No, a batsman cannot be out hit-wicket off a no-ball.
If you hit the wicket and a bail comes off, you're out--"Hit wicket".
it is when u hit your own wickets
Yes, it is out hitting the wicket after scoring a six in cricket because the batsman hit the wicket.
The ways of getting out are bowled, caught, run out, stumped, leg before wicket, handling the ball, obstructing the fielder, timed out and hit wicket.
For a wicket keeper to run a batsman out, they must touch the wicket with either the ball, or with the wicket keeping gloves providing the ball is safely held within the glove, the ball itself does not need to actually make contact with the wicket but it must be in control of the wicket keeper for the bales to be knocked off before the batsman gets back into his crease.
yes,if the wickets broke then only otherwise not out
2 ( stumped out & hit wicket )
Budhi Kunderan is India's first wicket keeper to hit a double century in test match.