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Ricky Ponting has scored more centuries in Test cricket and One Day Internationals than any other Australian player

Ricky Thomas Ponting (born 19 December 1974 in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia), nicknamed Punter, is the former captain of the Australian cricket team. He was a specialist right-handed batsman, slips and close catching fielder, as well as a very occasional bowler. He represented the Tasmanian Tigers in Australian domestic cricket and played in the Indian Premier League with the Mumbai Indians.[1]

Awards[edit]

Ponting was the Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World in 2003 and one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Year for 2006.[2] He has been the Allan Border Medalist a record four times in 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2009 (with Michael Clarke) . Ponting has won the award of Australia's best Test player in 2003, 2004 and 2007 and Australia's best One Day International player in 2002 and 2007.[3] He was selected as the ICC World XI captain for the World Cricket Tsunami Appeal charity match against the ACC Asian XI in 2004–05 and scored a match winning 115 off 102 deliveries.[4]

  • Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World: 2003
  • Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 2006
  • Allan Border Medal: 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009 (with Michael Clarke)
  • Australian Test Player of the Year: 2003, 2004, 2007
  • Australian ODI Player of the Year: 2002, 2007
  • ICC Player of the Year: 2006, 2007
  • ICC Captain of the Year: 2007
  • ICC Test Player of the Year: 2006
  • ICC World Test XI: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
  • ICC World ODI XI: 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008
  • Cricket World Cup winner: 1999, 2003, 2007
  • Pura Cup winner: 2006-07
  • Ford Ranger Cup winner: 2007-08
  • Ponting had earned 16 "Man of the Match" awards in 168 Tests; he also has 32 such awards in 375 One-Day Internationals (including the joint award which he had declined from the Johannesburg match).[5]
  • Ponting was named the "Player of the Decade" in January 2010 in a poll organised by Cricinfo, featuring an elite selection panel consisting of over 30 players (current and former), commentators and cricket writers.[6]
  • Sport Australia Hall of Fame inductee: 2015[7]
  • Ponting was honoured with the prestigious Order Of Australia membership in 2012.

International Performances[edit]

Overall Performances[edit]

  • Most International runs by an Australian Batsman in combination of Test, One Day International and Twenty20 International: 27,483 International Runs
  • Most International Centuries by an Australian Batsman and second of all time: 71 International Centuries

Test Match Performances[edit]

After making his Test debut against Sri Lanka in Perth in 1995–96, Ponting became one of Test cricket's most prolific captains and batsmen, creating many records in the process:

