‘Mr. Dependable’ or ‘The Wall,’ Rahul Dravid, is generally considered as one of the finest batsmen of all time. He represented India in international cricket from 1996 to 2012, and during that period he led the Indian cricket team to new heights both with the bat and as a leader. Over these years, he made a lot of albums, and here are a few of his favorites.
The following is a list of Rahul Dravid’s international cricket records:
- Rahul Dravid made history as the first Indian captain to win a Test match in South Africa.
- Rahul Dravid became the third Indian captain to win a Test series in England in 2007.
- In Test cricket, Rahul Dravid is the only Indian batsman to score four successive hundreds. In 2002, he reached this landmark.
- Rahul Dravid has scored four hundred in a row in Test cricket.
- Rahul Dravid (13288 Test and 10889 ODI runs) is among the seven batsmen to cross 10,000 runs in both Test and ODI cricket. This feat has also been accomplished by Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting, Brian Lara, Jacques Kallis, Kumar Sangakkara, and Mahela Jayawardena.
- Rahul Dravid has been a part of the most hundred-run partnerships in Test cricket, with a total of 88. During his 164 Test appearances, he was a part of 88 hundred-run partnerships.
- 210 catches – As a fielder in Test cricket, Rahul Dravid has the most catches over any fielder in the world with 210.
- 461 – There are 461 runs in this game. In the 1999 ICC Cricket World Cup, which was held in England. Rahul Dravid was the top run-scorer.
- 6920 – In Test cricket, Rahul Dravid and Sachin Tendulkar scored 6920 runs as a duo, including 20 hundred-plus run stands – the most partnership runs and hundred-plus run stands for any pair in the world.
- 7690 – Rahul Dravid scored 7690 runs outdoors in Test cricket, second only to Sachin Tendulkar for most runs by a batsman away from home (8705).
- 31258 – In his Test career, Rahul Dravid faced a total of 31,258 balls, far more by any batsman in the world, and he is the only batsman to have played more than 30,000 balls in Test cricket.