Sachin Tendulkar, an Indian cricketer is the champion of centuries in Test matches. The list of Highest Test centuries (Hundreds) in World Test Cricket is led by Tendulkar’s 51 Test centuries ahead of Jacques Kallis who has made 40 Test centuries. He holds the world record for highest number of centuries till date. He has played a total of 181 Test matches. In Test matches, Tendulkar has scored centuries against all the Test cricket playing nations and is the second batsman to score 150 against each of them. He scored his first Test century with 119* runs against England in the Test match played at Old Trafford, Manchester in 1990. His highest test score is an unbeaten 248, against Bangladesh in 2004 at Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka. Among his 51 centuries, he has scored six double centuries and remained unbeaten on 15 occasions. His centuries have come in 30 different cricket grounds, with 27 of them being scored at venues outside India.
Based on data provided by Cricinfo as of October 3, 2011