Sachin Tendulkar is the hardest hitter to hit, Virat Kohli is the best among the current hitters: Michael Clarke

MELBOURNE: former Australian captain Michael Clarke feel Virat Kohli The fetish of hundreds of people is similar to the iconic one. Sachin Tendulkar , who was the most difficult to remove with a technique that had no weakness.

Clarke said he can't remember a complete hitter like Tendulkar during his game days.

Technically he's probably the best hitter (Tendulkar) I've ever seen. The hardest hitter to hit. I think Sachin, technically, did not have a weakness. Part of you expected me to make a mistake, Clarke told 'Big Sports Breakfast' radio show.

He then praised Kohli, calling him the best hitter in all formats on the current batch.

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I think right now he's the best hitter in all three formats. His one-day and twenty-twenty records are terrific and he's also found a way to master the test Cricket .

What Kohli and Tendulkar have in common is that they love to make large hundreds, he said.

Tendulkar is the only Cricket er to have played 200 Test matches and scored 100 international centuries.

It broke 51 centuries in Tests and 49 in ODI and holds the record for most executions in both formats: 15,921 executions in 200 Tests and 18,426 in 463 ODI.

He retired in 2013 after an emotional series of home tests against the Antilles.

Clarke scored 8643 runs in 115 test games and 28 hundreds to his name. At ODI, he had 7,981 runs in 245 games.

The 39-year-old led Australia to the 2015 World Cup title.