IPL Slow Half-Century: Which player has played the slowest half-century in the history of IPL so far? If you want to know the answer to this question, then let us tell you.

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The 16th edition of IPL is about to begin. Every year in the new season of IPL, many new records are made, and old records are broken. IPL is generally considered to be a quick run-scoring tournament.

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So far in the history of IPL, many cool batsmen from all over the world have scored fast centuries and half-centuries many times, but do you know which player has scored the slowest half-century in IPL so far? If you do not know, then let us tell you.

JP Duminy made this record by playing the most balls.

The first name in this list is that of JP Duminy. In 2009, JP scored a half-century in 55 balls against Kings XI Punjab while playing for Mumbai Indians and held this record, which is the slowest half-century ever in IPL history.

Parthiv Patel

Parthiv Patel is the second number on this list. In the year 2010, playing for Chennai Super Kings, Parthiv Patel played a half-century in 53 balls against Kings XI Punjab.

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Robin Uthappa's name remains intact at number three on this list. Robin played a half-century in IPL 2012 against Delhi after facing 52 balls.

Brendon McCullum:

The fourth name in this list is that of New Zealand's dashing batsman Brendon McCullum. He scored a half-century against Mumbai Indians in 2010 after facing 52 balls.

Matthew Hayden

The fifth name on this list is Australian batsman Matthew Hayden. Hayden scored a half-century in 51 balls against Mumbai Indians in 2019.