|Author: Adarsh kumar 19 Mar 2016 Member Level: Silver Points : 2 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
Basically strike rate of a batsman is the average number of runs scored per 100 balls faced. Now as per your question imagine if a batsman hits a sixer for all the 100 balls then he scores 600 runs. Now the average of this 600 runs will be his strike rate.
Now when it comes to strike rate while playing test cricket then it is referred as the average runs scored by a batsman untill he gets out.
Hope this answers your question.
|Author: Kailash Kumar 19 Mar 2016 Member Level: Platinum Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
Strike rates are of two types. Batting strike rate measures a batsman's ability to score runs whereas bowling strike rate measures a bowler's ability to take wickets.
Batting strike rate is defined as number of runs scored per 100 balls faced. In test cricket it is more important for a batsman to score runs without getting out. Therefore batting average is more important than his strike rate. However in limited over matches strike rate matters. Strike rates of over 150 are becoming common in Twenty20 cricket matches.
Average number of balls bowled per wicket taken is bowling strike rate.
|Author: Karthikeyan 20 Mar 2016 Member Level: Gold Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
Strike rate denotes the number of runs scored by a batsman for hundered balls. For example, if a batsman scored 8 runs for 10 balls then the strike rate for the batsman is 80.
Strike rate becomes a crucial factor in determining the batsman capacity. As the cricket is reduced into shorter format, strike rate of the batsman becomes very important to determine his position in the team.
Virender shewag of India and shaid Afridi of Pakistan are famous for holding good strike rate in international cricket across all formats.
|Author: Rahul Maurya 24 Mar 2016 Member Level: Silver Points : 2 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
Strike rate is the number of runs made by the batsman in 100 balls. Strike rate is calculated as-
Strike rate =(Number of runs/Number of balls)*100.
It is very important in T-20 cricket to have a good strike rate. The other two formats, ODI and Test cricket are dependent on partnerships rather than strike rate.
|Author: Darshan Malwiya 27 Jun 2016 Member Level: Silver Points : 1 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
Batting strike rate of a batsman is defined as average number of runs scored per 100 balls faced.
Specially in limited overs format (T20 cricket) strike rate of batsman is considered most important.
Here are some all time highest strike rates in all formats of cricket.
Shahid Afridi 86.97
Virendra Sehwag 82.23
Adam Gilchrist 81.95
G Maxwell 126.19
C Anderson 125.54
L Ronchi 123.98
LOB Cann 117.98
A Chigumbura 156.75
T Perera 155.75
DJ Sammy 152.89
A Finch 152.41
V Sehwag 145.38