  • Second to Graeme Smith (South Africa) for most Test victories as captain: 48
  • Most consecutive Test victories won as captain: 16
  • Most consecutive Ashes defeats as captain in England: 3, shared with Billy Murdoch
  • Most Test caps by an Australian Player: 168 Test caps 168 shared with Steve Waugh
  • First cricketer to be involved in 100 Test victories. He achieved the feat against Sri Lanka in the 1st Test at Galle
  • Most Test runs by an Australian: 13,378 runs. During the third Ashes Test in 2009 he overtook Allan Border's 11,174 runs record, this moved him into third place in the all-time list of run-scorers. He is currently second in the all-time list behind Sachin Tendulkar.
  • Third overall and the first Australian batsman to pass 13,000 Test runs: Achieved against India at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide Australia 2012.[8]
  • Leading run scorer in Australia with 7,578 runs in 92 Tests, surpassing the previous record holder Allan Border's mark of 5,743 set in 86 Tests between 1978 and 1994. Ponting achieved during the second innings of the Third Test against India in Perth in January 2008[9]
  • Most Test centuries by an Australian: 41
  • Most 50+ innings by an Australian batsman: 103 innings of 50 runs or more
  • Most centuries in Australia: 23 (this also equals the record for the most centuries at home by any player)
  • Most Test centuries in a calendar year by an Australian: 7 in 2006
  • Most Test runs in a calendar year by an Australian: 1,544 in 2005, that was surpassed by Michael Clarke (1595) in 2012.[10] He has passed 1,000 Test runs in a calendar year on five separate occasions, in 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2008.
  • Equal most times (3) scoring 100 runs in both innings of a Test, shared with Sunil Gavaskar
  • Only batsman in the history of cricket to score a century in each innings of his 100th Test match – achieved against South Africa in 2005 scoring 120 and 143*
  • First batsman to score over 1,000 runs at four individual grounds (Adelaide Oval, the Gabba, MCG and SCG).
  • Highest Test score by a batsman in a losing side: 242 against India, Adelaide 2003–04
  • Fifth batsman in history to score double-centuries in back-to-back Test matches: 242 at Adelaide and 257 at the MCG against India in 2003-04.
  • First Australian batman to score 40 or more Test centuries for Australia: achieved against India Sydney 2011-12
  • Most double centuries against one team: 3 against India: 257, 242 and 221
  • Most Test centuries against one team: 8 against India
  • Most runs in a calendar decade, 9103 in ODIs and 9458 in Tests in the 2000s.
  • Most Test Catches by an Australian fielder (non-wicket-keeper): 196 Catches
  Batting[11] Fielding[12]
Opposition Matches Runs Average High score 100s / 50s Catches
 Bangladesh 4 260 65.00 118* 1 / 2 4
 England 35 2476 44.21 196 8 / 9 41
ICC World XI 1 100 50.00 54 0 / 1 1
 India 29 2555 54.36 257 8 / 12 36
 New Zealand 17 1076 53.80 157* 2 / 6 25
 Pakistan 15 1537 66.82 209 5 / 6 16
 South Africa 26 2132 47.38 143* 8 / 11 35
 Sri Lanka 14 975 46.43 105* 1 / 7 16
 West Indies 24 1977 53.43 206 7 / 7 18
 Zimbabwe 3 290 96.66 169 1 / 1 4
Overall 168 13378 51.85 257 41 / 62 196
An innings-by-innings breakdown of Ponting's Test match batting career, showing runs scored (red bars) and the average of the last ten innings (blue line).

Test Player of the Series Awards[edit]

Opponent Man of Match Awards Date Series Performance Result
 Sri Lanka Match 1: Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy
Match 2: Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo
Sep/Oct 1999 Runs: 253 (461 balls: 25×4, 2x6), Ave – 84.33, SR – 54.88
Field: 4–1–7–0, 3 catches
Lost; 0–1 [13]
 West Indies Match 2: Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain Apr/May 2003 Runs: 523 (931 balls: 58×4, 3x6), Ave – 130.75, SR – 56.18
Field: 2–0–6–0, 3 catches
Won; 3–1 [14]
 South Africa Match 3: Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Dec/Jan 2006 Runs: 515 (773 balls: 57×4, 1x6), Ave – 103.00, SR – 66.62
Field: Did not bowl, 5 catches
Won; 2–0 [15]
 England Match 1: Gabba, Brisbane
Match 2: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Nov 2006 – Jan 2007 Runs: 576 (953 balls: 60×4), Ave – 82.29, SR – 60.44
Field: Did not bowl, 4 catches, 2 run-outs
Won; 5–0 [16]

Test Man of the Match Awards[edit]

