Kuldeep is India's first chinaman bowler. He has achieved hat-trick in Under-19 World Cup and International One-Day.
Hogg was considered one of Australia's most successful spinners. He was also part of the team that won the 2003 and 2007 World Cups.
Sandakan of Sri Lanka is the first Chinaman in Asia. Sandakan made his international debut in 2016 against Australia.
Paul Adams of South Africa was famous for his unique bowling action. He has taken 134 wickets in 45 Tests and 29 wickets in 24 ODIs.
South African spinner Tabrez Shamsi is also a chinaman bowler. He now plays for South Africa in all three formats.
Sir Gary Sobers, the great all-rounder of West Indies, was also a chinaman bowler. He has taken 235 wickets in 93 test matches.
Bevan was a great finisher as well as a chinaman bowler. He has 65 wickets in international cricket in his name.
England's Wardle's impressive Test bowling average (20.39) is the lowest average for a recognized spinner since World War I.