IPL Orange Cap Winners: List of Highest Run-Scorers from 2008 to 2023

IPL Orange Cap Winners

Orange Cap Winners List From IPL 2008 to 2023:-

Year Winners (Player) Innings Runs Highest Score Average Strike Rate 50 100 4s 6s
2008 Shaun Marsh (KXIP) 11 616 115 68.44 139.68 5 1 59 26
2009 Matthew Hayden (CSK) 12 572 89 52 144.81 5 0 60 22
2010 Sachin Tendulkar (MI) 15 618 89 47.53 132.61 5 0 86 3
2011 Chris Gayle (RCB) 12 608 107 67.55 183.13 3 2 57 44
2012 Chris Gayle (RCB) 14 733 128 61.08 160.74 7 1 46 59
2013 Michael Hussey (CSK) 17 733 95 52.35 129.5 6 0 81 17
2014 Robin Uthappa (KKR) 16 660 83 44 137.78 5 0 74 18
2015 David Warner (SRH) 14 562 91 43.23 156.54 7 0 65 21
2016 Virat Kohli (RCB) 16 973 113 81.08 152.03 7 4 83 38
2017 David Warner (SRH) 14 641 126 58.27 141.81 4 1 63 26
2018 Kane Williamson (SRH) 17 735 84 52.5 142.44 8 0 64 28
2019 David Warner (SRH) 12 692 100 69.2 143.87 8 1 57 21
2020 KL Rahul (KXIP) 14 670 132* 55.83 129.34 5 1 58 23
2021 Ruturaj Gaikwad 16 635 101* 45.35 136.26 4 1 64 23
2022 Jos Buttler (RR) 17 863 116 57.53 149.05 4 4 83 45
2023 Shubman Gill 17 890 129 59.33 157.8 4 3 85 33
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IPL Orange Cap Winners In IPL History (2008 to 2023):-

In 2008, Shaun Marsh of Kings XI Punjab (now Punjab Kings) set the benchmark by amassing 616 runs in just 11 innings, with a staggering average of 68.44 and a strike rate of 139.68. This outstanding performance earned him the inaugural Orange Cap.

The following year, in 2009, Matthew Hayden, representing Chennai Super Kings, showcased his batting prowess by scoring 572 runs in 12 innings, including five half-centuries, at an impressive average of 52 and a strike rate of 144.81.

In 2010, the cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar became the first Indian player to clinch the Orange Cap, leading Mumbai Indians from the front with 618 runs in 15 innings, at an average of 47.53 and a strike rate of 132.61.

Chris Gayle etched his name in IPL history by winning the Orange Cap in 2011 and 2012 while playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Gayle’s explosive batting yielded 608 runs in 2011 and a whopping 733 runs in 2012, with remarkable strike rates of 183.13 and 160.74, respectively.

Michael Hussey of Chennai Super Kings secured the Orange Cap in 2013 with 733 runs in 17 innings, showcasing his consistency and class as a top-order batsman.

In 2014, Robin Uthappa of Kolkata Knight Riders made a significant impact by scoring 660 runs in 16 innings, helping his team lift the IPL trophy while donning the Orange Cap.

David Warner emerged as a dominant force in IPL batting, winning the Orange Cap thrice in 2015, 2017, and 2019 while representing Sunrisers Hyderabad. Warner’s aggressive yet calculated approach led to impressive performances, including a high score of 126 in 2017.

Virat Kohli’s stellar form in 2016 propelled him to the top of the batting charts, as he amassed a staggering 973 runs in 16 innings for Royal Challengers Bangalore, including four centuries and seven half-centuries.

Kane Williamson, also of Sunrisers Hyderabad, showcased his batting prowess in 2018, scoring 735 runs in 17 innings, with a remarkable average of 52.5 and a strike rate of 142.44.

In 2020, KL Rahul of Kings XI Punjab (now Punjab Kings) showcased his batting prowess by scoring 670 runs in 14 innings, including a memorable unbeaten knock of 132*.

Ruturaj Gaikwad’s scintillating form in IPL 2021 earned him the Orange Cap, as he amassed 635 runs in 16 innings for Chennai Super Kings.

In 2022, Jos Buttler of Rajasthan Royals stamped his authority with a remarkable tally of 863 runs in 17 innings, including four centuries and four half-centuries.

The most recent Orange Cap winner in 2023 was Shubman Gill, who dazzled the IPL stage with 890 runs in 17 innings for Kolkata Knight Riders.

As we eagerly await IPL 2024, let’s celebrate the incredible batting performances of these Orange Cap winners who have left an indelible mark on the world’s most exciting T20 league.

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