Virender Sehwag. He is the only Indian batsman to have scored two triple centuries in test cricket
Virender Sehwag is the batsman holds the records for scoring the quickest triple century in test cricket.He is from India and scored 364.
Virender sehwag is the only triple century holder for India on world arena.
Andrew 'Andy' Sandham from Streatham, London who played for Surrey. In April 1930 he made 325 at Kingston against the West Indies. He was the first person to ever make a triple century in test cricket, and also easily holds the record for the most runs in a players final test match.
Andrew Sandham of England was the first triple-centurion in test cricket.
On July 25, 1936, India took to bat in their seventh match as a Test-playing nation. India's second innings saw Vijay Merchant and Syed Mushtaq Ali both score centuries at the top of the order, though Ali took less time to do so - 150 minutes in comparison with his team-mate's 255.
Virender Sehwag (300 of 278 balls)
virender sehwag 319 runs in 304balls
English cricketer Andy Sandham was the first Test cricketer to score a triple century, making an innings of 325 against the West Indies at Kingston in the 1929-30 season.