Don Bradman's first duck occurred in his twenty-first innings - though his following two Test innings saw him score 226 and 112 runs.
Bradman scored a total of seven ducks in Test cricket, including the legendary final innings in which he was dismissed for a duck.
Donald Bradman's highest score in Test Cricket was 334 and in First Class Cricket 452(not out).
Don Bradman - 309
The record of Don Bradman's 99.99% score in test cricket is unachievable.
Donald Bradman quit Test cricket 23 years before the introduction of One Day International cricket matches in 1971.
He scored 452 in first class national cricket. In international "test" cricket, his highest score was 334 not out at Headingly in England.
18 runs of 40 balls.
Donald Bradman retired from test cricket in 1948.
99.94 which is the highest ever test cricket average.
Sir Donald Bradman scored 29 test centuries.