The IPL has had 15 seasons, and there have been various bowlers who have had terrific seasons. Their wicket-taking skills have been on display, and they have bagged wickets. We will now look at the most wickets by a bowler in an IPL season.
1. Imran Tahir (2019)
Imran Tahir is a leg-spinner from South Africa. He played for Chennai Super Kings this season. He took over 25 wickets, which was an important reason why Chennai Super Kings made it to the finals. His best bowling figures in the season was 4-12, which he obtained against Delhi Capitals. Imran Tahir took 26 wickets this season.
2. Bhuvneshwar Kumar (2017)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar is an Indian pacer. He is the second bowler to win the Purple Captwice. He is also the first Indian to do so. Kumar took more than 25 wickets in the 2017season. He got his best figures in the season when he took 5-19 to win a close match for the Sunrisers Hyderabad against Kings XI Punjab. Bhuvneshwar Kumar took 26 wickets this season.
3. Dwayne Bravo (2015)
Dwayne Bravo is a pacer from West Indies. He is the first bowler across IPL history to winthe Purple Cap twice. He took over 25 wickets in the 2015 season, which helped Chennai Super Kings reach the finals. Dwayne Bravo took 26 wickets this season.
4. Yuzvendra Chahal (2022)
Yuzvendra Chahal is an Indian leg-spinner. He played for Rajasthan Royals in the 2022season. Chahal had a brilliant start to the season. Despite a bit of a slowdown in the later stages, he was largely unchallenged for the Purple Cap. His tally of wickets this season was the highest by any spinner in a single IPL season. Yuzvendra Chahal took 27 wickets this season.
5. Jasprit Bumrah (2020)
Jasprit Bumrah is an Indian pacer. He is one of the greatest Indian T20 bowlers of all time,and possibly one of the greatest bowlers in the world too. His strength is death bowling, andteams usually try to play him off. However, they fail to do so. Mumbai Indians had a thoroughly dominating 2020 season, and Bumrah’s wickets were an important reason behind it. Jasprit Bumrah took 27 wickets this season.
6. James Faulkner (2013)
James Faulkner is a left-arm pacer from Australia. He was at the peak of his form during this time. Faulkner was one of the best bowlers and also one of the best finishers with the bat across all white-ball games. He played for Rajasthan Royals in the 2013 season. He took over25 wickets this season, which was a significant reason why Rajasthan Royals made it to the playoffs. James Faulkner took 28 wickets this season.
7. Lasith Malinga (2011)
Lasith Malinga is a pacer from Sri Lanka. He is one of the best bowlers in IPL history. He is
arguably one of the greatest bowlers in the entire T20 history too. He was the backbone of
the Mumbai Indians bowling unit for nearly a decade. He had a very high wicket-taking
capacity. He won the Purple Cap in the 2011 season. Lasith Malinga took 28 wickets this
Kagiso Rabada is a pacer from South Africa. He played for Delhi Capitals in the 2020 season.His yorkers were very effective in this season. His best bowling figures in this season were 4-21. It came against Royal Challengers Bangalore. Kagiso Rabada took 30 wickets this season.
9. Harshal Patel (2021)
Harshal Patel is an Indian pacer. He had a breakout season in 2021 for Royal Challengers Bangalore. His slower deliveries were pretty dangerous. He got his maiden five-wicket haulin the first match of the season against Mumbai Indians. He equaled Dwayne Bravo’s 2013 tally this season. Harshal Patel took 32 wickets this season.
10. Dwayne Bravo (2013)
Dwayne Bravo is a pacer from West Indies. He is the leading wicket-taker across entire IPL history, with his 183 wickets. In the 2013 season, Bravo obtained the Purple Cap as he bagged over 30 wickets. His bowling was a vital reason why Chennai Super Kings made it to the finals of the season. Dwayne Bravo took 32 wickets this season.