Virat Kohli (RCB, 2016)
The Indian captain scored 973 runs for Royal Challengers Bangalore last season, hitting 4 centuries. Virat Kohli is the highest scoring Orange Cap winner in the history of the tournament.
David Warner (SRH, 2015)
David Warner won the Orange Cap in 2015 scoring 562 runs in 14 matches. The Sunrisers Hyderabad captain had a brilliant strike rate of 156 and an average of 43.
Robin Uthappa (KKR, 2014)
Kolkata Knight Riders' Robin Uthappa won the Orange Cap in 2014 scoring 660 runs in 16 matches. His performance inspired KKR to win their second IPL title.
Michael Hussey (CSK, 2013)
Mr Cricket, Michael Hussey won the Orange Cap in 2013 playing for Chennai Super Kings. The Australian batsman scored 733 runs in 17 matches. CSK had lost the final against Mumbai Indians.
Chris Gayle (RCB, 2012)
'Universe Boss' Chris Gayle won the Orange Cap for the second consecutive time in 2012 for Royal Challengers Bangalore scoring 733 runs in 15 matches.
Chris Gayle (RCB, 2011)
Royal Challengers Bangalore's Chris Gayle won the Orange Cap for the first time in 2011, scoring 608 runs in 2012. It was his debut season for RCB and he proved to be an instant hit for the team.
Sachin Tendulkar (MI, 2010)
Sachin Tendulkar was the first Indian player to win the Orange Cap in 2010 for Mumbai Indians. The Cricket legend scored 618 runs in 15 matches.
Matthew Hayden (CSK, 2009)
This legendary Australian opening batsman won the Orange Cap in 2009 for Chennai Super Kings. Matthew Hayden scored 572 runs in 12 matches.
Shaun Marsh (KXIP, 2008)
Kings XI Punjab's Shaun Marsh won the Orange Cap in the inaugural edition of IPL. He scored 616 runs in 11 matches. KXIP had reached the semis of the tournament.