Low point: SRH lost three matches in a row mid-way into the tournament completely derailing their campaign - they were beaten by the Royals by 5 wickets, Super Kings by 20 runs and KKR in the Super Over.
High point:SRH staged a great fightback and won three matches in a row to reach the playoffs. They then defeated RCB in the Eliminator to make the Qualifier 2. Their 4 wins in a row and the way, method and strategy they adopted in achieving the same was SRH's high point in the tournament.
T Natarajan and Sandeep Sharma were very impressive and filled the void left by Bhuvneshwar Kumar.
Captaincy verdict:Some of Warner's tactics were questionable in the tournament - the most glaring one was his hesitancy to use Rashid Khan in the powerplay. Khan did not bowl a single over inside the first 6 in the entire tournament!
Most valuable player: Rashid Khan was SRH's playmaker with the ball in IPL 2020. He ended as the team's highest wicket-taker with 20 wickets from 16 matches at an economy rate of 5.37 - the best in the tournament. He choked the opposition batsmen in the middle overs while also making crucial breakthroughs for SRH.
Major disappointment:The batting of Priyam Garg - the 19 year old could just muster 133 runs in 10 innings at an average of 14.77 and strike rate of 119.81 in the tournament.