Personal information :
Full nameDonald George Bradman
Born27 August 1908
CootamundraNew South Wales, Australia
Died25 February 2001 (aged 92)
Kensington Park, South Australia, Australia
NicknameThe Don, The Boy from Bowral, Braddles, the White Headley
Height1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)[1][2]
BattingRight-handed
BowlingRight-arm leg break
RoleBatsman
International information
National sideAustralia (1928-1948)
Test debut (cap 124)30 November 1928 v England
Last Test18 August 1948 v England
Domestic team information
YearsTeam
1927–1934New South Wales
1935–1949South Australia
Career statistics
CompetitionTestFirst-classMatches52234Runs scored6,99628,067Batting average99.9495.14100s/50s29/13117/69Top score334452*Balls bowled1602,114Wickets236Bowling average36.0037.975 wickets in innings0010 wickets in match00Best bowling1/83/35Catches/stumpings32/–131/1

Sir Donald Bradman (1928 -1948) – As Grace
was considered for English cricket, Bradman was
equivalent to Australian cricket. Sir Don as he is
fondly called, is regarded as the best batsman ever
in the history of cricket. He has a staggering 99.94
average in 52 Test matches that included 29 Tests.
He has 117 centuries at first-class level.

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