We are here to talk about Cricket. In India, the public eats a cricket, prays cricket, sleep cricket. When we talk about batting, there are numerous parameters to determine the quality of a batsman at World cricket.
A batsman has to go through their understanding and adaptability technique against unknown and known pitches which will give us the actual result of the quality of a batsman. When Asian cricketers travel to other countries, that’s the moment their real technique and understanding is tested.
Asian continental pitches are adaptable for all cricket countries like India, Pakistan, Srilanka, Bangladesh and they find it easy to match play in less bouncy and spin pitches.
Moreover, the weather conditions are almost the same in all the four countries which give more suitability to play more international cricket there. It’s important for any Indian cricketer to get used to their home conditions before they start touring other countries.
The bad side of an Asian cricket player is they find it really difficult to get used to away conditions due to change in weather and bouncy pitches. Many already know this, however, SENA stands for South Africa, England, New Zealand, and Australia.
These conditions are very different compared to Asian sub-continental pitches. It is really difficult to adapt to the conditions there.
Most runs in SENA Countries by Indian batsman:
Well, let’s come to the point. Any guesses? That’s right! Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar is a thorough professional in these conditions who learned in and out of the field. Other than him, there are few Indian players who have played will in such conditions, although, it is not easy to bat in any of these four countries in any cricket format.
The God of Cricket has batted exceptionally well under these conditions throughout his career Sachin scored Hughes number of centuries and runs in ODI cricket. He outplayed almost every bowler in his 24 years of cricket life.
Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar has also scored the greatest number of runs in SENA Countries by an Indian. He managed to shock the world with 4816 runs in just 135 matches along with 25 fifties and 9 centuries abroad.
He was the highest scorer in the 2003 world cup held in South Africa in which he took his team to semi-finals. He also holds the honor of the first batsman to score a double ton in ODI cricket.
His exceptional skills in utilizing away conditions are still memorable to all the fans. His fascinating 117 run knock and 91 in Sydney and Adelaide respectively made India clinch the win in Australian soil under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Well, that’s a lot of cricket today. Being said that we have Virat Kohli who is about to break this record with 3919 runs from just 85 matches. Let’s see how long it will take him to break the record of master blaster. We are bringing new updates to you ASAP. Stay tuned!