IPL Live 2022: Top Five Fastest Bowler In IPL History


Fast bowling is an art in itself and only the best can take it to the limit. The biggest domestic stage of all, the Indian Premier League is the culmination where we see those limits being pushed forward. All the best bowlers in the world bowl at this stage. The raw and brutal speed of fast bowlers can determine how a match is played. Let’s take a look at the top 25 fastest bowlers in IPL history and special mentions in IPL 2021 who are leading the extraordinary league.

Here Is The Full List Of Top Five Fastest Bowler In IPL History

Sn.Fastest Bowler
in Ipl Histoy
Fastest Ball
In IPL History
IPL TeamInternational
1Anrich Nortje156.22 km/hDelhi CapitalsSouth Africa
2Dale Steyn154.40 km/hRetired
(Current SRH bowling coach in TATA IPL 2022)
South Africa
3Kagiso Rabada154.23 km/hPBKSSouth Africa
4Lockie Ferguson153.84 km/hGujarat TitansNew Zealand
5Umran Malik152.95 Km/hSRHIndia

1.Anrich Nortje (156.22 km/h)

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Born: November 16, 1993

IPL Debut: 2020

Role: Bowler

Bowling Style: Right-arm fast

IPL 2020 fastest ball 156.22 kmph. Those are some care wheels!

Enrich Nortje was added as a replacement player in the version for DC 2020, and what a move that was! He is the man who not only bowled the top four best balls of the tournament with his leader, but also made 22 quick advances in the process, creating an epic bowling with the famous and fellow prote pacer Kagiso Rabada – who is a successful bowler. We have a long way to go in our first IL file.

Enrique Nortje, an out-and-out fast bowler from an early age, was always provocatively big. After 6 years of domestic circuit pounding, Nortjans was required to manage managing back when he opted for the 2019 IPL, but had to withdraw due to shoulder group. He recovered in time, made his ODI debut in March 2019 and also found a way to manage in the Africa squad for the 2019 World Cup. But as fate would have it, he broke off the part while teaching before England.

In IPL 2022, Enrique Nortz is seen planning a Delhi Capital Bowling Attack, and we have a more meaningful date.

2.Dale Steyn(154.40 km/h)

Born: Jun 27,1983

IPL Debut: 2008

Role: Bowler

Bowling Style: Right Arm

Steyn signed to play in the Indian Premier League in 2008, playing for the Royal Challengers Bangalore. He earned US$325,000 for his appearance in the tournament. He spent his first three seasons in the Indian Premier League with Royal Challengers Bangalore. For IPL 2011 he was bought by Deccan Chargers for $1.2 million.

After Deccan Chargers were terminated from the IPL he was drafted to Sunrisers Hyderabad where he played three seasons. In the 2016 IPL auction, he was bought by Gujarat Lions for ₹ 22.3 million.He could not participate in the 2017 IPL season after being released by Gujarat Lions prior to the season. He went unsold at the 2018 and 2019 IPL auctions. In mid-April 2019, Steyn joined Royal Challengers Bangalore for the 2019 IPL season as a replacement for the injured Nathan Coulter-Nile.

3.Kagiso Rabada(154.23 km/h)

Born: May 25,1995

IPL Debut: 2017

Role: Bowler

Bowling Style: Right Arm

He was retained again ahead of 2019 Indian Premier League by Delhi Capitals. He played 12 matches in the league stage before leaving for national duty. He picked up 25 wickets and become the highest wicket taker for DC and overall second highest wicket taker of that season. DC qualified for the playoffs for the first time since 2012 IPL season. In the 2020 Indian premier League, he become the highest wicket taker of the season by picking up 30 wickets in 17 matches he played. In both seasons, Rabada played a vital role in his team’s success.

In the 2022 IPL mega auction, Rabada was bought by the Punjab Kings for INR 9.25Cr

4.Lockie Ferguson(153.84 km/h)

Born: jun 13,1991

IPL Debut: 2017

Role: Bowler

Bowling Style: Right Arm

A right-arm quick with a good bouncer, it is Lockie Ferguson’s speed that made a breakout star at the 2019 World Cup in England. Regularly hitting 150kph, Ferguson’s raw speed bowling first change yielded 21 wickets at just 19.47 and an economy rate of 4.88. He finished second on the tournament wicket tally behind Mitchell Starc. He was rewarded with being named in the ICC’s team of the tournament alongside skipper Kane Williamson.

A sporadic presence in the Auckland side in his first two first-class seasons, Ferguson had a breakthrough season in 2014-15, in which his 21 wickets came at an average of 23.38. He took 31 wickets the following year, when he also entered the List A side, enjoying further success there. It was for limited-overs cricket that he first entered the New Zealand squad: he was picked in the ODI side to Australia in December 2016, after an injury to Adam Milne had left the team short of an out-and-out fast bowler. Making his debut in Sydney, Ferguson took the wicket of David Warner in his first over.

5.Umran Malik(152.95 Km/h)

Born: 22 Nov,1998

IPL Debut: 2021

Role: Bowler

Bowling Style: Right Arm

In April 2021, he was selected as one of three net bowlers for 2021 Indian Premier League (IPL). On 3 October 2021, he made his debut in the IPL, against Kolkata Knight Riders, during the 49th match of 2021 Indian Premier League. He gained attention during the match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore, when he bowled five balls in a row at more than 150 kmph. As a result of his fast-bowling, he was named as a net bowler for India’s team for the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. He made his first-class debut on 23 November 2021, for India A against South Africa. He was retained by Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL 2022 auction.

1.When was Umran Malik selected in IPL?

In April 2021

2.Which Is The Bowling Style of Kagiso Rabada?

Right Arm

3.In IPL 2022, How Much Money Paid By King Xi Punjab To Buy Rabada

INR 9.25 Cr.

4.What Was The Speed Of Fastest Ball In IPL History?

156.22 km/h

5.Who Is The Fastest Bowler In IPL History

Anrich Nortje


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