When talking about the world's No. 1 batsman, we cannot proceed without mentioning Sachin Tendulkar, one of the best cricket players in the entire cricket fraternity.

Sachin Tendulkar (India)

Sir Vivian Richards made his debut in 1974 and has been known for his destructive batting style, with many describing him as a swagger. 

Sir Vivian Richards (West Indies)

Brian Lara is considered one of the greatest left-handers to have ever played the game of cricket. He started his career in the year 1990 against Pakistan. During his playing time, he was a ruthless batsman who whipped the talented bowlers with his excelling batting skills 

Brian Lara (West Indies)

Virat Kohli's hunger and passion for success made him one of the best cricketer in the world. Virat Kohli is called the king of cricket by his fans. 

Virat Kohli (India)

Throughout his career, one of the best qualities that made Ricky Ponting one of the best batsman in the world was his burning desire to succeed in matches. Even though he retired in 2012, cricket lovers remember him. Because of his perfect pull shot 

Ricky Ponting (Australia)

Kumar Sangakkara started his career with a fierce 156 against Zimbabwe. Sangakkara is an excellent stroke player, a praiseworthy wicketkeeper, and a quick and sharp thinker of the game. 

Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)

Sunil Gavaskar was statistically the most successful opening batsman and is perhaps one of the best openers of all time. His batting was distinguished by excellent technique, unwavering focus, and, most significantly, audacious nerve 

Sunil Gavaskar (India)

Known as "The Master," he is widely considered one of the greatest batsmen in cricket history. Hobbs was the first cricketer to be knighted by the queen. Jack clocked up 15 centuries in his career, a unique accomplishment accomplished by only a few batters of that time 

Sir Jack Hobbs (England)

English-based batsman Sir Wally Hammond was known for his exceptional, unmatched, and unflappable batting abilities. In 1927, he made his debut against South Africa. In his career, he amassed 7249 runs at an average of 58.46 in 85 test matches proving him to be one of the world's best batsman 

Sir Wally Hammond  (England)

Australia and the whole world can never forget one name 'Sir Donald Bradman,' the man who portrayed cricket as one of the greatest games of all time. He established a standard for all aspiring cricketers around the globe. 

Sir Donald Bradman (Australia)