Once a record is broken it does not remain a record. Once Sunil Gavaskar hit 30th Test century he broke Don Bradmanâ€™s record of highest or most Test centuries. Afterwards it was Sunil Gavaskarâ€™s record and not Don Bradmanâ€™s record. Sunil Gavaskar ended his career with 34 centuries. When Sachin Tendulkar hit 35th Test century he broke Sunil Gavaskarâ€™s record and continues to hold the record with 51 centuries. After Sunil Gavaskar whenever someone hit 30th century he did not break Don Bradmanâ€™s record because there was no record. It is wrong to speak of Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara, Ricky Ponting, Jaques Kallis and Rahul Dravid breaking Don Bradmanâ€™s record. When Rahul Dravid hit 34th Test century he equalled the number of Sunil Gavaskarâ€™s centuries but did not equal his record because there was no record.
India lost Nagpur Test by an Innings and 6 runs on 9/2/2010, fourth day of the Test. Indiaâ€™s Test ranking is No. 1 and South Africaâ€™s No. 2.
As per original tour programme South Africa was to play seven ODIs. India defeated Sri Lanka in Tests at the end of 2009 and attained No. 1 ranking in Tests. India wanted a change in the series to retain its No. 1 status and the series was changed to two Tests and five ODIs.