The 2023 World Cup has seen more than 600 sixes so far.
It should not come as a surprise as smaller grounds, mostly flat wickets and evening dew have given batsmen enough freedom to hit through the line.
While bowlers have made an impact this tournament, white-ball cricket is still a batsman’s game and we have seen enough proof of that in India.
India captain Rohit Sharma had recently said that 'maximums' that land in the stands or go out of the ground should fetch more than six runs, as they are vastly better than hits that end up just outside the ropes.
That could really incentivise some of the power hitters of the game, who have forced the crowd to duck for cover.
Below is the list of the biggest maximums hit so far during the World Cup.
Biggest sixes of World Cup 2023
1. Daryl Mitchell (NZ) - 107 metres
2. Shreyas Iyer (IND) - 106 metres
=3. Glenn Maxwell (AUS) - 104 metres
=3. KL Rahul (IND) - 104 metres
5. Shreyas Iyer (IND) - 101 metres
6. Fakhar Zaman (PAK) - 99 metres
=7. David Warner (AUS) - 98 metres
=7. Daryl Mitchell (NZ) - 98 metres
=9. David Miller (SA) - 95 metres
=9. Ravindra Jadeja (IND) - 95 metres
=9. Shubman Gill (IND) - 95 metres
12. Rohit Sharma (IND) - 93 metres
=13. Iftikhar Ahmed (PAK) - 90 metres
=13. Rahmanullah Gurbaz (AFG) - 90 metres
=15. Heinrich Klaasen (SA) - 89 metres
=15. Marco Jansen (SA) - 89 metres
=17. Jos Buttler (ENG) - 88 metres
=17. Taskin Ahmed (BAN) - 88 metres
=17. Rachin Ravindra (NZ) - 88 metres
20. Scott Edwards (NED) - 87 metres