Cricket is one of the most popular sports in the world, and it is played in a number of different countries. International cricket is a difficult game since it has three different forms, each with its own set of rules and regulations. T20 matches last no more than 3.5 hours, while Test cricket lasts five days. As a result, various skill sets are needed to succeed in each format.
Running between the wickets is an important component of the game for all batters, but especially for Indian batsmen. This is what keeps them occupied and allows them to launch at the conclusion of the process. So far, the plan has been successful.
Sachin Tendulkar – 162.1 KM
The Master Blaster has covered a total of 162.1 kilometers in ODI cricket, scoring almost 9000 runs by jogging the 1s, 2s, and 3s. Sachin is one of the most prolific boundary scorers in the game’s history. Sachin had to focus on singles and doubles to extend his duration in the crease after being forced to play in the top order. As a result, he ran one of the longest ODI distances ever.
Virat Kohli – 120.9 KM
Virat Kohli, perhaps the finest batsman in the world, can score runs in a variety of ways. While hitting fours and sixes hasn’t been an issue for the Indian captain, his ability to sneak runs past fielders has proven to be a slow poison for opposing sides. Kohli quickly increases his team’s run pace without anybody noticing. He can find the tiniest of openings, and his lightning speed has put many of the world’s best fielders to the test. As a result of all of this, he has run about 120.9 kilometers between wickets. He still has several years left in his career to add to his total.
MS Dhoni – 107.1 KM
MS Dhoni was the No. 1 ODI batsman in the ICC rankings for a long time. Dhoni’s appearances at the crease were marked by a heavy dose of pressure to produce rapid runs. Despite this, MSD had a successful career and is remembered as one of India’s greatest ODI players. MSD, who is known for his fitness and quickness between the wickets, has run a total of 107.1 kilometers in one-day international cricket.
Sourav Ganguly – 101.1 KM
Sourav Ganguly was one of Team India’s top ODI run-scorers. For his incredible cover drives, the former skipper was dubbed the “God of Off-side.” Dada was also known for his major hits. In total, the current BCCI president went roughly 101.1 kilometers between the wickets throughout his ODI career. This helped India well in a number of games at the turn of the century.
Rohit Sharma – 77.8 KM
Rohit Sharma is one of the game’s top boundary hitters. He boasts one of the highest six-hitting rates in the sport, which comes as no surprise. As a result, it’s reasonable that Rohit hasn’t relied heavily on singles and doubles to score runs. He improves his timing and bravery in order to contribute more runs to the team’s cause. He will, though, have plenty of opportunities to add to his total.