4) A century every third innings
Bradman is famous for his test match average of 99.94. He scored 6996 runs in 52 matches (80 innings), with 29 centuries. Therefore, his centuries are scored at a rate of more than one century every three innings. Dismissed for a duck in his final innings, Bradman finished 4 runs short of what would have been a remarkable average of 100 in test cricket.
Even in first class cricket, Bradman’s record stands head and shoulders above ordinary mortals. His ability and performance is brought to light with 28,067 runs in 234 matches (338 innings) at an average of 95.14. Not only that, he scored117 centuries. Here too we can see that he averages more than one century every three innings.