Most Double Centuries in Test
The following are the top three Most Double Centuries in Test batsmen in the history of International Test Matches.
West Indian master Brian Lara had the highest score in a test cricket match. In his 16-year international career, he has hit nine double centuries. He turned his first shot against Australia into a double shot in 1993. It took him five years to cross the double-century mark again, but from 1999 to 2003, the Caribbean superstar quadrupled his score. In 2004, he scored an unbeaten 400 in St. John’s England against England.
Former Sri Lankan wicketkeeper Kumar Sangakkara maintained the record of scoring twice as high as Asian cricketers. The left-handed batter who represented the island country in 134 test matches and played his first two double centuries at a foreign home. He slammed his virgin double century in Lahore’s test cricket match and then made a magnificent 270 run knock on the door when he played against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo. Sangakkara quickly scored his first 200+ runs in the home test, including 232 innings against South Africa. Two years later, he hit 287 opponents in a home test.
Don Bradman is a player with most double centuries in the test. He scored his first double hundreds at Lord’s match against England in June 1930 and his last score at the Sydney Cricket Ground in December 1946. During this period, he played another ten matches, including two three-century matches. In the Adelaide match against South Africa, unbeaten 299 scores. His partner has run out. Bradman is widely regarded as the best batsman who has ever played cricket. So far, no batsman has a career average batting rate close to 99.94. However, he also had the 12 most double hundred in the test match.