Best Batting Strike Rate in Test Cricket in 2016

Record holder : Brendon McCullum of New Zealand holds the record (125) for best batting strike rate in test cricket in 2016.

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1. New Zealand Brendon McCullum - 125

At the top of list is Brendon McCullum of New Zealand. He had batting strike rate of 125 while scoring 180 runs in 4 innings of 2 matches at an average of 45.

2. New Zealand Tim Southee - 109.56

Next in the list is Tim Southee of New Zealand. He had batting strike rate of 109.56 while scoring 126 runs in 8 innings of 8 matches at an average of 15.75.

3. Australia David Warner - 86.87

Then comes our David Warner of Australia. He had batting strike rate of 86.87 while scoring 748 runs in 19 innings of 11 matches at an average of 41.55.

4. New Zealand Colin de Grandhomme - 86.72

At position no. 4 is Colin de Grandhomme of New Zealand. He had batting strike rate of 86.72 while scoring 98 runs in 3 innings of 2 matches at an average of 32.66.

5. Pakistan Sohail Khan - 80.87

At no. 5 position is Sohail Khan of Pakistan. He had batting strike rate of 80.87 while scoring 241 runs in 11 innings of 7 matches at an average of 26.77.

6. India Karun Nair - 79.4

At position no. 6 is Karun Nair of India. He had batting strike rate of 79.4 while scoring 320 runs in 3 innings of 3 matches at an average of 160.

7. South Africa Quinton de Kock - 78.61

Then comes our Quinton de Kock of South Africa. He had batting strike rate of 78.61 while scoring 695 runs in 13 innings of 8 matches at an average of 63.18.

8. West Indies Carlos Brathwaite - 77.92

At no. 8 position is Carlos Brathwaite of West Indies. He had batting strike rate of 77.92 while scoring 120 runs in 3 innings of 2 matches at an average of 60.

9. New Zealand Matt Henry - 76.27

Then comes our Matt Henry of New Zealand. He had batting strike rate of 76.27 while scoring 135 runs in 7 innings of 4 matches at an average of 22.5.

10. Sri Lanka Kusal Perera - 75.28

At no. 10 position is Kusal Perera of Sri Lanka. He had batting strike rate of 75.28 while scoring 396 runs in 13 innings of 7 matches at an average of 30.46.