Top 5 Best Wicket Keeper in The World  


1. Dinesh Ramdin (West Indies)

The first name on the list of the best wicket keepers in the world is Dinesh Ramdin. Ramdin played international cricket for the West Indies from 2005 to 2019, appearing in 284 matches.

Ramdin was a right-handed wicket-keeper batter who holds the West Indies record for most dismissals in international cricket.


2. Quinton De Kock (South Africa)

Quinton De Kock, the South African Wicket Keeper Batsman, wowed the crowd from the start. Since his three centuries against India, he has been hailed as an up-and-coming great.

However, the value he adds to his squad by donning the gloves is undeniable.


He is already number 9 at the age of 28, with the same number of dismissals (468) as Dinesh Ramdin but in fewer international matches. He has only appeared in 234 international matches, which is 50 fewer than Ramdin.


3. Jeff Dujon (West Indies)


Jeff Dujon, a retired West Indian cricketer, is ranked eighth on this list. Dujon was a musician in the 1980s who had a ten-year career.

Dujon also holds the record for the most dismissals in West Indian cricket history. In 250 international matches spanning ODI and Test cricket, he recorded 474 dismissals.

Dujon is now a sports commentator for a number of networks.


4. Brad Haddin (Australia)


Australia has a long history of Wicket Keeper Batsmen who have had a significant impact on the team’s performance in various ways.

Another example is Brad Haddin. Making his debut in 2001 and leaving in 2015 from international cricket, Haddin comes at number seven taking part in 474 dismissals in 226 appearances.


5. Rod Marsh (Australia)


Rod Marsh, another Australian, is ranked sixth on the list, with 479 dismissals throughout his international career.

Rod Marsh accomplished this accomplishment in only 188 games, which is not only 38 games fewer than Haddin, but also the only time someone on this list has played less than 200 games and been involved in so many dismissals.