A pioneer of swing bowling, Sir Richard Hadlee was one of the first cricketers to take 400 Test wickets.
While primarily known as an all-rounder, Sobers' left-arm spin was highly effective. He took over 200 Test wickets.
One of the greatest leg-spinners in the history of the game, Warne's ability to turn the ball sharply and his knack for taking wickets in crucial moments make him an all-time great.
A towering figure in West Indies cricket, Ambrose was known for his exceptional pace, bounce, and accuracy. His intimidating presence made him a nightmare for batsmen.
Renowned for his metronomic accuracy and relentless line and length, McGrath is one of the most successful fast bowlers in cricket history.