Australian Ryan Harris, the Australian right arm seamier taken 100th Test wicket against South Africa in the third final Test at Cape Town on 05th March, 2014. He took the wicket of Alviro Petersen to reach that landmark. He becomes the 35th Australian to reach the coveted milestone in Tests.
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Harris floated around the domestic scene for the better part of 10 years before making his Test debut in 2010.
The 34-year-old now holds the mantle of being the first fast bowler to take 100 Test wickets after debuting at age 30 or older.
It is an impressive achievement for anyone, let alone the right-armer who has been beset by injury problems.
“I never thought I’d play more than 10 Tests,” Harris said in the lead-up to the third Test in Cape Town.
“I think back to the Ashes of three years ago when we lost in Australia. I thought that could be the end of me playing Test cricket, because of my knee.”
Harris will undergo overdue knee surgery after the clash at Newlands and has spoken of his desire to be part of Australia’s Ashes defence in 2015.