Most Sixes in 2024 in All Formats Combined

In today’s cricket, the ability to hit sixes is essential for batsmen in all formats. As we look into 2024, let’s see the players who are hitting the ball out of the park most frequently. ┬áIn this article, we will see the top 10 batters with the most sixes across formats in 2024.

Most Sixes in 2024 in All Formats Combined

Most Sixes in 2024 (All Formats Combined)

PLAYERINNINGSSIXES IN 2024
Babar Hayat (HKG)1536
Rahmanullah Gurbaz (AFG)2536
Kendel Kadowaki-Fleming (JPN)1234
Sahil Chauhan (EST)632
Yashasvi Jaiswal (IND)1332
Finn Allen (NZ)1231
Rohit Sharma (IND)2230
Fakhar Zaman (PAK)1528
Michael Levitt (NED)1628
Charith Asalanka (SL)1828

Two batsmen are tied for first place with 36 sixes each: Babar Hayat from Hong Kong and Rahmanullah Gurbaz from Afghanistan. Hayat’s achievement is particularly impressive, as he’s reached this number in just 15 innings.

Japan’s Kendel Kadowaki-Fleming is not far behind, with 34 sixes in only 12 innings, showing cricket’s growing global reach. India’s Yashasvi Jaiswal has hit 32 sixes in 13 innings, making him a fan favorite and a rising star to watch.

New Zealand’s Finn Allen has hit 31 sixes with an incredible strike rate of 195, the highest on this list. His standout performance was a T20I against Pakistan, where he hit 16 sixes in a single innings of 137 runs.

Veterans like India’s Rohit Sharma and Pakistan’s Fakhar Zaman continue to shine. Sharma has 30 sixes in 22 innings, and Zaman has 28 sixes.

It’s exciting to see players from emerging cricket nations making an impact. Estonia’s Sahil Chauhan has hit 32 sixes in just 6 innings, and Michael Levitt from the Netherlands has 28 sixes in 16 innings.

Sri Lanka’s Pathum Nissanka deserves a special mention for his unbeaten 210 against Afghanistan, which included 8 sixes, the highest individual score for Sri Lanka in ODIs this year.

Rivcky John

A prominent figure in sports journalism for the last two decades. Cricket Analyst & Writing News, Features, Match Previews/Reviews/Reports, And Opinion Pieces on Cricket. You can connect with him on Facebook also.