The Don's batting average in Test Matches was 99.94, which is truly exceptional.
His batting average in all first class cricket matches was "only" 95.14.
Having an average over 50 is the sign of a great test cricketer, and to double that, and be so far ahead of the next best puts Bradman on his own in the pantheon of cricket. Not to mention to have probably his best years interrupted by WW2.
Sir Don Bradman,as regarded as the best player ever,statistically,in any major sport,scored 6996 runs in a mere 80 innings with an average of 99.94
His garce even icreases when you see that he scored 29 centuries and 13 fifties in his 52 matches(80 innings),and he also stood not out in his 10 innings,so,of 70 innings in which he got out,there are only 28 innings in which he could not score over 50.His 12 innings of over 200 in a smallest possible career of 80 innings is just incredible.He was also the first one to have registered 2 scores of over 300.
99.94 which is the highest ever test cricket average.
Can't say anything because at that time balls were not counted,only minutes were counted.
Don Bradman's test average was 99.94.
Test batting average of 99.94
452 not out
99.94 in test cricket -confee!- completely correct.
He was bowled out for a duck (0) on his second ball, giving him a test average of 99.94
BRADMAN'S UNBEATABLE RECORD WAS THAT HIS AVAREGE IN TEST MATCH IS,STUNNING 99.98 RUNS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sir Donald Bradman holds the highest test average of any player ever to have played test cricket, 99.94 runs per innings. He needed just four in his last Test innings, at The Oval in 1948, to gain an average of 100, but was out second ball for 0 bowled by Eric Hollies.
Don bradman has highest average in test cricket. It was almost 100!!
It is by a mile Sir Donald Bradman with a batting average of 99.94 in test (that is the average amount of runs he sored in a match)
Sir Donald Bradman has the highest career batting average in Test cricket. His batting average is 99.94
sir Donald bradman
Donald Bradman, 99.94 Career Test Average.
334 against England in the 3rd test played at Headingley in 1930. It was then the highest ever score in a test.
It is sir Donald Bradman.