One of the finest openers to grace the game, Arthur Morris scored 3,533 runs across 46 Tests at an average of 46.48. Of all openers to have played more than 10 Ashes matches, Morris sits eighth in all-time averages with 50.73.
An opening batsman, Arthur Morris is regarded as one of Australia's greatest left-handers. He is best known for his key role in Don Bradman's Invincibles side, which made an undefeated tour of England in 1948. He was the leading scorer in Tests on the tour, with three centuries. His efforts in the Fourth Test at Headingley helped Australia to reach a world record victory target of 404 on the final day. Morris was named in the Australian Cricket Board's Team of the Century in 2000 and was inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame in 2001.