Steve Smith is one of the greatest batsmen in Test cricket currently. The Australian cricketer holds the 2nd rank in ICC’s Test rankings for batsmen. The 32-year-old was also adjudged as ICC Test player of the decade 2020, for his impeccable performance in Test cricket during the last decade. Smith also holds many batting records to his name in Tests.
Steve Smith made his Test debut in July 2010 in a match against Pakistan. He lost his wicket cheaply in the match, getting out for 1 and 12 in both innings. But in the upcoming years, the former Aussie skipper developed himself into one of the strongest Test batsmen. Smith has piled up 7500+ runs in his Test career so far. Here we take a look at 4 players with the most Test centuries since Steve Smith’s Test debut.
4 Players With Most Test Centuries Since Steve Smith’s Test Debut
4. Kane Williamson- 24
Kane Williamson takes the 4th spot in this list with 24 centuries. The New Zealand player made his Test debut in November 2010, four months after Steve Smith’s Test debut. The New Zealand skipper has smashed 24 centuries in 148 Test innings. The World no.1 Test batsman Williamson has scored 7230 runs in 148 innings so far in Tests at an average of 53.95.
The 30-year-old player has also it 33 half-centuries. Out of his 24 centuries, 4 were double tons. Williamson’s highest score in Test is 251 runs, which he scored in a match against West Indies in December 2020.