SW’s Long Leg Tales: From Sunil Gavaskar Breaking Bradman’s Record To Introduction Of Women’s Test Cricket
- Sunil Gavaskar’s 30th Test Hundred (December 28, 1983)
Regarded by many as the most technically sound and arguably the best Indian batsman of post-independence era, Sunil Gavaskar marched his way into history books on this day, 33 years back in 1983.
Playing a Test match against the West Indies in Chennai (Madras then), Gavaskar scored his 30th Test hundred, surpassing the record of most centuries in Tests (29) held for 35 years, by the cricketing great itself, Sir Donald George Bradman of Australia.
Gavaskar scored a total of 34 centuries in his career.
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