Rahul Dravid holds the record of playing most deliveries and staying at the crease as unbeaten batsman more than any other batsman in history of test cricket. here's a list..Most balls faced in test cricket31258 balls faced = Rahul Dravid of India, 164 tests.28930 balls faced = Sachin Tendulkar of India, 193 tests.28246 balls faced = Jacques Kallis of S Africa, 158 tests.27002 balls faced = Allan Border of Australia, 156 tests.24887 balls faced = Shivnarine Chanderpual of WI, 137 tests.22461 balls faced = Steve Waugh of Australia, 168 tests.21408 balls faced = Ricky Ponting of Australia, 157 tests.20709 balls faced = Michael Atherton of England, 115 tests.20608 balls faced = M Jayawardene of Sri Lanka, 135 tests.20412 balls faced = Geoff Boycott of England, 108 tests.19753 balls faced = Brian Lara of West Indies, 131 tests.
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Madan Lal of India faced the first ball in cricket test match. The match was between India and England.
I believe the lowest score not yet made by a batsman in Test cricket is 229.
Arthur Chipperfield of Australia was the first batsman to be dismissed on 99 in Test Cricket Debut.
Hutton,L from England faced the maximum number of balls in an innings of test cricket against Australia. He played 847 balls and scored 364 runs.
Inzmam ul Haq is the batsman who scored lowest score in test with highest number of balls. 1 run in 35 balls against India.
A batter (or batsman) is not timed, as far as I know, in test cricket. It may be different in some of the other versions. If the batsman hits the ball without it being caught or running to score a run he will not be the batsman at the end of the over (six balls). His colleague will be the batsman for an over and then it will be his turn again.
400* by Brian Lara