Sir Richard Hadlee is the most successful bowler in head to head India Vs New Zealand Tests. The right-arm pacer scalped 65 wickets at an average of 22.96. He has Most Wickets in India Vs New Zealand Tests.
At the second spot and for the Indian side, it is Bishan Singh Bedi. The crafty left-arm spinner picked up 57 wickets in the 12 Test matches he played against New Zealand at an average of 19.14.
About Sir Richard Hadlee (from Wikipedia Page)
Sir Richard John Hadlee is a New Zealand former cricketer. Hadlee is widely regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers and all-rounders in cricket history.
A bowling all-rounder, in an 86-Test career he took 431 wickets (at the time the world record), and was the first bowler to pass 400 wickets, with an average of 22.29, and made 3124 Test runs at 27.16, including two centuries and 15 fifties.
Hadlee is rated by many experts as the greatest exponent of bowling with the new ball. He was the master of (conventional) swing and was the original Sultan of Swing.
Hadlee was seen as one of the finest fast bowlers of his time, despite the contemporaneous presence of Dennis Lillee, Imran Khan, Andy Roberts, Michael Holding, Joel Garner, Kapil Dev, Ian Botham, Wasim Akram and Malcolm Marshall among others.
As one of the four top all rounders of his time, the others being Imran Khan, Kapil Dev and Ian Botham, Hadlee had the best bowling average of the four, but the lowest batting average.
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