1 S R Tendulkar, India 1989-2013 200 2 R T Ponting Australia 1995-2012 168 Player Country Career Tests Runs Wkts Avg3 Wkts Avg3 Wkts Avg3 Wkts Avg3 Wkts 1985-2004 S. R. Waugh Australia 1681301.250 3405.000 5061.667 2768.333 9932.222 1684.444 S. C. Gavaskar India 1201201.111 3021.556 4683.889 2376.778 7331.722 1797.947 R. A. Dravid India 1198181.111 3020.556 4680.556 2374.389 7327.222 1795.278
On December 26, 2013, Sachin Tendulkar announced his retirement from Test cricket. He remains the leading run scorer for India with 13996 runs at an average of 51.96. His career mark is poised to be surpassed by Virat Kohli in future years.
Tendulkar played 200 tests between 1989 and 2013, scoring 100 centuries and finishing with a average of 51.93. He remains the highest run scorer in test history with 13996 runs. He also holds records for the fastest century (100 balls), the most fifties (17) and hundredth wicket (Kumar Sangakkara).
|SR Tendulkar (INDIA)||1989-2013||15921|
|RT Ponting (AUS)||1995-2012||13378|
|JH Kallis (ICC/SA)||1995-2013||13289|
|R Dravid (ICC/INDIA)||1996-2012||13288|
When Arthur Shrewsbury and JJ Lyons led the charts, very few bouts were performed. Batsman Team M 100s/50s Year Charles Bannerman, Australia, 2/1, 1877. Australia 1 0/1 Alec Bannerman 1879 WG 1880 1 /0 Grace England 1881 Australia 1 /0 Tom Horan
Find out who the top run-scorer by a batsman in Test cricket is and much more. India During India's match against Australia in 2008, Sachin Tendulkar broke Brian Lara's record for the most runs scored in Test cricket.
Tendulkar tops the chart with 15,921 runs as of May 2018, followed by Ricky Ponting of Australia with 13,378 runs.
Tendulkar, S.R. The player with the most hundreds in international test match cricket as of June 2021 was
|Characteristic||Number of centuries scored|
|SR Tendulkar (INDIA)||51|
|JH Kallis (ICC/SA)||45|
|RT Ponting (AUS)||41|
|KC Sangakkara (SL)||38|
The most number of runs in a career
Players that have participated in more than 100 test matches
|18 December 2005||Anil Kumble||1990–2008|
|2 January 2006||Ricky Ponting||1995–2012|
|28 February 2006||Muttiah Muralitharan||1992–2010|
|18 March 2006||Rahul Dravid||1996–2012|
Most Test Runs in the 2020–21 India versus Australia Test Series | top run scorers Marnus Labuschagne has scored the most runs in the current India vs. Australia Test series 2020. The South African left-hander has accumulated 357 runs so far and has been dismissed only once during this series. He achieved this record in four matches. The other top run scorer of the series is Virat Kohli who has made 343 runs at an average of 57.50. He has scored centuries in both the tests and has also come out with fifties.
Kohli's record stands to fall in the fifth and final test match which will be played at the Adelaide Oval from December 6. (December 5, evening news)
India vs Australia Test Series 2020 Stats - Injuries have taken their toll on both teams and it shows in the stats. While India lost Ravindra Jadeja due to a hamstring injury, Australia missed the presence of David Warner and Aaron Finch in the squad. Despite this, India won all the matches and finished the series 1-1. Batsmen: India has found good form from its batsmen in the recent games. They have scored hundreds in both the tests and has also seen some brilliant batting performances.
The statistic depicts the number of international test match cricket matches played by player as of February 2021. Sachin Tendulkar, nicknamed "The Little Master," represented India in 200 test matches between 1989 and 2013. He is the most successful test player with 166 wins, 20 losses and 14 draws. Including other formats of the game, he has a total of 582 tests to his name.
Test cricket is a form of the sport of cricket which was developed by England's MCC in 1877. The term "test" is used because the games were seen as a challenge to be met by English cricketers. They were played over several days and were considered important enough to merit a full team representation. The first test match was played between Australia and England at Melbourne Cricket Ground, now known as Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC). Australia won the match by an innings and 39 runs.
A player can become world test cricket champion if he or she holds the record for most test matches won. Currently, this title is held by Sachin Tendulkar, who also holds the record for most test centuries (in both Indian domestic competitions) and ODI runs.