Sachin Tendulkar Has A Better Bowling Strike Rate Than These 5 Famous Bowlers

Sachin Tendulkar is one of the greatest batsmen in the history of the game. A lot of fans and critics believe that he is the greatest to step on the cricket pitch. While almost everyone appreciates his batting genius, his bowling is a bit underappreciated.
Sachin Tendulkar went to MRF pace bowlers academy to learn from the great Denis Lillee. The Australian saw Sachin’s batting and asked him to concentrate on improving his batting. While that advice paid dividends, Sachin was more than a useful bowler for India. He made a reputation of being the man with the golden arm as he broke a lot of partnerships.
The legend took 154 wickets in ODIs at a very good strike rate of 52.2, which means he took one wicket in less than nine overs.  In this article, we will see the recognized bowlers who have worse bowling strike rate than the Indian maestro.

5. Devendra Bishoo:

Devendra Bishoo emerged on the world stage with some brilliant performances in the Champions League T20 in 2010. The leg-spinner was quite impressive in the 2011 World Cup which helped him win ICC emerging player’s award.
The wrist-spinner struggled with consistency, which meant his career never took off.

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