Number Opponent Venue Date Match Performance Result
1  Sri Lanka Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy 9–11 September 1999 1st Innings: 96 (160 balls: 10×4, 1x6); DNB, 2 catches
2nd Innings: 51 (118 balls: 4x4, 1x6); DNB
Lost [17]
2  Sri Lanka Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo 30 September – 4 October 1999 1st Innings: 105* (171 balls: 11×4); DNB
2nd Innings: No 2nd Innings
Draw [18]
3  Pakistan WACA, Perth 26–28 November 1999 1st Innings: DNB, 2 catches; 197 (288 balls: 22x4)
2nd Innings: DNB
Won [19]
4  New Zealand Bellerive Oval, Hobart 22–26 November 2001 1st Innings: 157* (218 balls: 20x4, 1x6); DNB
2nd Innings: No 2nd Innings
Draw [20]
5  England Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 21–24 November 2002 1st Innings: DNB, 1 catch; 154 (269 balls: 9x4)
2nd Innings: DNB
Won [21]
6  West Indies Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain 19–23 April 2003 1st Innings: 206 (362 balls: 24x4, 1x6); DNB
2nd Innings: 45 (104 balls: 4x4); DNB
Won [22]
7  Zimbabwe Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 17–20 October 2003 1st Innings: DNB, 1 catch; 169 (249 balls: 23x4, 2x6)
2nd Innings: DNB, 1 catch; 53* (71 balls: 8x4)
Won [23]
8  India Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 26–30 December 2003 1st Innings: DNB; 257 (458 balls: 25x4)
2nd Innings: DNB; 31* (59 balls: 3x4)
Won [24]
9  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland 26–29 March 2005 1st Innings: 4–1–10–0, 1 catch; 105 (110 balls: 13x4, 4x6)
2nd Innings: DNB, 1 catch; 86* (84 balls: 12x4, 2x6)
Won [25]
10  England Old Trafford, Manchester 11–15 August 2005 1st Innings: DNB; 7 (12 balls: 1x4)
2nd Innings: DNB; 156 (275 balls: 16x4, 1x6)
Draw [26]
11  West Indies Gabba, Brisbane 3–6 November 2005 1st Innings: 149 (213 balls: 15x4); DNB
2nd Innings: 104* (158 balls: 8x4); DNB
Won [27]
12  South Africa Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 2–6 January 2006 1st Innings: DNB; 120 (174 balls: 12x4, 1x6)
2nd Innings: DNB, 1 catch; 143* (159 balls: 16x4)
Won [28]
13  England Gabba, Brisbane 23–27 November 2006 1st Innings: 196 (319 balls: 24x4); DNB, 1 catch
2nd Innings: 60 (85 balls: 4x4); DNB
Won [29]
14  England Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 1–5 December 2006 1st Innings: DNB, 1 run-out; 142 (245 balls: 12x4)
2nd Innings: DNB; 49 (65 balls: 5x4)
Won [30]
15  England Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 8–12 July 2009 1st Innings: DNB, 1 catch; 150 (224 balls: 14x4, 1x6)
2nd Innings: DNB, 1 catch
Draw [31]
16  Pakistan Bellerive Oval, Hobart 14–18 January 2010 1st Innings: 209 (354 balls: 25x4); DNB, 2 catches
2nd Innings: 89 (122 balls: 12x4); DNB
Won [32]

One Day International records[edit]

ODI debut: vs South Africa, Wellington, 1994–95.

  • Most ODI matches as captain: 230 matches.
  • Most victories as ODI captain: 165.[33]
  • Most Cricket World Cups won as captain: 2, shared with Clive Lloyd
  • Undefeated as captain in World Cups (35 matches)
  • Most One Day International appearances by an Australian: 375
  • Most One Day International runs by an Australian: 13,704
  • Third overall and the first Australian batsman to pass 13,000 One Day International Runs: Achieved against England at The Oval in London, England.
  • Most One Day International centuries by an Australian: 30
  • First Australian batsman to score 30 One Day International Hundreds
  • Most ODI fifties by an Australian: 81
  • Most games played in World Cups (45).
  • Most centuries by an Australian in World Cups (5).
  • Ponting's best ODI batting score of 164 came against South Africa, Johannesburg (South Africa), 2005–06.
  • Most sixes in a World Cup innings (8), shared with Imran Nazir, Yuvraj Singh and Adam Gilchrist.
  Batting[34] Fielding[35]
Opposition Matches Runs Average High score 100s / 50s Catches
Asia XI 1 115 115.00 115 1 / 0 1
 Bangladesh 14 361 45.13 101 1 / 1 10
 Canada 1 7 7.00 7 0 / 0 1
 England 39 1598 48.42 126 5 / 8 17
ICC World XI 3 157 52.33 68 0 / 2 4
 India 59 2164 40.07 140* 6 / 9 18
 Ireland 2 33 33.00 33 - 2
 Kenya 4 60 20.00 36 0 / 0 3
 Namibia 1 2 2.00 2 0 / 0 2
 Netherlands 2 23 23.00 23 0 / 0 2
 New Zealand 51 1971 45.84 141* 6 / 12 25
 Pakistan 35 1107 36.90 124* 1 / 8 13
 Scotland 2 146 73.00 113 1 / 0 -
 South Africa 48 1879 39.98 164 2 / 13 11
 Sri Lanka 46 1649 42.28 124 4 / 10 16
 United States 1 8 - 8* 0 / 0 -
 West Indies 45 1475 35.98 102 2 / 12 23
 Zimbabwe 21 949 52.72 145 1 / 7 12
Overall 375 13704 42.03 164 30/ 82 160

