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Who scored the fastest double century in Test cricket?

153NJ AstleNew Zealand v EnglandChristchurch2002
163BA StokesEngland v South AfricaCape Town2016
168V SehwagIndia v Sri LankaMumbai2009
182V SehwagIndia v PakistanLahore2006
186BB McCullumNew Zealand v PakistanSharjah2014
194V SehwagIndia v South AfricaChennai2008
211HH GibbsSouth Africa v PakistanCape Town2003
212AC GilchristAustralia v South AfricaJohannesburg2002
220IT BothamEngland v IndiaThe Oval1982
221CH GayleSri Lanka v West IndiesGalle2010
222V SehwagIndia v PakistanMultan2004
227V SehwagIndia v Sri LankaGalle2008
229PA de SilvaSri Lanka v BangladeshColombo (PSS)2002
229JO HolderWest Indies v EnglandBarbados2019
231GP ThorpeEngland v New ZealandChristchurch2002
231MS DhoniIndia v AustraliaChennai2013
232CG GreenidgeWest Indies v EnglandLord's1984
Source: ESPN Cric Info

Who scored the fastest 300 in Test cricket?

Balls facedPlayerMatchLocationYear
278Virender SehwagIndia v South AfricaChennai2007-08
362Matthew HaydenAustralia v ZimbabwePerth2003-04
364Virender SehwagIndia v PakistanMultan2003-04
Source: ESPN Cric Info

Who scored the fastest 15000 runs in the test?

Sachin Tendulkar While playing the 182nd test match with West Indies on 6 Nov 1989 created history to be the first and the only person to score 15000 runs in International test cricket.

Which cricket Players had triple centuries in Test?

*denotes that the batsman remained not out.
daggerdenotes that the total was the highest Test match score at the time.
(c)denotes that the batsman was captain.
Inningsdenotes which of the team's batting innings the triple century was scored in.
Testdenotes the number of the Test match played in that series.
Datedenotes the date the match started on.
1325 daggerAndy Sandham England West Indies1st4thJamaica Sabina ParkKingston3 April 1930[1]
2334 daggerDonald Bradman Australia England1st3rdEngland HeadingleyLeeds11 July 1930[2]
3336* daggerWally Hammond England New Zealand1st2ndNew Zealand Eden ParkAuckland31 March 1933[3]
4304Donald Bradman Australia England1st4thEngland HeadingleyLeeds20 July 1934[4]
5364 daggerLen Hutton England Australia1st5thEngland The OvalLondon20 August 1938[5]
6337Hanif Mohammad Pakistan West Indies2nd1stBarbados Kensington OvalBridgetown17 January 1958[6]
7365* daggerGarfield Sobers West Indies Pakistan1st3rdJamaica Sabina ParkKingston26 February 1958[7]
8311 (c)Bob Simpson Australia England1st4thEngland Old TraffordManchester23 July 1964[8]
9310*John Edrich England New Zealand1st3rdEngland HeadingleyLeeds8 July 1965[9]
10307Bob Cowper Australia England1st5thAustralia Melbourne Cricket Ground11 February 1966[10]
11302Lawrence Rowe West Indies England1st3rdBarbados Kensington OvalBridgetown6 March 1974[11]
12333 (c)Graham Gooch England India1st1stEngland Lord's Cricket GroundLondon26 July 1990[12]
13375 daggerBrian Lara West Indies England1st5thAntigua and Barbuda Antigua Recreation GroundSt John's16 April 1994[13]
14340Sanath Jayasuriya Sri Lanka India1st1stSri Lanka R. Premadasa StadiumColombo2 August 1997[14]
15334* (c)Mark Taylor Australia Pakistan1st2ndPakistan Arbab Niaz StadiumPeshawar15 October 1998[15]
16329Inzamam-ul-Haq Pakistan New Zealand1st1stPakistan Gaddafi StadiumLahore1 May 2002[16]
17380 daggerMatthew Hayden Australia Zimbabwe1st1stAustralia WACA GroundPerth9 October 2003[17]
18309Virender Sehwag India Pakistan1st1stPakistan Multan Cricket StadiumMultan28 March 2004[18]
19400* dagger (c)Brian Lara West Indies England1st4thAntigua and Barbuda Antigua Recreation GroundSt John's10 April 2004[19]
20317Chris Gayle West Indies South Africa1st4thAntigua and Barbuda Antigua Recreation GroundSt John's29 April 2005[20]
21374 (c)Mahela Jayawardene Sri Lanka South Africa1st1stSri Lanka Sinhalese Sports ClubColombo27 July 2006[21]
22319Virender Sehwag India South Africa1st1stIndia M. A. Chidambaram StadiumChennai26 March 2008[22]
23313 (c)Younis Khan Pakistan Sri Lanka1st1stPakistan National Stadium, Karachi21 February 2009[23]
24333Chris Gayle West Indies Sri Lanka1st1stSri Lanka Galle International Stadium15 November 2010[24]
25329* (c)Michael Clarke Australia India1st2ndAustralia Sydney Cricket Ground3 January 2012[25]
26311*Hashim Amla South Africa England1st1stEngland The OvalLondon19 July 2012[26]
27319Kumar Sangakkara Sri Lanka Bangladesh1st2ndBangladesh Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury StadiumChittagong5 February 2014[27]
28302 (c)Brendon McCullum New Zealand India2nd2ndNew Zealand Basin ReserveWellington18 February 2014[28]
29302*Azhar Ali Pakistan West Indies1st1stUnited Arab Emirates Dubai International Cricket StadiumDubai13 October 2016[29]
30303*Karun Nair India England1st5thIndia M. A. Chidambaram StadiumChennai16 December 2016[30]
31335*David Warner Australia Pakistan1st2ndAustralia Adelaide Oval, Australia30 November 2019[31]
Source: Wikipedia

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