Chris Martin can be named as the King of Pairs in cricket. He has been out for a duck in both innings of a Test match 7 times in his career. He achieved this Most Ducks in both Innings award total 7 times in his career.
He has a total of just 123 Runs to his name in 104 innings with an average of mere 2.37, which is even lesser than his own bowling Economy rate in Tests!
About Chris Martin (from Wikipedia Page)
Christopher Stewart Martin is a former New Zealand cricketer.
Martin is one of seven New Zealand Test cricketers to have taken 200 wickets.
In 2011 he was recognised as New Zealand’s premier cricketer, when he was awarded the inaugural Sir Richard Hadlee Medal, at the New Zealand cricket awards ceremony.
Although predominantly a Test bowler, Martin moved back into contention for One Day Internationals after International Cricket Council rule changes permitted substitutions during games.
Although the rule has since been revoked, Martin has remained on the fringes of the ODI squad and was called up to the New Zealand World Cup 2007 squad, as a replacement for the injured Daryl Tuffey.
On 3 July 2013 Martin announced his retirement from all forms of cricket.
He bowed out as the third highest Test wicket-taker in New Zealand’s history.
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