ODI Player of the Series Awards[edit]

Number Opponent Man of Match Awards Date Series Performance Result
1  South Africa Match 4: Chevrolet Park, Bloemfontein Mar/Apr 2002 Runs: 283 (324 balls: 30×4, 3x6), Ave – 47.17, SR – 87.35
Field: DNB, 4 catches, 2 run-outs
Won; 5–1 [36]
2  Bangladesh Match 3: Marrara Oval, Darwin Aug 2003 Runs: 130 (183 balls: 3×4, 4x6), Ave – 65.00, SR – 71.04
Field: DNB, 4 catches
Won; 3–0 [37]
3  England N/A Jul 2005 Runs: 168 (189 balls: 23×4, 1x6), Ave – 56.00, SR – 88.89
Field: DNB, 1 catch, 1 run-out
Won; 2–1 [38]
4 2006/07 CBA Series
 England
 New Zealand
Match 8: WACA, Perth
Match 11: MCG, Melbourne
Jan/Feb 2007 Runs: 488 (554 balls: 46×4, 2x6), Ave – 69.71, SR – 88.09
Field: DNB, 3 catches, 1 run-out
Lost; 6–2 [39]
5  New Zealand Match 1: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Match 3: Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Dec 2007 Runs: 241 (241 balls: 23×4, 2x6), Ave – N/A, SR – 100.00
Field: DNB, 1 catch
Won; 2–0 [40]
6 2009 ICC Champions Trophy N/A Sep/Oct 2009 Runs: 288 (366 balls: 26×4, 3x6), Ave – 72.00, SR – 78.69
Field: DNB, 2 catches, 1 run-out
Won; 4–0 [41]
7  West Indies Match 4: Gabba, Brisbane Feb 2010 Runs: 295 (319 balls: 20×4, 7x6), Ave – 73.75, SR – 92.48
Field: DNB, 1 catch, 1 run-out
Won; 4–0 [42]

ODI Man of the Match[edit]

