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13 Tallest Cricketers in the World

How would it feel when you see a 6-foot 5-inch cricketer running at you and delivering a bouncer? A Tall bowler throwing a ball at more than 140 Kmph could be the most fearful time on the pitch for any batsman. The game of cricket is all about strength and also having a decent effort in the field. Being tall as a bowler and a batsman could provide a physical advantage to any man. Most of the taller cricketers in history were all bowlers. They can get the ball to bounce more and bring up a decent time in playing the game of cricket. Here is the list of The Tallest Cricketers To Play in The World.

The Tallest Cricketers in the World

1. Mohammed Irfan  (Pakistan)

Height- 7’1”, (216cm)

Mohammed Irfan, The 7’1″ lean quick bowler from Pakistan, is far beyond anyone’s expectations the tallest player at any game highlighted in the sport of cricket. He Played Was Ist ODI Match back in 2010 Against England. In the wake of Playing 2 ODIs he Got Out From The National Team But he Came Back Very Strongly Against India In Recent Tour in 2012/13 With Lots. Most Importantly he Bowled On a by and large astounding Channel. Additionally gets Lot of Bounce From The Wicket Because of His height he Played Was 1st ODI Match back in 2010 Against England.

2.  Joel Garner (West Indies)

Height- 6′ 8″ (203cm)

Known as the “Monstrous Bird” from Barbados was a threatening West Indian speedster wore the jeans during the Caribbean halcyon days in the seventies and eighties. with a shrewd yorker that skewered in at the batsman’s feet from a steepling 10 feet or somewhere around there. Much of the time his hand would be over the sight screen as taking everything into account, just to make it generously more difficult for the hard-pressed batsman. Collect wiped England off in the 1979 World Cup last, and finished 146 ODI wickets at an enormous normal (18.84) and a significantly more gigantic economy rate (3.09 runs per over). In Tests his 259 wickets cost under 21 each.

3.  Bruce Reid (Australia)

Height- 6’8” (203cm)

Bruce Reid, The raised left arm pacer from Australia stayed at a great sculpture of 6’8″ that made him equipped for removing steep ricochet from even dormant tracks.

He played 27 Test matches for Australia stepping through 113 Exam wickets at a normal of 24.63 runs per wicket. He additionally played 61 one-day-internationals taking 63 ODI wickets. 

3.  Peter George (Australia)

Height- 6’8” (203cm)

Peter Robert George is an Australian Test cricketer. A right-arm quick medium bowler, George plays his five star cricket for the Southern Redbacks. Also, Tallest Ever Australian Cricketer alongside Bruce Reid.

4.  Chris Tremlett (England)

Height- 6’7” (201cm)

The tall English quick bowler is famous for his first ball wicket in five star cricket against New Zealand in the year 2000. Conceived September 2, 1981, Tremlett made his worldwide introduction for England in a One Day International match against Bangladesh in 2005. Tremlett has been an extraordinary bowling bundle for the English side yet wounds have been a consistent issue with the slender quick bowler, making it difficult for him to dependably be a piece of the England global crew. Tremlett took part in England’s triumph in the 2010–11 Ashes in Australia. He is a capable number 8 or 9 batsman, with seven top tier fifties to his name and has a solid arm from the significant.

5.  Steven Finn (England)

Height- 6’7” (201cm)

At 16 years old he became Middlesex County Cricket Club’s most youthful ever debutant in five star cricket. Finn is a particularly tall bowler who can create additional weave, that bothers the batsmen no question. With a height of 6 feet and 7 inches he is the second tallest from England and fifth Tallest Cricketer ever. 

6.  Curtly Ambrose (West Indies)

Height- 6’7” (201cm)

Curtly Ambrose: The fragile goliath remaining at 6’7″ was the lead of the West Indian bowling assault from the last part of the eighties to the turn of the century.

About a large portion of an inch more confined than Garner, yet about twice as crude. Ambrose, from Antigua, additionally had a perfect line in yorkers, and showed close to difficulty to walk he wrapped up with 630 global wickets, 405 of them in Tests.

