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Top 5 Indian Batsmen


India, where cricket is a passion and cricketers are given the status of demigods, is a nation studded with these willow warriors.
Since the time this nation entered the International cricket arena, its players have continuously left their mark on the canvass of history.

From Ranjitsinhji to Sachin Tendulkar, Indian soil has produced such batsmen whom world swears by. Sachin Tendulkar, the uncrowned czar of the Indian cricket was judged the all time top batsman of the country, when he crossed the 12,000 run mark on October 18, 2008. He is followed by 'The Wall' - Rahul Dravid.

Sunil Gavaskar - the little master has been ranked number three, whereas our own Dada, who recently announced his farewell to International cricket, got the fourth position. The Wisden Cricketer of the year 1987 - Dilip Vengsarkar stands at number five pedestal. Lets have a sneak peak at their Test records that made them the name they are:

Cricketer Tests Runs Avg 100s 50s
Sachin Tendulkar 152 12027 54.17 39 50
Rahul Dravid 127 10341 53.58 25 53
Sunil Gavaskar 125 10122 51.12 34 45
Sourav Ganguly 111 7063 42.29 16 34
Dilip Vengsarkar 116 6868 42.13 17 35


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