Number Opponent Venue Date Match Performance Result
1  New Zealand SCG, Sydney 14 January 1998 84 (102 balls: 8x4, 1x6); DNB, 1 ct., 2 run-outs Won [43]
2  South Africa SCG, Sydney 27 January 1998 76 (96 balls: 6x4); DNB, 1 catch, 2 run-outs Won [44]
3  Zimbabwe Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 11 April 1998 145 (158 balls: 18x4, 1x6); DNB Won [45]
4  Pakistan Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 10 November 1998 DNB, 3 run-outs; 124* (129 balls: 10x4) Won [46]
5  Sri Lanka WACA, Perth 31 January 1999 39 (57 balls: 1x4, 1x6); 10–0–41–1, 1 catch, 1 run-out Won [47]
6  India MCG, Melbourne 12 January 2000 115 (121 balls: 9x4, 1x6); DNB Won [48]
7  Pakistan SCG, Sydney 4 February 2000 78 (80 balls: 9x4); DNB Won [49]
8  West Indies MCG, Melbourne 11 January 2001 73 (100 balls: 3x4); DNB, 1 catch Won [50]
9  Pakistan Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 9 June 2001 DNB; 70 (68 balls: 12x4) Won [51]
10  England Royal & Sun Alliance County Ground, Bristol 10 June 2001 DNB; 102 (116 balls: 9x4, 2x6) Won [52]
11  England Kennington Oval, London 21 June 2001 DNB, 1 catch; 70* (71 balls: 8x4, 2x6) Won [53]
12  South Africa Chevrolet Park, Bloemfontein 30 March 2002 129 (126 balls: 15x4, 1x6); DNB Won [54]
13  Sri Lanka MCG, Melbourne 21 January 2003 DNB; 106* (97 balls: 11x4, 1x6) Won [55]
14  Sri Lanka Centurion Park, Centurion 7 March 2003 114 (109 balls: 8x4, 4x6); DNB Won [56]
15  India New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg 23 March 2003 140* (121 balls: 4x4, 8x6); DNB Won [57]
16  West Indies Sabina Park, Kingston 17 May 2003 59 (66 balls: 7x4); DNB Won [58]
17  Bangladesh Marrara Oval, Darwin 6 August 2003 101 (118 balls: 2x4, 4x6); DNB, 2 catches Won [59]
18  India MCG, Melbourne 6 February 2004 DNB; 88 (80 balls: 7x4, 2x6) Won [60]
19  Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare 25 May 2004 DNB, 3 catches; 91 (93 balls: 8x4, 3x6) Won [61]
20 Asia XI MCG, Melbourne 10 January 2005 115 (102 balls: 8x4, 3x6); DNB, 1 catch Won [62]
21  New Zealand McLean Park, Napier 5 March 2005 141* (127 balls: 10x4, 5x6); DNB Won [63]
22  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg 12 March 2006 164 (105 balls: 13x4, 9x6); DNB, 1 catch Lost [64]
23  New Zealand WACA, Perth 28 January 2007 111 (122 balls: 8x4, 1x6); DNB Won [65]
24  New Zealand MCG, Melbourne 4 February 2007 DNB; 104 (113 balls: 6x4, 1x6) Won [66]
25  Scotland Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts 14 March 2007 113 (93 balls: 9x4, 5x6); DNB Won [67]
26  New Zealand Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 14 December 2007 DNB; 107* (108 balls: 13x4) Won [68]
27  New Zealand Bellerive Oval, Hobart 20 December 2007 134 (133 balls: 10x4, 2x6); DNB Won [69]
28  India SCG, Sydney 24 February 2008 124 (133 balls: 7x4, 1x6); DNB Won [70]
29  England Trent Bridge, Nottingham 15 September 2009 DNB, 1 run-out; 126 (109 balls: 14x4, 3x6) Won [71]
30  West Indies Gabba, Brisbane 14 February 2010 106 (112 balls: 6x4, 2x6); DNB Won [72]
31  Sri Lanka Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium, Hambantota 14 August 2011 DNB, 1 catch; 90* (106 balls: 8x4, 1x6) Won [73]
32  South Africa Centurion Park, Centurion 19 October 2011 63 (77 balls: 9x4); DNB Won [74]

Twenty20 International Awards[edit]

T20 Man of the Match Awards[edit]

Number Opponent Venue Date Match Performance Result
1  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland 17 February 2005 98* (55 balls: 8x4, 5x6); DNB, 1 catch Won [75]

Career best performances[edit]

Batting
Score Fixture Venue Season
Test 257 Australia v India MCG, Melbourne 2003 [76]
ODI 164 South Africa v Australia New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg 2006 [77]
T20I 98* New Zealand v Australia Eden Park, Auckland 2005 [78]
FC 257 Australia v India MCG, Melbourne 2003 [76]
LA 164 South Africa v Australia New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg 2006 [77]
T20 98* New Zealand v Australia Eden Park, Auckland 2005 [78]

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