Best Bowling Strike Rate in T20 Cricket in 2011

Record holder : Mohammad Hafeez of Pakistan holds the record (9.2) for best bowling strike rate in t20 cricket in 2011.

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1. Pakistan Mohammad Hafeez - 9.2

At the top of list is Mohammad Hafeez of Pakistan. He has strike rate of 9.2 while taking 10 wickets in 5 innings of 5 matches at 4.89 economy and 7.5 average.

2. England Ravi Bopara - 10.2

At position no. 2 is Ravi Bopara of England. He has strike rate of 10.2 while taking 8 wickets in 5 innings of 5 matches at 5.7 economy and 9.75 average.

3. Australia Shane Watson - 12

Then comes our Shane Watson of Australia. He has strike rate of 12 while taking 8 wickets in 4 innings of 5 matches at 6.18 economy and 12.37 average.

4. Zimbabwe Kyle Jarvis - 15

Then comes our Kyle Jarvis of Zimbabwe. He has strike rate of 15 while taking 6 wickets in 4 innings of 4 matches at 7.53 economy and 18.83 average.

5. England Jade Dernbach - 15.1

At position no. 5 is Jade Dernbach of England. He has strike rate of 15.1 while taking 7 wickets in 5 innings of 5 matches at 5.94 economy and 15 average.

6. West Indies Devendra Bishoo - 15.6

At position no. 6 is Devendra Bishoo of West Indies. He has strike rate of 15.6 while taking 6 wickets in 4 innings of 4 matches at 6.25 economy and 16.33 average.

7. Australia Mitchell Johnson - 16

At no. 7 position is Mitchell Johnson of Australia. He has strike rate of 16 while taking 6 wickets in 4 innings of 4 matches at 8.62 economy and 23 average.

8. West Indies Daren Sammy - 16

Next in the list is Daren Sammy of West Indies. He has strike rate of 16 while taking 6 wickets in 5 innings of 5 matches at 6.31 economy and 16.83 average.

9. Australia Brett Lee - 19.2

At position no. 9 is Brett Lee of Australia. He has strike rate of 19.2 while taking 5 wickets in 4 innings of 4 matches at 9.18 economy and 29.4 average.

10. England Samit Patel - 19.2

Then comes our Samit Patel of England. He has strike rate of 19.2 while taking 5 wickets in 5 innings of 5 matches at 6.87 economy and 22 average.