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These 3 batsmen batted for 11 or more IPL innings in a season and did not hit a single six

November 26, 2020

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Durba

The Indian Premier League (IPL) has advanced a great deal over the most recent 13 years. Prior, the fans apparent that the batsmen needed to hit the ball hard in T20 Cricket directly from ball one. In any case, as the seasons advanced, any semblance of Virat Kohli, KL Rahul, Gautam Gambhir, Shikhar Dhawan, and other incredible timers of the ball indicated that six-hitting is a vital piece of T20s, yet it isn't the main part of T20s.

While the previously mentioned players ruled the bowlers with their running between the wickets and convenient boundaries, even they didn't leave any opportunity to clear the rope when they could. All things considered, a few players have an unpleasant time going in their season, where they can't understand their maximum capacity. Disregard hitting the 30-runs mark, these players even battle to hit a six in the season.

Here's a glance at those three names when a batsman batted for 11 or more IPL innings without hitting a six:

Glenn Maxwell

In IPL 2020, he batted totally out of what he is capable of. An alternate position and an absence of lucidity over his part in the group didn't permit Maxwell to pulverize the bowlers in the UAE like he had completed six years back wearing the KXIP shirt as it were. Maxwell oversaw just 108 runs in 13 matches at a strike-rate of 101.88. He hit just nine boundaries and finished the season without any maximums.

Mandeep Singh

Glenn Maxwell's present Kings XI Punjab colleague, Mandeep Singh had accomplished this questionable accomplishment in the year 2013. Unexpectedly, Mandeep was a part of the Mohali-based franchise in the 2013 season. It is important that the Indian player had featured for them in the 2012 season, scoring 432 runs in 16 matches.

While his 2013 season was not all that awful as Glenn Maxwell's 2020, Mandeep scored 260 runs in 16 counterparts for the Punjab group. His strike-rate was not so impressive. He had a strike-rate of 116.15 and he managed to score 36 fours and zero sixes.

Rajagopal Sathish

Rajagopal Sathish could turn into the following top all-rounder in the IPL. Be that as it may, he never satisfied his potential in spite of accepting numerous chances. In the 2010 IPL season, Sathish spoke to the Mumbai Indians, a group that wrapped sprinters up in that version of the IPL.

Sathish highlighted in the playing XI of MI in 12 matches, scoring 112 runs and getting two wickets. While Sathish scored 11 fours for the Mumbai-based franchise, he was unable to clear the boundary ropes even one time. He later played for the Kings XI Punjab and the Kolkata Knight Riders. He was a part of the VB Kanchi Veerans group in the 2019 Tamil Nadu Premier League.

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Durba