Top 10 Most Successful Australian Cricketers of All Time

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  1. Sir Donald George Bradman, AC (27 August 1908 – 25 February 2001), also known as "The Don," was an Australian cricketer who was largely regarded as the greatest batsman of all time. Bradman's lifetime Test batting average of 99.94 is often regarded as the finest achievement by any athlete in any major sport.

    He is widely regarded as one of the most successful cricketers of all time. He was born in the Australian state of New South Wales on August 27, 1908. In Test matches, Sir Don Bradman has an unequaled average of 99.94. Sir Don Bradman's image has also appeared on postage stamps and coins, in addition to cricket. Sir Don Bradman was admitted into the International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket Hall of Fame in 2009.

    Full name: Donald George Bradman

    Born: 27 August 1908, Cootamundra, New South Wales, Australia

    Died: 25 February 2001 (aged 92), Kensington Park, South Australia

    Height: 1.7m

    Source:  The Sun
    Source: The Sun

  2. Ricky Thomas Ponting AO is an Australian cricket coach, commentator, and former player who was born on December 19, 1974. Ponting led Australia's national team throughout its "golden period," from 2004 to 2011 in Test cricket and 2002 to 2011 in One Day Internationals (ODIs), and is the most successful captain in international cricket history, with 220 triumphs in 324 matches and a 67.91 percent winning record. He is widely regarded as one of the top batsman of the contemporary period, having achieved the highest Test batsman rating in 50 years in December 2006, though this was eclipsed by Steve Smith in December 2017. He is second only to Sachin Tendulkar in terms of the number of international century he has struck.

    Full name: Ricky Thomas Ponting

    Born: 19 December 1974, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

    Height: 1.78m

    Source: ABC
    Source: ABC
  3. Shane Keith Warne (born September 13, 1969) is an Australian cricket pundit and former international cricket captain who captained Australia in One Day Internationals (ODI). Warne was selected one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year in the 1994 Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, and is widely regarded as one of the greatest bowlers in cricket history. In 1997, he was voted the World's Leading Cricketer by Wisden (Notional Winner). In 2003, he was barred from the sport after testing positive for a banned drug. In the 2005 Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, he was named Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World for the year 2004.

    In 2000, he was named one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Century by a panel of cricket experts, the only specialist bowler in the group and the only one still playing at the time. In July 2013, he announced his retirement from all forms of cricket.

    Full name: Shane Keith Warne

    Born: 13 September 1969, Upper Ferntree Gully, Victoria, Australia

    Height: 1.83m

    Source:  Players Bio
    Source: Players Bio
  4. Adam Craig Gilchrist AM (born 14 November 1971) is an Australian cricket pundit and former international cricketer, as well as the current captain of the Australian national side. He was a record-breaking wicket-keeper and offensive left-handed batter who reinvented the role for the Australian national team with his aggressive batting. Gilchrist, widely regarded as one of the greatest wicket-keeper-batsmen in the game's history, held the world record for the most dismissals by a wicket-keeper in One Day International (ODI) cricket until it was surpassed by Kumar Sangakkara in 2015, and the most by an Australian in Test cricket until it was surpassed by Kumar Sangakkara in 2015.

    He was one of the most successful batsman-wicket keeper combinations in cricket history. In January 1993, Gilchrist made his First-Class debut. In the history of cricket, Adam Gilchrist is the only wicketkeeper to score a century in a World Cup knockout match. Apart from that, Adam Gilchrist is the first player in Test history to hit 100 sixes.

    Full name: Adam Craig Gilchrist

    Born: 14 November 1971, Bellingen, New South Wales, Australia

    Height: 1.86m

  5. Matthew Lawrence Hayden is an Australian cricket pundit and former cricketer who was born on October 29, 1971. He had a fifteen-year career. Hayden was a left-handed opening batter who was both powerful and aggressive.

    Hayden holds the record for greatest Test score by an Australian batsman (380). This is also the greatest individual test score by an opening batsman in the history of the game. His 201 against India in Chennai is still the second greatest score by an Australian in the country. With Justin Langer, he had one of the most productive opening partnerships in international Test cricket, and with Adam Gilchrist in ODI cricket. Hayden's Test average was 50.7 at the time of his retirement in January 2009; he had scored the second-most runs by an opening batsman in Test cricket; and he was tied for sixth place (with Jacques Kallis) on the all-time list for Test centuries.

    Hayden was named to the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame in 2017. Hayden was named Pakistan's Batting Coach for the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup in September 2021.

