In this season of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020), many fast bowlers have left a special mark with their performance. Kagiso Rabada of Delhi Capitals has contributed significantly to the team’s outstanding performance so far. South African fast bowler Rabada has taken 21 wickets in 10 matches of the tournament so far and his average is 14.33. Jasprit Bumrah of Mumbai Indians, Mohammad Shami of Kings XI Punjab and Jofra Archer of Rajasthan Royals have also performed brilliantly as fast bowlers.
Shami has so far taken 16 wickets, Bumrah 15 and Archer 13 wickets. Of course, these fast bowlers are unmatched in terms of wicket taking, but in terms of speed of balls, speed dealer Enrique Nortje of Delhi CapitalsHave proved itself. The five fastest balls of IPL 2020 have been made by South Africa’s Anrich Nortje. The special thing is that Rabada and Nortje are the most wicket-takers from the tournament, both from South Africa and both are playing from Delhi Capitals team.
The fastest bowler in the tournament so far, Nortje, bowled at a speed of 156.22 km / h in the match against Rajasthan Royals. Not only this, so far in the Norte tournament, 155.21, 154.74, 154.21 and 153.72 km / h have also thrown the ball. This is the five fastest balls of IPL 2020 so far. Norte occupies the first five positions in terms of speed of balls. England’s fast bowler Jofra Archer is followed by the number of bowlers who have bowled their fastest ball in the tournament at a speed of 153.62 km / h.
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In terms of Indian fast bowlers, no bowler of the country has touched the 150 km / h barrier in this season. Navdeep Saini of Royal Challengers Bangalore has bowled his fastest ball at a speed of 149.34 km / h in the tournament.