While international cricket is more than 140 years old, we have seen many great batsmen in every format of the game. The legendary batsmen, who have put the special mark on the game and always remained in the memory of the cricket fans, have played the important roles to inspire the game to move to the better position with the time progress.
The successful batsmen, who played international cricket for a long time and scored many runs, actually faced huge deliveries to reach their present position.
Here we are talking about the top ten batsmen with the most number of balls faced in the international career
Steve Waugh – 32432 balls
Former Australian World Cup-winning captain Steve Waugh was one of the greatest batsmen in his country’s history. Serving for Australia between 1985 and 2004, Waugh played 493 international matches, where the right-handed batsman scored 18496 runs in 548 innings with an average of 41.65. During his international career, Waugh hit 35 centuries and 95 half-centuries.
The right-handed batsman Waugh faced a total of 32432 balls during his international career. He was one of the very consistent performers with the bat in international cricket.