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List of Double Centuries in ODI

Here we are going to talk about the list of players with Double Centuries in ODI in the world. The list of players who have scored double centuries in One Day International is not very long. And before 2010 it was also the case that setting up a double century in ODI was only a matter of thought (men’s cricket).

Double Centuries in ODI

So far there have been 10 players in One Day International matches who have scored Double Centuries in ODI. The player who scored the first double-century is none other than Sachin Tendulkar, the most powerful player in the world. Rohit Sharma is the player with the highest number of double centuries and runs in One Day Internationals. So far Rohit Sharma has scored 3 double centuries in ODI and one double century in test and has scored the highest 264 runs.

Also read: Rohit Sharma double century

List of Cricketers who have scored Double Centuries in ODI

PlayerCountryRunsopponent and year
Rohit SharmaIndia264(Highest)Sri Lanka, 2014
Martin GuptillNew Zealand237*West Indies, 2015
Amelia KerrNew Zealand232*Ireland, 2018
Belinda ClarkAustralia229*Denmark, 1997
Virender SehwagIndia219West Indies, 2011
Chris GayleWest Indies215Zimbabwe, 2015
Fakhar ZamanPakistan210*Zimbabwe, 2018
Ishan KishanIndia210Bangladesh, 2022
Rohit SharmaIndia209Australia, 2013
Rohit SharmaIndia208*Sri Lanka, 2017
Shubman GillIndia208New Zealand 2023
Sachin TendulkarIndia200South Africa, 2010
Double centuries in ODI

1st Double Century in ODI (male): Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar the Master Blaster has scored 1st Double Century in ODI (male), he made this record in his name in ODI, played against South Africa in Gwalior in 2010. Sachin Tendulkar made this amazing record in his name in the second ODI of the home series. In this match, he played an unbeaten inning of 200 runs in 147 balls, in which there were 25 boundaries and 3 maximums. In this match, India scored a huge score of 401 runs, in response to which the South African team was able to score only 248 runs.

1st Double Century in ODI (female): Belinda Clark

Whenever it comes to the first ODI player to score a double century, people answer master blaster Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin Tendulkar is the first male player to score a double century but he is not the first player. The player who scored 1st Double Century in ODI is Belinda Clark of Australia. She made this record on December 16, 1997, during the Women’s World Cup against Denmark in Mumbai. In this match, he scored 229 runs in 155 balls.

Amelia Kerr second female player to score a Double Century

Amelia Kerr is the second female player in the world to have registered her name in the list of Double Centuries in ODI. New Zealand’s superstar did this record against Ireland. She scored 232 runs in 145 balls in this match and also took 5 wickets in the same match. She is the first player in the world to do so.

Highest runs and maximum Double Centuries in ODI by a player

India’s opener Rohit Sharma holds the record for most runs and most double centuries in ODIs. Rohit Sharma’s innings of 264 runs in an ODI against Sri Lanka in 2014 is the highest score ever in ODIs. Along with this, Rohit Sharma also holds the record for most double centuries in ODIs, having scored three double centuries so far. The first double-century was scored in 2013 against Australia. After that, the next year he scored another double-century against Sri Lanka and the third double-century in 2017 against Sri Lanka.

Martin Guptill: Second highest double century in ODI

The 2015 World Cup was very special for New Zealand’s dashing player Martin Guptill. During this world, he had made the record for scoring a double century in ODI. Martin Guptill did this feat against the West Indies in the quarter-finals of the 2015 World Cup. He scored 237 runs in 149 balls in this match, which included 24 boundaries and 11 maximums. This is the second-highest score ever.

Virender Sehwag 219 vs West Indies

India’s stormy opener Virender Sehwag made a record of scoring a double century in the match played against the West Indies in 2011. He is the second male player in the world to do so. In this match, he scored 219 runs in 149 balls, which included 25 fours and 5 sixes.

This used to be the highest score made by a player in ODIs at one point in time until Rohit Sharma made a record of 264 runs. Sehwag is the second male player to have his name registered in the list of double centuries in ODI.

Chris Gayle 215 vs Zimbabwe

When talking about a double century, it is impossible that Chris Gayle’s name is not there in that list. The 2015 World Cup saw two double centuries in a row. First Martin Guptill and second stormy batsman Chris Gayle. He scored 215 runs in 147 balls in this match, which included 10 fours and 16 sixes.

Latest Double Century in ODI

So far, 10 players have scored a double century in total, Shubham Gill’s name is included in this list. Shubham Gill scored a double-century in India vs New Zealand match. He had played an inning of 208 runs. During this match, he hit 5 sixes in 5 balls. Shubham Gill also holds the record for the fastest 1000 runs scored by India.

First ODI fifty: The record of making the first fifty in an ODI is in the name of John Edrich of England. He made this on January 5, 1971, against Australia. He played an inning of 82 runs at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCC).

First ODI Century: The record of scoring the first century in an ODI is in the name of Dennis Amiss of England. He played a historic inning of 103 runs against Australia. He played this inning against Australia on August 24, 1972.

Fastest double century in ODI (male): India’s Ishaan Kishan holds the record for the fastest double century. Earlier this record was in the name of West Indies player Chris Gayle. Ishaan Kishan made this record against Bangladesh.

So this is the end of the list of Double Centuries in ODI. Hope you like it.

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