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yasir hameed of Pakistan batted 45 times in his career without getting a duck

of players currently playing, ross Taylor of New Zealand has batted 40 times without being dismissed for 0

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Q: Who is the player to have played the most innings in test cricket ever since his debut without getting dismissed for a duck?
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