SRH skipper David
Warner won the Orange Cap, for being the highest run-getter in the tournament, with a tally of 641 runs from 14 innings with an average of a fantastic average of 58.27. The highlight of his campaign was a 43-ball century against KKR at Hyderabad that terribly dented the confidence of the Kolkata franchise for the rest of the tournament.
the Purple Cap (award for the leading wicket-taker) hardly left Bhuvneshwar Kumar's head. The India and SRH pacer finished the tournament on top with 26 wickets from 14 matches, conceding only a touch over 14 runs for every wicket he took. His best figures of 5/19 came against Kings XI Punjab at Hyderabad.