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Clarke takes over as world's No.1 Test batsman

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Australian captain Michael Clarke has regained his ranking as the world's No.1 Test batsman after his record-breaking performance in the second Test against South Africa. 

Australia's Michael Clarke bowls against South Africa on the second day of the second cricket Test match at the Adelaide Oval on November 23. Clarke has regained his ranking as the world's No.1 Test batsman after his record-breaking performance in the second Test against South Africa.

The 31-year-old's masterly 230 in the first innings of the drawn Adelaide Test was his fourth double ton of the year -- a feat that saw him become the first batsman in Test history to post four 200s in a calendar year.

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