Sir Don Bradman is a name which represents the passion and art of cricket. This Australian legendary master cricketer is undoubtedly the best in the history of cricket. He could take cricket to such a height where Bradman is set as a king ruling others in the cricket world. He symbolizes a model of a batsman in the cricketing point of view. It is worthless to add an adjective before his name as every attempt will be in veil. With an enormous average of 99.94 in test cricket he could score 6996 and if he could score just 4 runs in his last international innings his total runs would be 7000 and most importantly his average would be 100! However, he has been dismissed without scoring a single run in that innings which is one of the greatest and most talked issue in the world cricket. He has the then record of 29 centuries and he used to carry out those hundreds to a larger figure frequently. He could score a century in every three innings at an average. His is the first and one of the second batsmen who has two triple centuries. Sir Don is one of the five Cricketers of the Century according to Wisden. Analyzing a number of things statistician Charles Davis find out that Bradman is the Athletic figure who is followed by Pele, Ty Cobb, Jack Nicklaus, Michael Jordan and Bjonn Borg.