CricketBiggest Sixes Of The IPL 2022, Cleanest Hits Goes The Farthest
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As clean as you see, as far as it gets. Biggest sixes are always wanting in the shortest format of cricket. When Andre Russell, Liam Livingstone or Jos Buttler hits balls, it appears to be that the has found momentum, acceleration and a monstrous releasing force. How many times we have such hits this year and went absolute wow. It didn’t matter if the boundary is 90 meters, if it middles the bat then it goes far. Especially, for Liam Livingstone, the freaking hitter of ball, even 100 meters distance is nothing but cracking peanuts.

You won’t find Andre Russell in the list of biggest six hitters but his shots are as fairer and as clearer as anyone else’s. He just hits the ball with immense power in a kind of dismissive mode. It goes flat, it goes fast, it goes out of the park.

Liam Livingstone is unique in his approach. He is always prepared and predetermined with full swing of the bat. Stretching his arms, loosening the grip and if he has middled then the balls goes into the orbit, to unmeasurable distance. The one that he his against Shami, as if the ball was fired like a bullet from his bat. 117 meters into the leg side which was one of the biggest sixes of the IPL 2022, this is pure power and strength of his arms.

Jos Buttler is more like timer of the ball but his strength behind every shot is always pleasing to the eye. You bowl too full into the wickets and he dispatches it over mid-wicket to long on region. Most importantly, he is quick because he is always expecting such deliveries when the bowler is in pressure.

One more name we would like to add is Tim David. How powerful this guy is, he has enormous strength in his hands. He just gets in right position and endeavours to smear and smash. The 114 meter six he just muscled that with enormous strength.

List of biggest sixes in IPL 2022:

BatsmanBowlerSix Distance (In metres)
1. Liam Livingstone (PBKS)Mohammed Shami (GT)117m
2. Tim David (MI)T Natarajan (SRH)114m
3. Dewald Brevis (MI)Rahul Chahar (PBKS)112m
4. Liam Livingstone (PBKS)Mukesh Choudhary (CSK)108m
5. Nicholas Pooran (SRH)Anrich Nortje (DC)108m
6. Jos Buttler (RR)Shardul Thakur (DC)107m
7. Liam Livingstone (PBKS)Umran Malik (SRH)106m
8. Jos Buttler (RR)Kuldeep Yadav (DC)105m
9. Liam Livingstone (PBKS)Wanindu Hasiranga (RCB)105m
10. Marcus Stoinis (LSG)Murugan Ashwin (MI)104m