Best Bowling Economy in Test Cricket in 2003

Record holder : Mohammad Hafeez of Pakistan holds the record (1.79) for best bowling economy in test cricket in 2003.

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1. Pakistan Mohammad Hafeez - 1.79

At the top of list is Mohammad Hafeez of Pakistan. He has economy of 204 while taking 1 wickets in 4 innings of 3 matches at 61 average and 204 strike rate.

2. Sri Lanka Muthiah Muralidaran - 1.8

At position no. 2 is Muthiah Muralidaran of Sri Lanka. He has economy of 58.7 while taking 48 wickets in 13 innings of 7 matches at 17.68 average and 58.7 strike rate.

3. Sri Lanka Sanath Jayasuriya - 2.08

At no. 3 position is Sanath Jayasuriya of Sri Lanka. He has economy of 133.2 while taking 5 wickets in 9 innings of 7 matches at 46.2 average and 133.2 strike rate.

4. Australia Glenn McGrath - 2.11

At position no. 4 is Glenn McGrath of Australia. He has economy of 99.8 while taking 8 wickets in 8 innings of 4 matches at 35.25 average and 99.8 strike rate.

5. Australia Darren Lehmann - 2.16

At no. 5 position is Darren Lehmann of Australia. He has economy of 68.8 while taking 5 wickets in 7 innings of 7 matches at 24.8 average and 68.8 strike rate.

6. South Africa Shaun Pollock - 2.22

Then comes our Shaun Pollock of South Africa. He has economy of 56.5 while taking 45 wickets in 22 innings of 11 matches at 20.97 average and 56.5 strike rate.

7. West Indies Chris Gayle - 2.34

Next in the list is Chris Gayle of West Indies. He has economy of 166.3 while taking 3 wickets in 7 innings of 7 matches at 65 average and 166.3 strike rate.

8. Sri Lanka Upul Chandana - 2.34

At position no. 8 is Upul Chandana of Sri Lanka. He has economy of 189 while taking 2 wickets in 4 innings of 2 matches at 74 average and 189 strike rate.

9. Australia Jason Gillespie - 2.35

At no. 9 position is Jason Gillespie of Australia. He has economy of 57.2 while taking 41 wickets in 20 innings of 10 matches at 22.51 average and 57.2 strike rate.

10. Australia Steve Waugh - 2.42

Then comes our Steve Waugh of Australia. He has economy of 255 while taking 2 wickets in 14 innings of 12 matches at 103 average and 255 strike rate.