Shikhar Dhawan, the dynamic Indian opener, has etched his name in the record books by becoming the player with the most number of fours in the Indian Premier League (IPL). With a staggering 701 fours to his name, Dhawan surpassed the previous record held by Suresh Raina, who had 493 fours to his name.
Dhawan has played 206 matches in the IPL and has scored 6244 runs at an impressive average of 35.08. He has been a key player for his teams, including Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad, and his attacking batting style has made him a fan favorite.
The left-handed batsman’s record-breaking feat is a testament to his consistent performance and ability to score boundaries at will. He has been a vital cog in his team’s batting lineup, providing them with solid starts and keeping the scoreboard ticking. Dhawan’s expertise in finding gaps in the field and executing shots with precision has made him a formidable opponent for any team.
On the list of top five players with the most fours in the IPL, Dhawan is followed by Indian former captain Virat Kohli, Australian opener David Warner, Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma, and the retired Indian opener Gautam Gambhir. Dhawan’s feat is a remarkable achievement and one that will be remembered for years to come.