Top 10 Fastest Century In Test Cricket

10. Colin de Grandhomme

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Colin de Grandhomme

Colin de Grandhomme is a recent player on this list. Colin de Grandhomme made a century from 71 balls in a Test against West Indies in 2017. This is the tenth-fastest century in Test cricket history. Colin is the second New Zealander in cricket's top 10 fastest hundreds. In 74 deliveries, he scored 105 runs with 11 fours, 3 sixes, and a 141.89 strike rate.

09. Roy Clifton Fredericks

Roy Clifton Fredericks

Roy Clifton Fredericks was a West Indian opener from 1968 until 1977. He's the fourth West Indian to make this list. Fredericks scored 169 runs in 145 balls against Australia in 1975. He finished his century in 71 balls, the second-fastest of his time after Jack Gregory. RC Frederick's fastest Test century ranks sixth.

08. Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle has set many cricket records in his career. His forceful swings sent the ball as far as possible. He made the fastest T20 century in 30 balls and the third test match's second day in 2009-10 in 70 balls. This is Chris Gayle's fastest Test century. He's scored 7215 runs in 103 Tests, demonstrating his strength in long-format cricket.

07. David Warner

David Warner

David Warner's batting is world-famous. Warner is Australia's opening batter. In 2012, in Perth, he scored one of the fastest centuries in Test match cricket. David Warner's 69-ball century is the seventh fastest in Test cricket history. David Warner has 7753 runs, a 71.27 strike rate, 23 centuries, and 2 double centuries in 94 Tests.

06. Shivnarine Chanderpaul

Shivnarine Chanderpaul

Former West Indian cricketer Shivnarine Chanderpaul scored the fastest Test century ever. Shivnarine Chanderpaul's explosive hitting gave Australian bowlers a field day in 2002. His 69-ball century is the sixth-fastest in test cricket history. His 100-run game comprised 17 boundaries, 2 6s, and 15 4s.

05. Jack M Gregory

Jack M Gregory

Jack Gregory scored 1146 runs in 24 Tests for Australia. He cemented his place as a cricket great with an outstanding innings in 1921-22. He hit his century in 67 balls, the fifth-fastest in test cricket history. He also retains the record for the fastest Test century in terms of timing, with 70 minutes.

04. Adam Gilchrist

Adam Gilchrist

Adam Gilchrist's rapid batting technique made history in the 2006-07 Ashes series' third Test. He made his half-century off 40 balls and his century off 57 balls. This is Gilchrist's fourth fastest Test century. In the same match, he hit 24 runs off Monty Panesar's bowling, the most in an Ashes over. His 5570 Test runs and 81.96 strike rate illustrate his value in this format.

03. Misbah-ul-Haq


Misbah-ul-Haq is a great batsman and Test skipper. Misbah-Ul-Haq created history with his precision striking in a 2014 Test. He hit 100 in 56 Australian deliveries, tying Sir Viv Richard's record. Misbah-Ul-100-run Haq had the third-fastest test day. He had the fastest Test half-century off 21 balls.

02. Sir Viv Richards

Sir Viv Richards

Sir Vivian Richards had the second-fastest test century. He dominated 1986 England Tests. He hit every ball and reached 100 in 56. 7 fours and 7 sixes in his record. He scored 110 runs, the fastest Test century of his day. The second-fastest ever. In 121 Tests, he scored 8450 runs, 24 centuries, and 3 double centuries.

01. Brendon McCullum

Brendon McCullum

McCullum's Test century was fastest. New Zealand's 101st Test versus Australia. Well-batted. In 34 balls, he hit 3 sixes and 6 fours. 50-for-34, hungry. He smacked three 4s and one 6s for 30 runs in 16 balls. McCullum scored 12 runs off 4 balls. Brendon McCullum's century took 54 balls. His 101 Tests totaled 6453 runs.