#4 Virender Sehwag (104.33)
A batsman who changed the way people used to look at the Test openers, Sehwag used to score at more than a fair clip without even resorting to any kind of slogging. He tormented best of bowlers during his career and he was easily one of the most feared batsmen of his time.
Sehwag played 251 one day internationals and he maintained an exceptional strike rate of 104.33 during his career. Maintaining a strike rate of over 100 during a career which lasted for more than 250 games is no mean feat and the nonchalant manner in which Sehwag played his game was icing on the cake.
#3 Kedar Jadhav (106.89)
Jadhav is a player who blossomed a bit late by modern-day standards but he has already made his mark in One-Day international cricket. He has turned out to be a great finisher for the Indian One Day side during the last couple of years.
He is an unsung hero of Indian ODI side who does his job without much fuss. His impact can be measured from the fact that in spite of coming in to bat in the situations where he is expected to hit the ball from the word go he has maintained an average of 41.33 during 46 matches he has played so far. He has a strike rate of 106.89 in ODI's which is outstanding by any standards.