If a Bowler has bowled 100 balls in his career and has taken 0 wickets, then what is his bowling strike rate?
Bowling strike rate means number of balls needed to bowl for a bowler to take a wicket. We can only find the bowling strike rate of that bowler after he takes a single wicket.
So, the bowling strike rate is undefined. It will be mentioned as
- in his carrier profile.
For example, take a look at Hashim Amla's profile. His bowling strike rate and average for test matches is mentioned as
-. He bowled more than 50 deliveries without taking a wicket.