5 players who played highest number of dot balls in IPL

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5 players who played highest number of dot balls in IPL

Cricket’s most awaited tournament is back and fans cannot wait to see their favorite players playing for their teams. The excitement and joy IPL brings in the life of cricket lovers is immeasurable. In this article, we will tell you one of the most unwanted records of batsmen, 5 players who played the highest number of dot balls in IPL.

#5 Robin Uthappa

One of the most experienced batters in the history of IPL, Robin Uthappa is at No.5 on our list. Uthappa played 1500 dot balls in his IPL career. He batted mostly in the top order in his career. His most successful time was with KKR.

#4 David Warner

The only non-Indian player on our list, Australian left-handed opening batsman, David Warner is at No.4 on our list. He was the winner of IPL 2016 with Hyderabad as captain of the team. He played 1662 dot balls in his IPL career.

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#3 Rohit Sharma

Former Mumbai Indians captain and five-time IPL champion, Rohit Sharma is at No.3 on our list. Rohit is one of the most successful batsmen in T20 cricket but his dot balls count does not go well with his name. He played 1788 dot balls in his IPL career.

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#2 Virat Kohli

Virat has mostly batted as an opener or at No.3 in his IPL career. He is one of the most successful batters in the league. Virat played the second-highest number of dot balls in the history of IPL. He played 1883 dot balls in his IPL career.

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#1 Shikhar Dhawan

Punjab Kings captain, Shikhar Dhawan is one of the most consistent batters in IPL. He likes to build his innings slowly but in the past few seasons, Dhawan has uplifted his strike rate. He is at No.1 on our list because he played 1927 dot balls in his IPL career.

Anay Pareek joined Sports Big News in 2019. He is an avid cricket fan who finds deep joy in the intricacies of the game. Through his keen observation and deep appreciation for cricket, he aims to incorporate the same level of accuracy in his writings. He predominantly covers the IPL, World Cup and cricket leagues.