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Most double hundreds in a series
Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0 200s
DG Bradman (Aus) 5 7 0 974 334 139.14 4 0 0 3
The Ashes (Australia in England), 1930
WR Hammond (Eng) 2 2 1 563 336* 563.00 2 0 0 2
England in New Zealand Test Series, 1932/33
TT Samaraweera (SL) 2 3 1 469 231 234.50 2 0 0 2
Sri Lanka in Pakistan Test Series, 2008/09
KC Sangakkara (SL) 3 3 2 428 222* 428.00 2 0 0 2
Bangladesh in Sri Lanka Test Series, 2007
BB McCullum (NZ) 2 4 0 535 302 133.75 2 0 0 2
India in New Zealand Test Series, 2013/14
DG Bradman (Aus) 5 5 1 806 299* 201.50 4 0 0 2
South Africa in Australia Test Series, 1931/32
MJ Clarke (Aus) 3 5 1 576 259* 144.00 2 0 0 2
South Africa in Australia Test Series, 2012/13
MH Mankad (India) 4 5 0 526 231 105.20 2 0 0 2
New Zealand in India Test Series, 1955/56
MJ Clarke (Aus) 4 6 1 626 329* 125.20 2 0 0 2
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (India in Australia), 2011/12
IVA Richards (WI) 4 7 0 829 291 118.42 3 2 0 2
The Wisden Trophy (West Indies in England), 1976
DG Bradman (Aus) 5 8 0 758 304 94.75 2 1 0 2
The Ashes (Australia in England), 1934
CG Greenidge (WI) 5 8 1 572 223 81.71 2 0 0 2
The Wisden Trophy (West Indies in England), 1984
RT Ponting (Aus) 4 8 1 706 257 100.85 2 2 1 2
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (India in Australia), 2003/04
GM Turner (NZ) 5 8 1 672 259 96.00 2 2 0 2
New Zealand in West Indies Test Series, 1971/72
DG Bradman (Aus) 5 9 0 810 270 90.00 3 1 2 2
The Ashes (England in Australia), 1936/37
WR Hammond (Eng) 5 9 1 905 251 113.12 4 0 0 2
The Ashes (England in Australia), 1928/29
GC Smith (SA) 5 9 0 714 277 79.33 2 1 0 2
South Africa in England Test Series, 2003
Records includes the following current or recent matches:
Australia v India at Sydney, 4th Test, Jan 6-10, 2015 [Test # 2156]
New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Wellington, 2nd Test, Jan 3-7, 2015 [Test # 2155]
South Africa v West Indies at Cape Town, 3rd Test, Jan 2-6, 2015 [Test # 2154]

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