    Full name: Matthew Lawrence Hayden

    Born: 29 October 1971, Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia

    Height: 1.86m

  6. Glenn Donald McGrath (born 9 February 1970) is a former Australian international cricketer who spent 14 years on the field. He was a fast-medium pace bowler who was regarded as one of Australia's finest international bowlers of all time from the mid-1990s to the late-2000s, and a major contributor to Australia's dominance of world cricket.

    Glenn was a fast medium pacer who set a number of records in cricket. He is regarded as one of Australia's most successful bowlers in cricket history. Glenn had a great sense of line and length. One of Glenn's most well-known achievements is taking the most wickets in the Cricket World Cup. Glenn owns the global record for most Test wickets taken by a fast bowler. He was also one of the most prolific ODI wicket-takers, taking 381 wickets in 250 appearances. Glenn was inducted into the International Cricket Hall of Fame in 2013.

    Full name: Glenn Donald McGrath

    Born: 9 February 1970, Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia

    Height: 1.96m

    Source:  Wikiwand
    Source: Wikiwand
  7. Stephen Rodger Waugh (born June 2, 1965) is an Australian former international cricketer and the twin brother of Mark Waugh, who is also a cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a medium-pace bowler. From 1997 to 2004, he captained Australia to fifteen of their record sixteen straight Test victories, as well as the 1999 Cricket World Cup title. With 41 triumphs and a winning percentage of 72 percent, Waugh is regarded the most successful Test captain in history.

    Steve Waugh has scored over 10,000 runs in Test matches. In January 2010, Steve Waugh was inducted into the International Cricket Council's (ICC) Cricket Hall of Fame. He is a philanthropist as well as a cricketer, and was nominated Australian of the Year in 2004 for his charity efforts.

    Full name: Stephen Rodger Waugh

    Born: 2 June 1965, Campsie, New South Wales, Australia

    Height: 1.79m

    Source:  SIU REVIEW
    Source: SIU REVIEW
  8. Brett Lee (born 8 November 1976) is a former Australian cricketer who has represented his country in all formats of the game. He was one of the most dangerous right-arm fast bowlers in the game, and most batsman avoided him. He was regarded as one of the world's quickest bowlers and a specialized fast bowler in limited overs cricket. He is also regarded as one of Australia's most successful cricketers of all time.

    His genuine quickest delivery in cricket was 161.3 km/h, however the radar gun registered 165.3 km/h incorrectly. After Shoaib Akhtar, he became the world's second fastest bowler with this fastest bowl. He bowled with a high pace of 150 km/h on a regular basis.

    Full name: Brett Lee

    Born: 8 November 1976, Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia

    Height: 1.87m

    Source:  The SportsRush
    Source: The SportsRush
  9. Michael John Clarke (born 2 April 1981) is a former cricketer from Australia. Between 2011 and 2015, he captained the Australian cricket team in both Test and One Day International (ODI) matches, guiding them to victory in the 2015 Cricket World Cup. Between 2007 and 2010, he was the captain of the Twenty20 International (T20I) team. He is recognized as one of his generation's top batsman.

    He captained the Australian national side to the 2015 World Cup victory. Michael Clarke is the only player to hit a century on both his home and away debuts, with a score of 141 against New Zealand and 151 against India, respectively. Clark is ambidextrous, meaning he can throw the ball with either hand. Michael Clarke announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on August 8, 2015.

    Full name: Michael John Clarke
    Born: 2 April 1981, Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia

    Height: 1.78m

    Source:  ESPNcricinfo
    Source: ESPNcricinfo
  10. David Andrew Warner (born October 27, 1986) is a former Australian cricket captain and international cricketer from Australia. Warner, a left-handed opening batsman, is the first Australian cricketer to be selected for a national team in any format without having played first-class cricket in 132 years. In domestic cricket, he represents New South Wales and the Sydney Thunder. Between 2015 and 2018, he served as Australia's vice-captain in both Test and ODI cricket.

    He is the Australian national team's current vice-captain and an aggressive left-hand opener. David Warner holds a number of records, the most notable of which is that he was the first Australian cricketer to be selected for the Australian national squad without having played first-class cricket. David Warner is the first player to achieve a century in his 100th one-day international match, as well as the first to reach 1,500 runs in T20 international cricket.

    Full name: David Andrew Warner

    Born: 27 October 1986, Paddington, Sydney, Australia

    Height: 1.70m

    Source:  Super Stars Bio
    Source: Super Stars Bio

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