The world of play has stalled in coronavirus. Domestic cricket or football has been suspended in most countries with the exception of two. Athletics, basketball, rugby – nobody’s dropped. So endless leisure sports analysts on hand. Akash Chopra is one of them. The former Indian opener has chosen the best sixes in modern cricket at leisure. Chopra has named five top batsmen for hitting his YouTube channel.
International cricket stalled. The Australia-New Zealand series has also been canceled after India-South Africa. IPL has been postponed till April 7. But at that time, cricket will have to be discussed. For that reason, he may have discussed who is better at hitting sixes. And he was surprisingly excluded from the discussion by the name of AB de Villiers.
Chopra claimed that de Villiers is the most tactical batsman at present, but five more are still ahead of him. And another one of the top five hitting sixes in international cricket, Shahid Afridi, did not even count on Chopra.
He wanted to put the former Indian captain further. But the reality is something else, ‘It’s difficult to keep Dhoni at five because he matches the way he hits it! But in the last part of his career, he did not hit sixes in the first half. So I’ll put him in five. ‘
Yuvraj Singh is right at the top of Dhoni, ‘Yuvraj is an incredible and breathtaking batsman. His high back lift facilitates low sixes. These sixes are satisfying for the eyes. I’ll put him in four. ”André Russell is at the helm of a six-over six in one over. The West Indian all-rounder has yet to make a huge difference in international cricket. But he has no record of being the least hit in various franchise leagues around the world. Chopra has appointed Rohit Sharma, owner of international sixes in international cricket. It was not possible for Chopra to ignore this six-hit batsman in the IPL.
There is definitely only one at the top. Chris Gayle is the only batsman to score six sixes in international cricket. In professional cricket, only the Twenty-six (6) in the Twenty20 World Cup, the ‘Universe boss’ is the first choice to hit the sixes.