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7 Cricketers who can hit 100 Sixes on Test Crickets



7 Cricketers who can hit 100 Sixes on Test Crickets

7 Cricketers who can hit 100 Sixes on Test Crickets: Test cricket is like an exam for cricketers because in limited overs match it is easy to bat or ball. However, In Test Cricket, cricketers need to be patient, mental and physical battle with the ball.

There are many hard-hitter batsmen who play in Test Cricket and they mostly deal with a maximum in the match.

The Australian wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist was the first batter to smash 100 sixes in 96 Test matches.

Brendon McCullum becomes the second cricketer to achieve this feat with 107 sixes.

The current Test coach of the England team took 101 matches to register the record of most sixes hit by an individual in the history of Test cricket.

Here are 7 cricketers who can join Ben Stokes, Brendon McCullum, and Adam Gilchrist in the elite club of 100 sixes in Test cricket.

Rohit Sharma:

He currently is 35 years old and may decide not to continue with this format in due course. He is a beast in white-ball cricket and thus he may call his time on Test cricket to focus more on that.

Rohit Sharma hit 64 sixes so far in Test cricket. The Indian captain took just 45 matches to hit the number and with just 36 more sixes, Rohit can be a part of the elite list.

David Warner:

The Australian has 62 sixes to his name and needs 38 more to complete 100 sixes in Test cricket. David Warner played 96 matches for Australia so far and the Southpaw can be a part of the list if continue to play the way he does in Test cricket.

Angelo Mathews:

With 75 sixes to his name, Angelo Mathews is the 3rd in the list of most sixes by an active International cricketer. The Sri Lankan legend has played 100 Tests so far for his country and like Rohit and Warner, this 35-year-old doesn’t have time on his side.

Rishabh Pant:

Rishabh Pant has 48 sixes to his name in just 31 Tests that he has played. Given his form and dominance in Test cricket, it is highly expected that the wicket-keeper batter will reach the milestone sooner than later.

Tim Southee:

Who would have thought that a bowler would feature in this list? Well, Tim Southee proved everyone wrong as the Kiwi International currently has 76 sixes to his name in Test Cricket. The premium pacer played 88 Tests so far for New Zealand and is a regular starter for the team.

Jonny Bairstow:

The English International has 46 sixes to his name in Test cricket. Bairstow has played 88 Test matches for England so far. Can be the second cricketer from England to hit 100 sixes in Test cricket.

Ravindra Jadeja:

The number one Test all-rounder according to ICC Men’s Test all-rounder ranking, Ravindra Jadeja has hit 55 sixes in Test cricket so far. The left-hander played 60 Tests for India as of now and features regularly in the Indian Test team.


Priyanka Joshi is a Former Software Engineer at and blogger. She has good experience especially in cricket this is why she loves to write Cricket news-related articles.

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