1. Rohit Sharma
The only man in the history of ODI cricket to have two double hundreds also the highest individual score record holder, Rohit Sharma can surely crack up a 300 on his day.
Till 2012, Rohit Sharma had opened only three times in one-day internationals, in the away series in South Africa in 2010-11. His returns in that series were meager – 29 runs off 59 balls, at an average of 9.66 and a strike rate of 49 – and the experiment was quickly discontinued when Rohit returned to the team after missing the 2011 World Cup.
at the start of 2013, he got another shot at opening the batting, and that opportunity has completely changed his ODI batting numbers. From a player who was constantly confounding fans and critics with his inconsistency, Rohit has transformed into a remarkably consistent and prolific batsman.
Rohit’s ability to play attacking shots off the short ball, on the other hand, makes him an excellent candidate to bat at the start of an innings against quick bowlers and the new ball. Rohit can make 300 runs in ODI.