Updated – IPL Purple Cap Winner (2008 – 2023) – Mohammed Shami

IPL Purple Cap Winner: The Indian Premier League (IPL) is one of the most famous and revered sporting events in the world. The tournament is held every year and involves local and international players as they attempt to lift the coveted IPL trophy.

IPL follows the T20 format. It consists of short and fast-paced innings with only 20 overs and the match is completed in a few hours. While most people watch IPL for the dramatic chases and electric batting, bowling can be just as exciting. Even with fewer overs, bowlers still got their first overs and scored hattricks.

Also Read: IPL 2023 Winner: Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

The highest wicket-taker in IPL will be awarded the Purple Cap every year. This trend has been followed since the inception of IPL in 2008. Cricket legends like Lasith Malinga are just some of the players who have won the Purple Cap. The following article covers the entire list of IPL Purple Cap winners from 2008 to 2023, along with the records of the current IPL season.

Related: IPL Orange Cap Winners List (2008 – 2023)

IPL 2023 Purple Cap Holder – Mohammed Shami (GT)

Mohammed Shami of Gujarat Titans is the current purple cap holder and has the highest number of wickets in IPL 2023. Rashid Khan and Mohit Sharma of GT are at 2nd and 3rd respectively. Gujarat’s bowling line-up Titans have been incredible in this IPL season.

Places

Name of pitcher

Team

Wick

Competition

first

Mohammed Shami

GT

28

17

2

Mohit Sharma

GT

27

14

3

Rashid Khan

GT

27

17

4

Piyush Chawla

MI

22

16

5

Yuzvendra Chahal

RR

21

14

6

Tushar Deshpande

CSK

21

15

7

Varun Chakravarthy

KKR

20

14

8

Ravindra Jadeja

CSK

19

15

9

Mohammed Siraj

RCB

19

14

ten

Matheesha Pathirana

CSK

17

11

11

Arshdeep Singh

PBKS

17

14

twelfth

Ravi Bishnoi

LSG

16

15

13

Bhuvneshwar Kumar

SRH

16

14

14

Ravichandran Ashwin

RR

14

13

15

Noor Ahmad

GT

14

twelfth

List of IPL Purple Hat winners (2008 – 2023)

The Purple Cap award is given to the person who takes the highest number of wickets in a particular season of the IPL and the holder of this cap changes throughout the tournament till its conclusion. A strange scenario in which the eventual winner of the Purple Hats turned out to be from a team that did not compete or even qualify for the finals has occurred several times. This unpredictability is partly responsible for the excitement surrounding the IPL. But what brings joy to the fans can cause heartache for the players. However, cricket is a team sport and individual efforts mean nothing unless the entire team performs at the same level. You can see details of all IPL Purple Cap winners here every year.

Also Read: Highest wicket-taker in IPL (2008-2023)

IPL 2023 Purple Cap Winner: Mohammed Shami

Purple hat Mohammed Shami

Total number of players: 28

Team: The giant of Gujarat

Economy: 8.03

Medium: 18.64

Total matches: 17

Nation: India

IPL 2022 Purple Cap Winner: Yuzvendra Chahal

Yuzvendra Chahal

Total number of players: 27

Team: Royal Family of Rajasthan

Economy: 7.75

Medium: 19:52

Total matches: 17

Nation: India

IPL 2021 Purple Cap Winner: Harshal Patel

Harshal Patel

Total number of players: 32

Team: Royal Challengers Bangalore

Economy: 8.14

Medium: 14:34

Total matches: 15

Nation: India

IPL 2020 Purple Cap Winner: Kagiso Rabada

Kagiso Rabada

Total number of players: 30

Team: Capital city Delhi

Economy: 8.34

Medium: 18.26

Total matches: 17

Nation: South Africa

IPL 2019 Purple Cap Winner: Imran Tahir

Imran Tahir

Total number of players: 26

Team: Chennai is super king

Economy: 6.69

Medium: 16.57

Total matches: 17

Nation: South Africa

IPL 2018 Purple Cap winner: Andrew Tye

Andrew Tye

Total number of players: 24

Team: Kings XI Punjab

Economy: 8:00 a.m

Medium: 18.66

Total matches: 14

Nation: Australia

IPL 2017 Purple Cap Winner: Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Total number of players: 26

Team: Sunrisers Hyderabad

Economy: 7.05

Medium: 14.19

Total matches: 14

Nation: India

IPL 2016 Purple Cap Winner: Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Total number of players: 23

Team: Sunrisers Hyderabad

Economy: 7.42

Medium: 9:30 p.m

Total matches: 17

Nation: India

IPL 2015 Purple Cap Winner: Dwayne Bravo

Dwayne Bravo

Total number of players: 26

Team: Chennai is super king

Economy: 8.14

Medium: 16:38

Total matches: 17

Nation: Trinidad and Tobago

IPL 2014 Purple Cap Winner: Mohit Sharma

Mohit Sharma

Total number of players: 23

Team: Chennai is super king

Economy: 8.39

Medium: 7:65 p.m

Total matches: 16

Nation: India

IPL 2013 Purple Cap Winner: Dwayne Bravo

Total number of players: 32

Team: Chennai is super king

Economy: 7.95

Medium: 15.53

Total matches: 18

Nation: Trinidad and Tobago

IPL 2012 Purple Cap Winner: Morne Morkel

Morne Morkel

Total number of players: 25

Team: Delhi Daredevil

Economy: 18.12

Medium: 7.19

Total matches: 16

Nation: South Africa

IPL 2011 Purple Cap Winner: Lasith Malinga

Lasith Malinga

Total number of players: 28

Team: Indians in Mumbai

Economy: 5.95

Medium: 13:39

Total matches: 16

Nation: Sri Lanka

IPL 2010 Purple Cap Winner: Pragyan Ojha

Pragyan Ojha

Total number of players: 21

Team: Deccan charger

Economy: 7.29

Medium: 20.42

Total matches: 16

Nation: India

IPL 2009 Purple Cap Winner: RP Singh

RP Singh

Total number of players: 23

Team: Deccan charger

Economy: 6.98

Medium: 18.13

Total matches: 16

Nation: India

IPL 2008 Purple Cap Winner: Sohail Tanvir

Sohail Tanvir

Total number of players: 22

Team: Royal Family of Rajasthan

Economy: 6.46

Medium: December 9

Total matches: 11

Nation: Pakistan

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The Purple Cap is one of the top awards of the IPL every year, along with the Orange Cap and Man of the Series. Any cricket enthusiast must know who has won the purple cap in IPL seasons. You can see the list of annual winners in table form below.

Complete List of IPL Purple Cap Winners (2008-2023)

Year

Player

Team

Wick

2023

Mohammed Shami

The giant of Gujarat

28

2022

Yuzvendra Chahal

Royal Family of Rajasthan

27

2021

Harshal Patel

Royal Challengers Bangalore

32

2020

Kagiso Rabada

Capital city Delhi

30

2019

Imran Tahir

Chennai is super king

26

2018

Andrew Tye

Kings XI Punjab

24

2017

Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Sunrisers Hyderabad

26

2016

Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Sunrisers Hyderabad

23

2015

Dwayne Bravo

Chennai is super king

26

2014

Mohit Sharma

Chennai is super king

23

two thousand and thirteen

Dwayne Bravo

Chennai is super king

32

2012

Morne Morkel

Delhi Daredevil

25

2011

Lasith Malinga

Indians in Mumbai

28

2010

Pragyan Ojha

Deccan charger

21

2009

RP Singh

Deccan charger

23

2008

Sohail Tanvir

Royal Family of Rajasthan

22

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