# Best Batting Strike Rate in T20 Cricket in 2022

Record holder : James Neesham of New Zealand holds the record (228.57) for best batting strike rate in t20 cricket in 2022.

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Usman Arif moved to 3rd position, with strike rate of 213.63 -

### 1. James Neesham - 228.57

At no. 1 position is James Neesham of New Zealand. He had batting strike rate of 228.57 while scoring 176 runs in 7 innings of 8 matches at an average of 44.

### 2. Tristan Stubbs - 216.36

Then comes our Tristan Stubbs of South Africa. He had batting strike rate of 216.36 while scoring 119 runs in 4 innings of 6 matches at an average of 39.66.

### 3. Usman Arif - 213.63

Then comes our Usman Arif of . He had batting strike rate of 213.63 while scoring 94 runs in 4 innings of 5 matches at an average of 23.5.

### 4. Tony Ura - 202.72

Then comes our Tony Ura of . He had batting strike rate of 202.72 while scoring 446 runs in 11 innings of 12 matches at an average of 49.55.

### 5. Suryakumar Yadav - 189.38

Then comes our Suryakumar Yadav of India. He had batting strike rate of 189.38 while scoring 428 runs in 12 innings of 12 matches at an average of 38.9.

### 6. Jos Buttler - 189.13

At no. 6 position is Jos Buttler of England. He had batting strike rate of 189.13 while scoring 87 runs in 6 innings of 6 matches at an average of 14.5.

### 7. Filipe Cossa - 188.88

Then comes our Filipe Cossa of . He had batting strike rate of 188.88 while scoring 85 runs in 3 innings of 6 matches at an average of 28.33.

### 8. Mark Chapman - 188.63

Next in the list is Mark Chapman of . He had batting strike rate of 188.63 while scoring 83 runs in 1 innings of 1 matches at an average of 83.

### 9. Ramon Sealy - 188.54

Next in the list is Ramon Sealy of . He had batting strike rate of 188.54 while scoring 181 runs in 5 innings of 5 matches at an average of 45.25.

### 10. Gian-Piero Meade - 187.5

At position no. 10 is Gian-Piero Meade of . He had batting strike rate of 187.5 while scoring 75 runs in 4 innings of 5 matches at an average of 37.5.