Top Ten Cricket Batsmen In World

Friends as you know Cricket is the most famous game in the world. We have compiled a list of top ten batsmen in 2011. There are many famous name in the history of cricket. Lets see who is reached in top ten list as a batsmen.

10.  Jacques Kallis
Jacques Kallis is a most papular batsman in the cricket history. He is all rounder for his cricket team. He is a Right arm medium fast bowller and nice played batsman. Jacques Kallis is the power full batsman and bowller of South African team. He was born in Cape Town, South Africa in     16 October 1975. He is 36 years of old but he is playing very nicelly  for his team.

9. Matthew Hayden
Matthew Hayden is an Australian cricketer. His complete name is Matthew Lawrence Hayden. He was born in october 1971 in Australis. He is a very powerfull and dangerous left handed Opening batsman. He is the great and powerfull batsman for one day and test cricket.

8. Clyde Walcott
Clyde Leopold Walcott was a West Indian cricketer. He was a great batsman in the cricket history. He was born in july 1926 in Saint Michael, Barbados. Sir Clyde Leopold Walcott was arguably the best batsman in the world. He played 44 test and 146 first class matches.

7. Garry Sobers
Garry Sobers is famous cricketer who was the captain of West Indies’s team. He was really a greatest all rounder. He is born in july 1936 Bridgetown, Barbados. Garry Sobers was good in skills of batting, bowling and fielding.

6. Kumar Sangakkara
Kumar Sangakkara is a Sri Lankan cricketer. He is really a greatest batsman in the history on cricket. He is the captain of the Sri Lankan national cricket team. Sangakkara is greatest wicket keeper in the history of cricket. He is born in October 1977 in Matale, Sri Lanka. He has played 311 one internation cricket matche and his score in these matches is 9910 runs. He is also played 106 test matches and score is 9347.

5. Vivian Richards
Viv Richards is a former West Indian cricketer. He is also known as Vivian. He was born march 1952 in St. John’s, Antigua. He  have many nick names like Master Blaster, Smokey, Smokin Joe, King Viv. Richards was a very powerful right-handed batsman. He was really a gretest bastman in the history of cricket.

4. Ricky Ponting
Ricky Ponting is an Australian cricketer. He was born in December 1974 in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. He is a former captain of the Australian cricket team between 2004 and 2011 in Test cricket. He is alos a greatest Captain from 2002 to 2011 in One Day International cricket. He is a greatest right handed batsman of australia cricket team.

3. Jack Hobbs
Jack Hobbs was an English professional cricketer. He was a right handed batsman. He was born  December 1882. He was played for Surrey from 1905 to 1934, And also fjor England in 61 Test matches from 1908 to 1930 in Hove, East Sussex, England. He was a greatest batsman in the history of cricket. In the field, Hobbs was considered a “brilliant” cover point. Who can forget such a greatest batsman.

2. Len Hutton
Len Hutton was an English Test cricketer. He was really a greatest batsman in the history of cricket. He was born in june 1916 in Fulneck, Pudsey, England. played for Yorkshire and England before and after the Second World War as an opening batsman. His name in cricket at top of list after Don Bradman. I would like to say again he was a greatest batsman.

1. Don Bradman
And friends here is the no.1 batsman who is at the top of the list in greatest top ten batsmen in the cricket history. Don Bradman was an Australian cricketer. He was born in August 1908 in Cootamundra, New South Wales, Australia. He was really a greatest batsman of all time. He had set many records for high scoring. His batting average is 99.94, what a great average in the history of cricket. He was played his last test match on 18 August 1948 against England. He was a right handed batsman, i mean greatest batsman. He was also a Right-arm leg break bowller.

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