Another report suggested Tom Maynard was just under three times the drive-drive limit.
But all reports concluded alcohol would have heavily affected him.
Tests also suggested the Surrey cricketer could have been a daily user of cocaine and an occasional user of ecstasy.
The forensic pathologist at the inquest of Tom Maynard has said there was a smell of alcohol on the county cricketer's body.
The Surrey batsman was found to have almost four times the drink driving limit of alcohol in his body, plus cocaine.
Tom Maynard's father, the former England international Matthew Maynard, has said it is important his son is "remembered as a person as well as a cricketer" in a statement read at his inquest.
"He enjoyed socialising and to drink alcohol at the right times and to enjoy himself with the lads," Matthew Maynard added.
It was after a night of socialising that Tom Maynard abandoned his car after being spotted by police and was found on the train line at Wimbledon, south-west London.
The inquest into the death of Surrey county cricketer Tom Maynard, who died on a Tube line in Wimbledon last year, has heard a statement from his father, Matthew Maynard.
He said his son was a "highly talented, dedicated and respected sportsman (who) always had time for people".
The inquest at Westminster Coroners' Court is expecting to hear evidence from England player Jade Dernbach and former Surrey captain Rory Hamilton-Brown.
A former team-mate of cricketer Tom Maynard has said he hopes today's inquest will bring "a final bit of closure".
"It almost makes cricket secondary to everything else which is going on."
"It's a cloud that has been hanging over," he added.
The death of Tom Maynard last June was a huge blow for the cricketing world in which he was considered a rising star.
The Welsh batsman, who honed his skills with Glamorgan and Surrey, earned himself a place on the England Lions tour to Bangladesh and Sri Lanka at the start of last year.
The inquest into the death of a county cricketer tipped as a future England player will take place today.
Surrey batsman Tom Maynard, 23, died after being hit by a London Underground train in south-west London last June.
It is thought he might have been trying to escape police shortly before his death.
Officers tried to pull over a black Mercedes which was being driven "erratically" an hour before Maynard's body was found on the tracks.
A charity bike ride in memory of Tom Maynard will finish in London today.
The 150 mile ride started in Cardiff yesterday and ends at Kia Oval at 2:45pm.
Among the 29 riders are Andrew Flintoff and former Glamorgan captain Steve James.
Surrey batsman Tom Maynard died in June after being hit by a train.
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