Dhawan had scored 106 runs between lunch and tea break during his Test debut against Australia at Mohali in 2012-13. Bradman had scored 115 and 107 runs in one session twice against England during 1930 and 1934 Tests, respectively.
Sehwag repeated his act in the 2007-08 Chennai Test against South Africa, scoring 108 runs in a session. He eventually ended up accumulating 319 in that innings.
While Bradman and Sehwag went on to score a double and triple tons in those innings, Shikhar Dhawan couldn’t emulate these batting greats in this aspect.