come with a “Please dont try this at home” sign! Sanath Jayasuriya was not just a technically sound batsman, but could turn on the style at any point with his exciting brand of strokeplay. Adam Gilchrist, Viv Richards and our very own Virendra Sehwag, often criticised for his lack of foot movement, make the Top 3. Enjoy the shots! Bowlers, look elsewhere!
Top 10 biggest hitters in cricket
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