Update on 06/09/2019
Cricketers in this era need to be fit, and that's the best way isn't it ?. People don't play from their country because they get fail in cricket fitness exam, but then there are few people who went beyond their body and showed their pro talent to the cricketing world, which the world could not ignore. The below list is about top 10 most heaviest cricketers of all time in the cricketing world.
#10 Merv Hughes
Merv Hughes is an Australian cricketer. Merv Hughes is known for his on-field antics, Merv Hughes knew how to intimate a batsman. The Chubby Australian player Merv Hughes had played total of 53 Test matches for his country Australia, and he picked 212 wickets for his team.
#9 Colin Milburn
The former England cricket team player Colin Milburn his weight is 121KG. Colin Milburn could not play a lot matches for his team England because of some reasons . Colin Milburn had played nine Test matches in which Colin Milburn has scored 654 runs including two hundreds in them.
#8 Dwayne Leverock
Dwayne Leverock is one of the biggest cricketer who have ever played the cricket game. Dwayne Leverock had made the headline in year 2007 when he took a brilliant catch in the World Cup 2007. Caught the ball with a superb dive, that was marvelous to see a cricket player with the heavy weight.
#7 Arjuna Ranatunga
The former Sri Lankan cricket team captain, Arjuna Ranatunga is considered one of the best captains from Sri Lankan team has ever produced. Being among the heavier players in this sport, Arjuna Ranatunga was widely acclaimed for his leadership. But Arjuna Ranatunga was a lot of concerned player when it comes to Arjuna's fitness.
Arjuna Ranatunga has played 93 Test matches for his team Sri Lanka, in which Arjuna scored 5105 runs with an average of 35.7. Arjuna played 269 one-day (ODI) international matches in which he scored 7456 runs.
#6. Samit Patel
The former England cricket team player Samit Patel had made his ODI debut for England in 2008. But was dropped later from the England team because of failing to meet from the fitness levels. Samit Patel is still playing in England cricket's domestic matches. Samit Patel has played 22 one-day (ODI) international matches in which Patel scored 422 runs with an average of 32.1.
#5. Shane Warne
Shane Warne isn't fittest cricketers in the world, but Australian cricket has never shied away with his interest in beer and fast-food and playing him in team eleven. Later Shane Warne had realized the importance of fitness and a healthy lifestyle of the athlete’s life, and Shane Warne followed the fitness routine which helped him to get a superb success in International cricket game.
Shane Warne has played total of 194 One-Day (ODI) International matches for his team Australia with picking up 293 wickets with an economy rate of just 4.25. While Shane Warne has played 145 Test Matches in which he picked 708 wickets with an average of 25.4.
#4. Darren Gough
Darren Gough is one of the spearhead bowler from England cricket team. Darren Gough was a chubby person in looks, Despite being the heavier cricket player in the world, Darren Gough was among the best bowlers from his team England, and Darren was mainly known for his accuracy and swing.
Darren Gough played total of 159 one-day (ODI) international matches and 58 Test matches for his team England, with picking up 235 in ODIs and 229 wickets in Test matches respectively.
#3. Ramesh Powar
The Indian cricket player Ramesh Powar had never looked a good sight to watch on the cricket field. But he always has given his hundred percent ability to fox the greatest of cricket players. Ramesh Powar was a spinner bowler. He played 31 One-Day (ODI) International matches with picking up 34 wickets for his team India. Ramesh Powar played just two Test matches for his team. Currently Ramesh Powar is the bowling coach of India’s A team.
#2. Jesse Ryder
Jesse Ryder the New Zealand player made his headlines since Ryder was drafted in New Zealand cricket team squad and displayed the brilliant performance with the ball and bat as well. No doubt the New Zealand cricket player Jesse Ryder had a lot of potential but his heavier physique lead him to the list of injuries.
Jesse Ryder has played 48 One-Day (ODI) International matches and scored 1362 runs in his entire career.
#1. Inzamam Ul-Haq
Everyone knows about the Pakistan cricket team's former captain Inzamam Ul-Haq. In Inzamam's history he got the most funniest run outs in cricketing history. Despite his heavier built, the Pakistani cricket player Inzamam Ul-Haq holds the many cricketing records to his name and is counted one of the top cricketers in the cricketing list.
Inzamam Ul-Haq has played a total of 120 Test matches with scoring 8830 runs and played 378 One-day (ODI) International matches in his entire career and scored 11739 runs respectively.