After India won this away series 2-0, the series record was:
India won 22, West Indies won 30, 46 drawn in a total of 98 Tests.
In India: India won 13, WI 14, 20 drawn in a total of 47 Tests
In West Indies: India won 9, WI 16 and 26 drawn in a total of 51 Tests.
India got the full 120 points here. This is the WTC standing on September 3:
We can see that neither England nor Australia can catch up after their series concludes.
We now go on to individual records, starting with
Most runs (750 or more):
Gavaskar has scored the most centuries (13) and the next is 8 by Richards and Sobers.
Gavaskar also has the most 50+ scores (20) followed by Lloyd with 19 and Dravid with 18.
Bravo and Kohli are the only current players here.
Highest innings (150 or more):
Both sides have not recorded a score above 150 since 2016 (200 by Kohli).
Best batting averages (Minimum 20 innings, 30.00):
Sobers is far above the others. Darren Bravo is the only current player here. He also became the second batsmen to warrant a concussion substitute in the second innings. Blackwood batted in this place, making this the first Test scorecard with 12 batsmen.
Best strike rates (Minimum 1000 balls faced, all instances):
As in many of the older series, full details of balls faced are not available for matches before the 2000s. But it seems clear that no one would have surpassed Sehwag. Kohli and Ashwin (!) have the highest among current players.
To be continued