Best Batting Strike Rate in Test Cricket in 2019

Record holder : Tamim Iqbal of Bangladesh holds the record (84.24) for best batting strike rate in test cricket in 2019.

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1. Bangladesh Tamim Iqbal - 84.24

At no. 1 position is Tamim Iqbal of Bangladesh. He had batting strike rate of 84.24 while scoring 278 runs in 4 innings of 2 matches at an average of 69.5.

2. New Zealand Colin de Grandhomme - 83.24

At position no. 2 is Colin de Grandhomme of New Zealand. He had batting strike rate of 83.24 while scoring 323 runs in 8 innings of 6 matches at an average of 53.83.

3. Ireland Tim Murtagh - 81.14

Then comes our Tim Murtagh of Ireland. He had batting strike rate of 81.14 while scoring 99 runs in 4 innings of 2 matches at an average of 33.

4. Afghanistan Rashid Khan - 79.09

At position no. 4 is Rashid Khan of Afghanistan. He had batting strike rate of 79.09 while scoring 87 runs in 5 innings of 3 matches at an average of 17.4.

5. South Africa Quinton de Kock - 78.95

Then comes our Quinton de Kock of South Africa. He had batting strike rate of 78.95 while scoring 713 runs in 15 innings of 8 matches at an average of 47.53.

6. Australia Mitchell Starc - 78.8

At no. 6 position is Mitchell Starc of Australia. He had batting strike rate of 78.8 while scoring 171 runs in 8 innings of 8 matches at an average of 42.75.

7. England Sam Curran - 76.86

At position no. 7 is Sam Curran of England. He had batting strike rate of 76.86 while scoring 206 runs in 13 innings of 7 matches at an average of 20.6.

8. Pakistan Sarfaraz Ahmed - 76.71

Next in the list is Sarfaraz Ahmed of Pakistan. He had batting strike rate of 76.71 while scoring 112 runs in 4 innings of 2 matches at an average of 28.

9. India Rohit Sharma - 75.95

Then comes our Rohit Sharma of India. He had batting strike rate of 75.95 while scoring 556 runs in 6 innings of 5 matches at an average of 92.66.

10. Sri Lanka Kusal Perera - 75.68

At no. 10 position is Kusal Perera of Sri Lanka. He had batting strike rate of 75.68 while scoring 277 runs in 9 innings of 5 matches at an average of 39.57.