1994/95 Series saw 1-1 finish between India and West Indies in the 3-match series. Adams ruled the 3-test series with two centuries, scoring mammoth 520 runs in just 6 innings. Indian spinner Raju with 18 wickets emerged as the highest wickettaker of the series.
Adams scored 520 runs with 2 centuries and 2 half-centuries. Carl Hooper (262) was the only other batsman to cross 200-mark.
Tendulkar emerged as the highest scorer with 317 runs that included a century and a half-century. Only Sidhu (212) could score more than 200 runs.
With Indian bowlers taking 45 wickets, Raju emerged as the leading wickettaker of the series from both teams with 18 wickets.
WI bowler grabbed 54 wickets. Walsh and Benjamin with 17 wickets each were the highest wickettakers.
Walsh was the joint second best bowler of the series with 17 wickets. Azharuddin could score 161 runs in 5 innings with 97 being the highest.
Murray scored 193 runs with two half-centuries. Nayan Mongia impressed with 183 runs, 80 being his highest.
Hooper emerged as the best and only allrounder of the series with 262 runs (including two half-centuries) and 9 wickets.