Top 10 batsman in cricket


Top 10 great batsman in cricket:-


We know about the cricket is very famous sport in the world so here we know about the top 10 great batsman in cricket history.
So let's start-


Sachin Tendulkar


Sachin started playing cricket at the age of 16 and Sachin's name is the highest record of the cricketing world. Sachin is considered the greatest player of cricket in the world after Sir Bradman. Sachin's name is the first record of making 10,000 runs in ODI's and when he retires, Sachin has a record of 18,426 runs, which is the highest in the world. It is the world's first batsman to have a record of first double century, a record of 50 Centuries, 100 international centuries in Test matches.

 During his career, Tendulkar fiercely smashed all the small bowlers of the world, including Waqar Younis, Shoaib Akhtar, Shane Warne and Muthaiah Muralidharan.

Sir Don Bradman


Sir Don Bradman has always been involved in the great batting line in the world and in our list it is number 2.

Don Bradman is Australia's greatest cricketer who is considered to be the greatest player of 'Test Cricket'. You will be surprised to know that the betting average of Bradman's Test career was 99.94, which is the biggest record ever in the history of cricket, and the breakdown is almost impossible. In his last match, he needed only 4 runs to get 100 runs, and he was out in the middle and thus his record of 100 average was kept. He was also given the title of knighthood in 2009.

There is no doubt that it is the best batsman in the world and because of giving them number position, it is because they have scored most runs against England and at that time bowling attack was not as deadly as it is today.

Sir Vivian Richards 


Sir Vivian Richards has also been involved in the world's great batting, and in this list it is in position 3.

Vivian Richards has been a former player of the West Indies and is known for his aggressive batting. Vivian is considered to be the most aggressive and dangerous batsman of cricket history. Playing in an aggressive style fearlessly scattered the bowlers of the whole world, and in his time, it has also been among the most popular among cricket fans, due to which it is included in the world's 10 best batsmen.

The term "swagger" often refers to their batting style. He has scored 8,540 runs in his 121 Test matches, whose average is 50.23 and his name is also the record of making a century in the lowest number of Test matches, which he scored 100 runs in just 56 balls against England. He was given the title of knighthood in 1999.

Garfield


Garfield has been a former West Indian cricketer, whose career lasted from 1954 to 1974. Garfield is considered the greatest all-rounder and the best batsman of the cricketing world. In 1958, Sobers set an indivisual record of making 374 runs in the same innings, which Brian Lara broke in 1994. Apart from this, Sobar's name is also a record of six sixes in 1 over 6 balls.

Seeing the contribution of Queen Elizabeth L. to Sobour, she has also given her the title of knighthood. In 2000, Sobar was named in the 'One of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Century' by the 100-member committee. "Sir Garfield Sobar Trophy" has also been removed in the name of ICC, Sobar.

Sunil Gavaskar


Sunil Gavaskar has been a former Indian cricketer who is considered the greatest opening batsman of cricket history and is also counted among the top 10 batsmen. Gavaskar has the record of making the most runs in the Test matches and the record of making the most century in Test matches is also Gavaskar's name.

He made 34 Test centuries in his career in almost 20 years, which was broken by Sachin Tendulkar in 2005. Sunil Gavaskar was given the prestigious 'Colonel CK Nayudu' for the year 2012. Sunil Gavaskar is fifth in the list of the world's greatest batsmen.

Brian Charles Lara 


Brian Charles Lara is the former West Indian explosive batsman, who is considered to be one of the best 10 batsmen in the world. Lara also has the record of making the most individual runs in Test cricket, which he scored 400 runs against Antigua in England in 2004 and was not out. Lara has a record of one century, one double century, one triple century, a quadruple century and a five-tenth century which is a mix of Test and One Day matches.

 Lara also has the record of making the most runs in an over in the Test match, which he scored 28 runs off Robin Peterson of South Africa.

Lara's Test Match average of 52.88 and ODI match average of 41. Brian Lara has been a great player of the West Indies who was compared to Sachin Tendulkar during his career.

Ricky Ponting

Top 10 great batsman in cricket


Ricky Ponting is a former great batsman of Australia, who was called the best batsman of his time and whose name is included in 10 batting batsmen of cricket history. Ricky Ponting is considered to be an aggressive batsman of Australia, and has also been disgraced for his negligence on the field.

Ricky has played 160 Test matches and 370 ODIs in his career and is one of the four cricketers in the history of cricket who has touched 13,000 runs in his career.

Jacques Kallis


Jacques Kallis is in the list but he can also call him the world's finest all-rounder. Jacques Kallis has a record of 13,000 runs and 250 wickets in ODIs and Test cricket, and if you do the best batsmen of the world, then nobody can ignite them.

 Jacques Kallis has played almost 150 Test matches and his batting averages have been 57 runs per innings, and Kallis has performed well in all areas of cricket and that brings him to number 8 in our list.

Rahul Dravid


The strongest wall of Indian cricket (Rahul Dravid) is ninth in our list

Rahul Dravid was one of the best players in the Indian cricket team and it has been known for his technique. He has been regarded as a defensive playing player, due to which he got a place in Test cricket, but due to his poor run rate in One Day cricket, he was mostly kept out. However, during his career, he achieved excellent scores in ODIs and was named "Indian Cricket", "The WALL". Dravid scored 36 centuries during his Test career and his run average was 39.49 in the ODI.

 This is among some of the few players who have exceeded their run-rate of overseas grounds. Due to its superb game technique and belligerent game, it is ninth in this list.

Sanath Jayasuriya


Sanath Jayasuriya was the first batsman to change the condition and direction of one day cricket in his aggressive manner.
During his tour of Australia, Sanath made a different strategy and he had to make maximum runs in the initial 15 overs, his strategy was so successful that till today it is tried. During the course of his career, almost every bowler was furious and he also received the title of 'Player of the Tournament' in the 1996 World Cup.

This World Cup was won by Sri Lanka and Sanath had an important role in it. It is a strange fact that in the Sri Lankan team he got a place in the middle order batsmen and when he retired, it was the most successful opening batsman. Jayasuriya also had the record of making a century in the lowest balls, which was later broken by Shahid Afridi.





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