It is really unusual nowadays for a batsman to get out ‘hit the ball twice’. It has never happened in Test match cricket or one-day internationals. One example, which is also the last instance of this dismissal in first-class cricket, happened in 1906 in England when John King, playing for Leicestershire against Surrey at The Oval tried to score a run after playing the ball twice to avoid getting bowled. Had he not tried to score a run, he would not have been out. Based on the history of the game, this method of dismissal is the second most rare after timed out.