No it is not. Blewett in today's era would have a far superior record to Khawaja. Plenty of guys that have inferior records to Khawaja that were much better players than him due to the era they played in i.e. Hodge, Blewett, Lehmann, Law, Love, Elliott, shall I continue. Also I would point out in most cases the opposition was superior, England being the exception. Also, Blewett was a better fieldsman and a useful medium pace bowler.That's a bold assertion given Ussie has more test runs from less matches than Blewett, a better average and twice as many tons. Given Blewett scored 2 tons in his first two matches and only another 2 in his next 44 I would say that Blewett personifies an inconsistent underachiever.