William Eric Hollies for a duck
Sir Donald Bradman retired from test cricket in 1948. In his farewell 1948 tour of England, the team he led, dubbed "The Invincibles", went undefeated throughout the tour, a feat unmatched to date.
Had he made 4 runs in his last test match innings he would have had an average of 100 in test cricket.... sadly the Don was out for a Duck...... Oval Vs England 1948. Almost certainly the finest batsman the game has ever seen.
Sir. Donald Bradman
not the first,Australia lost the match by 675 runs in which he made the debut but Australia won the final test he played by an innings and 149 runs.
0. In his last ever Test match he was out for a duck on the second ball.
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.