Fast bowling is an art and most of the fast bowlers practice hard to achieve speed because it is one of the crucial weapons to beat any batsmen. A perfect bowler need accuracy, swing along with speed to become a great bowler and when it comes to T20 games you also need variation along with speed. As we all know IPL is one of the best T20 leagues where you can see many fast bowlers. Over the fast-few years, many young fast bowlers proved their skill in the IPL platform and took many wickets. Today, here in this post, we will list out such 5 first bowlers who bowl the fastest deliver in IPL 2021 so far. So, let’s start with more details.
5.Pat Cummins-146.71 KMPH
Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins is one of the finest bowlers in current days. He is currently playing for Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL. Pat is known for his exceptional line length bowling along with speed. Though he is not a remarkable performer so far in IPL 2021 he achieved to bowl one of the fastest balls of IPL 2021 season so far. Pat hit the speed of 146.71 KMPH. He is currently the highest wicket-taker for his franchise KKR with 9 wickets in seven games at just 26.33. Unfortunately, KKR is at the seventh position in the points table with just two wins out of seven IPL games.
4.Khaleel Ahmed-147.38 KMPH
Sunrisers Hyderabad fast bowler Khaleel Ahmed is the next bowler who is the fastest so far in 2021 IPL. No doubt he is a fantastic bowler and the 2019 IPL season was his best as he shared 19 wickets in nice games. Till now his IPL 2021 performance is not that remarkable as this Rajasthan-born fast bowler has picked only four wickets in five IPL games so far with a mediocre average of just 41. But he has achieved the record of bowl one of the fastest balls which hit the speed of 147.38 KMPH in IPL 2021. Let’s see how he can improve his bowling in upcoming IPL matches, which will resume again in UAE.
3.Mohammed Siraj-147.67 KMPH
Rising fast bowler for India Mohammed Siraj comes next in the list of fastest bowlers so far in IPL 2021. This young right-arm fast bowler is playing from the franchise Royal challengers Bangalore under the captaincy of Virat Kohli. He is currently one of the most improved bowlers from the RCB side. His wicket-taking ability always make him special from others. He has taken 6 wickets so far in IPL 2021 in 7 games at an average of 31.83 with an economy of 7.34 which is very impressive. Siraj achieved one of the fastest bowls in the IPL season and hit the record of 147.67 during IPL 2021 season. Hopefully, he will perform well when the IPL games resume again in the UAE.
2.Chris Jordan-148.47 KMPH
Chris Jordan who is known as the T20 death-over specialist comes next as the fastest bowlers so far in 2021 IPL. Till now in IPL 2021 Chris Jordan’s performance is not that remarkable but his service for Punjab Kings always be crucial. This right-arm seamer has picked two wickets so far in three games but he achieved the record of being the 2nd fastest bowl of the tournament which is 148.47 KMPH. Unfortunately, the availability of Jordan for the remaining matches of IPL for UAE is not confirmed. His team, Punjab Kings, is at the sixth position in the points table with three victories and five defeats.
1.Kagiso Rabada-148.73 KMPH
Kagiso Rabada the pace bowler of Delhi Capitals has not delivered well as per his caliber in IPL 2021 as he picked just six wickets in 7 games but this speedster has achieved the record of the fastest bowl of IPL 2021 which is 148.73 KMPH. He also bowled in speeds of 148.40, 147,62, 146.93, and 146.85 KMPH. No doubt this south African bowler is one of the top-class fast bowlers in current days and his team Delhi capitals also achieved 12 points by winning six games in eight games. So far Kagiso Rabada is the fastest bowler in the season of IPL 2021 with a record of 148.73 KMPH.