Top 10 Runs Scorer batsmen in the history of the test format

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Cricket involves three types of formats including the Test, ODI, and T20 format. Among these, the test format considered the real test of any player. For batsmen, test format the ultimate test of their stamina, temperament, and technique. Throughout the history of cricket, different batsmen stayed on the top. Let’s have a look at some of the top runs scorer batsmen of all times in test format.

1. Don Bradman

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Don Bradman is one of the best batsmen in the test format throughout the great history of cricket. Don Bradman can be called as the role model for other batsmen. Born in August 1908, D Bradman was the Australian cricketer. His remarkable average run rate in the test match stood at 99.94. He played only 52 matches for Australia, but that was enough to register him in the record books. In only 52 tests he scored 52 centuries; this means 1 century per match. Not only international cricket, but his record of He also played 234 1st Class test matches and made a total of 28067 runs. He became the captain of the Australian test format due to his outstanding performance.

2. Sachin Tendulkar

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Sachin Tendulkar is present in the 2nd number in our list of the top batsman. Born in April 1973, he is the star player of the Indian cricket team. Many Indians wonder if anyone currently playing is able to beat his achievements as the best Indian batsman in terms of cricket betting predictions. He played 200 test matches and a total of 329 innings.  With the best score of 248 in one inning, his average run rate is 53.78. He is still the top test run-scorer with 15921 scores in the test format. He made this record while playing 29437 with a strike rate of 54.08. With this performance, he became the captain of the Indian cricket team briefly.

3. Viv Richards

Viv Richard came on 3rd in our list of the best batsman in test format. V Richard was born on 7 March 1952. He was not only the star batsman of test format but also one of the best in ODI format. He played a total of 121 test matches with 182 innings. His best score is 291 and an impressive average run rate of 50.24 in the test match. In 121 test matches, he managed to score a total of 8540 runs in the

Viv Richard came on 3rd in our list of the best batsman in test format. V Richard was born on 7 March 1952. He was not only the star batsman of test format but also one of the best in ODI format. He played a total of 121 test matches with 182 innings. His best score is 291 and an impressive average run rate of 50.24 in the test match. In 121 test matches, he managed to score a total of 8540 runs in the test career. The most impressive part of his career is a very high strike rate of 86.07. Seeing this impressive record, Sir Viv Richard also called the swagger.

4. Garfield Sobers

Born on 28 July 1936, the more famous name of Garfield is Garry Sobers. Being as the left-hander, he considers the 2nd best cricketer West Indies ever produced. He played a total of 93 test matches and 160 innings. He managed to score one of the highest total scores of 365 in one inning. This stylish player scored a total of 8032 runs with an average run rate of 57.78.

5. Jacques Kallis

Jacques Kallis came on the 5th position of the best batsman in the test format. Born on 16 October 1975, he played from the South African side. His test career consists of 166 matches and 280 innings. He managed to score his highest total of 224 runs in one inning. He is one of the highest runs scorers in test format with 13289 runs with an average run rate of 55.37 per inning. Jacques Kallis is the first South African batsman, that score is 13000 in the test format. In 2003, Jacques Kallis won the Wisden cricketer award.

6. Ricky Ponting

Ricky Ponting comes next in our list of best batsmen in the test format. He is probably the finest cricketer of the Australian cricket team ever produced. This right-handed batsman was born on 19 December 1974. He played a total of 168 matches and 287 innings in test career. Ponting’s best score in a test match inning is 257. He made a total of 13378 runs in a test format career. His average run rate is 51.85 while the strike rate is 58.72. He made 41 centuries with the help of 1509 fours and 73. He also made 52 half-centuries and six double centuries in his Test career.

7. Brian Lara

Brian Lara is probably the most stylish batsman of cricket history. He was born on 2 May 1969 and played for West Indies. Lara is considered third-best batsman ever who played for West Indies. This left-hand Batsman played 131 test matches and 232 innings in his test career. He holds the record most runs (400 runs) in one inning. In his whole test career, Lara managed to score 11953 runs. His average run rate in the test format is also impressive which stands at 52.89.

8. Wally Hammond

Wally Hammond came at 8th position in our list of the best batsman in a test format of all-time. W Hammond was a batsman of the England team. He was born on 19 June 1903 and was a right-handed batsman. He played 85 test matches and 140 innings. His best score in a test match inning stood at 336. His average run rate in the test is 58.46 while the strike rate is whopping 96.77. He made 7249 runs with 22 centuries in his test record.

9. Jawed Miandad

Jawed Miandad is the 9th greatest batsman in test history. Born on 12 June 1957, he belongs to the cricket team of Pakistan. Miandad played 124 test matches and 189 innings in his test career. His best score in a test match inning is 280. His average run rate stands at 52.57 while the strike rate is 58.24. He managed to score 8832 runs with 22 centuries in his record.

10. Rahul Dravid

R Dravid is the 10th and the last batsman in our list of best batsmen of the test format. Born on 11 January 1973, he is a retired cricketer of the Indian team.  He played 164 test matches and 286 innings. His highest ever score in a test match inning stands at whopping 270. His average run rate in the test match is 52.31 with a strike rate of 42.51. He made 13288 runs with 36 centuries, 1655 fours, and 21 sixes in whole test career.

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