He was broadly hesitant to address writers. He was picked as one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 1992 after his retirement he was gone into the International Cricket Council Hall of Fame and picked as one of West Indies record-breaking XI by a board of specialists. 

7.  Sulieman Benn (West Indies)

Height- 6’7” (201cm)

Sulieman Jamaal Benn is a West Indian cricketer who plays worldwide cricket for the West Indies and five star cricket for Barbados. Benn has tended to west indies in 17 tests and 25 ODIs, he additionally played 17 T20 matches for west indies. Sulieman is perhaps the tallest individual who played worldwide cricket. With Height of 201cm he is the 6th Tallest Cricketer of all time. He is additionally the Tallest Spin Bowler of all time.

8.  Tom Moody (Australia)

Height- 6’7” (200cm)

Thomas Masson Moody “Long” Tom Moody, so nicknamed for his 2.01 meter (six foot seven inch) height, whose huge edge of 6’7″ could threaten any batsmen, was only one of the two Australian cricketers alongside Steve Waugh to have been a piece of two World Cup winning crews, in 1987 and 1999. He is likewise the Former Head mentor of the Sri Lankan cricket crew. At present he is the mentor for the IPL group Kings XI Punjab. 

9.  Peter Fulton (New Zealand)

Height- 6’6.75” (200cm)

Peter Fulton “Two meter Peter” for clear reasons, In March 2006, he made his Test debut against the West Indies. The incredible manufactured New Zealand cricketer, at 6’6 is the principle second batsmen to have been highlighted in the overview after Tony Greig. Nicknamed he didn’t do value to his latent capacity and just disappeared after a short worldwide vocation. Fulton’s vocation highlights consolidate scoring 301* against Auckland at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch in 2003 which is the most vital lady best in class century by any New Zealand batsman. 

10.  Tony Greig (England)

Height- 6′ 6″ (198cm)

Anthony William “Tony” Greig (6 October 1946. 29 December 2012) Brash and confident, the 6ft 7.5″ allrounder Greig played 58 progressive Tests for England some place in the scope of 1972 and 1977, when his interest was done he became one of the primary players in Kerry Packer’s World Series Cricket. Greig was a fine batsman, fit for smooth many years studded with triumphs. After retirement he was a similarly open TV reporter. Encountering malignancy Tony Greig fails miserably 29th of December 2012 at 66 years old. 

 11.  Courtney Walsh (West Indies)

Height- 6’6” (198cm)

Courtney Andrew Walsh, One of the Greatest Fast Bowler in Cricket History. Courtney Walsh addressed the West Indies Cricket Team from 1984 to 2001, captaining the West Indies in 22 Test matches. He is generally well known for an amazing opening bowling association alongside individual West Indian Curtly Ambrose for a significant long time. Courtney Walsh was the primary Bowler who Surpassed the 500 wickets Milestone. with sculpture of 198cm he is the 10th . 

12.  Jacob Oram (New Zealand)

Height- 6’6” (198cm)

Jacob David Philip Oram (conceived 28 July 1978) is a New Zealand cricketer. The strong medium quick bowler from New Zealand, with his gigantic height of 6’6″, could get a lot of procurement from even dead tracks. His capacities with both bat and ball has made him a normal installation in the current New Zealand International sides. He played for the Manawatu cricket crew in the Hawke Cup. He plays for the Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League. He is one of 36 New Zealand Test cricketers to have scored 1,000 runs and one of just six New Zealanders to have arrived at the twofold of 1,000 ODI runs and 100 wickets. 

13.  Morne Morkel (South Africa)

Height- 6’5” (198cm)

Morne Morkel, He is a right-arm quick bowler with “genuine speed” as per past South African quick bowler Allan Donald, and an accommodating lower request left-gave batsman. Regardless, after a vulnerable run of design, Morkel was dropped from the Test group in 2009. His senior sibling Albie Morkel had his spot. He recovered his Test place in 2010. The gigantic 6’5″ South African is one of the most ludicrously feared quick bowlers in world cricket today. The more youthful ruler of allrounder Albie, he has made a huge piece of his stature by bowling exceptionally quick and removing amazing weave

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