Sir Donald George "Don" Bradman, born on 27th August 1908, was a prominent Australian cricketer who is regarded as one of the agilest batsmen. Apart from being a prominent cricketer, he serves his sport as a successful administrator, selector as well as a writer. He has earned numerous accolades during his active career.
A few of those greatest achievements are listed below:-
In 1947, during India's first tour of Australia, Bradman scored his 100th century and became the only Australian to do so.
Bradman's career Test batting average is 99.94 which is the highest batting average ever.
In 1930, Bradman created a record of scoring the most number of runs (974) in a single Test series.
During the Test match of 1936, he reckoned 270 runs which are the highest scores by a batsman batting at number 7.
In 1979, Sir Donald Bradman received the honor of Order of Australia for his sincere efforts and fruitful guidance in the sport.