2021 Records

Most Runs in 2021 in all formats combined

Playing 3 formats is not an easy job to do. It demands full fitness from a player – both mentally and physically.

A batsman adapting to all three formats and performing brilliantly in all three is an asset to any team.

Very few batsmen were able to do well in ODI, Tests, & T20s. On that note, I see Kane Williamson and Rohit Sharma shined better in this year across formats.

The table below will have the highest run-scorers of this year, 2021 in all three possible formats combined.

If you want to look in to the format wise best performers, click here.

Mohammad Rizwan (PAK)19154556.32115*2/15
Joe Root (ENG)18553166.252286/6
Babar Azam (PAK)17604540.931583/14
Rohit Sharma (IND)14203543.031612/9
Paul Stirling (IRE)11512846.04131*4/3
Aiden Markram (SA)11163437.201081/9
Rishabh Pant (IND)11163339.851011/7
Quinton de Kock (SA)10922745.50141*2/7
Rassie Van Der Dussen (SA)10683142.72123*1/8
Liton Das (BAN)10583927.121142/5


Dimuth Karunaratne’s 244 vs Bangladesh in Pallekele Test is the highest score by a batsman across formats in 2021. Find out in detail about the Test double centuries here.

Joe Root tops the 100s chart with 6 centuries this year. You can find out the calendar year records of centuries in this blog.

However, Babar Azam leads the chart of most 50+ scores in this year. Find out about his 2021 achievements in T20s here.

Evin Lewis has hit 46 sixes this year – the most by any hitter. Check where Lewis’ count of sixes ranks among the list of batsmen with most sixes in a calendar year.

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