Former cricketer Aravinda de Silva represented Sri Lanka in 308 ODIs in which he accumulated 9284 runs at 34.90. He slammed 11 centuries and 64 fifties as well.
Mats Wilander of Sweden won the Australian Open men’s singles title in 1983 and 1984 (grass) and 1988 (hard court) making him the only player to have achieved the feat of winning the tournament on two different surfaces.
Kilmarnock Football Club, a Scottish club, plays its home game at a stadium named Rugby Park.
Sir Len Hutton.
Reggie Duff of Australia and Abul Hasan of Bangladesh are the only two batsmen to have scored a century on debut while batting at No. 10. Reggie achieved the feat in 1901-02 against England while Hasan repeated it in 2012-13 against West Indies.
Steffi Graff achieved this incredible feat in 1988. She`s still the only person to have managed this.
John Traicos was born in Egypt and went on to play Test cricket for South Africa in the 1970s. He then played for Zimbabwe in the 90s after the country was awarded international Test status.
Mark Edmondson won the Australian Open title in 1976. Incidentally, he did this 212th in the world, which also makes him the lowest-ranked winner of a Grand Slam tournament since the ATP rankings were introduced in 1973.
Andy Sandham, way back in 1929-30, made a 325 for England against the West Indies at Kingston in what was eventually his last ever Test match. It was also, incidentally, Test cricket`s first triple-century.
Martina Hingis defeated Monica Seles in the quarterfinals of the 1999 Australian Open to end her 33-match unbeaten career run at the tournament.
Andre Agassi won the Australian Open men’s singles title four times in his career in 1995, 2000, 2001 and 2003.
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