ICC Rankings: Jadeja again number one all-rounder in Test rankings

In the latest ICC Test rankings, Indian batsman Virat Kohli has dropped to tenth place. Ravindra Jadeja, on the other hand, has reclaimed his position as the world’s best all-rounder. Only Ashwin Jadeja is ahead of Ravichandran. The ICC rankings have also benefited Australian players who performed well in the Test series against Pakistan. Marnus Labuschagne is still in first place, while Steve Smith has climbed to second. Virat Kohli is currently ranked second in the ODI rankings.

Usman Khawaja, who has scored over 100 runs on average in 2022, has reaped the most benefits. He’s now in seventh place, which is a career high. They have gained six positions and have left Rohit-Virat behind.

Four Australian batsmen are among the top ten batsmen in the world.

Four Australian batsmen are among the top ten batsmen in Test cricket. First place goes to Marnus Labuschagne, and second place goes to Steve Smith. Usman Khawaja, on the other hand, is ranked seventh, while Travis Head is ranked ninth. Kane Williamson of New Zealand is third, and Joe Root of England is fourth. Babar Azam is in fifth place, while Dimuth Karunaratne is sixth. Virat Kohli of India is on the verge of being dropped from the top ten batsmen in the world. He was ranked tenth overall. Rohit Sharma is currently in eighth place.

Ashwin is the second best bowler in the world.

The rankings of the bowlers haven’t changed much. Australia’s Pat Cummins is still in first place. Ashwin, on the other hand, is in second place, while Rabada is in third. Jasprit Bumrah is in fourth place as well. Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi has climbed one spot to fifth place. Kyle Jamieson, on the other hand, has moved up to sixth place with a one-place loss. Southee is seventh, Wagner is eighth, Anderson is ninth, and Hazlewood is tenth.

In the ODI rankings, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are in the top five.

In ODIs, there hasn’t been much of a shift in batsman rankings. Babar Azam is in first place, followed by Virat Kohli in second and Ross Taylor in third. Rohit Sharma has climbed one position to number four. Quinton de Kock has climbed one spot to fifth place. Jonny Bairstow is in sixth place, Aaron Finch is in seventh, Dusen is eighth, Warner is ninth, and Imam-ul-Haq is tenth.

Trent Boult takes over as the number one bowler in One-Day Internationals.

The first seven positions in the ODI bowler rankings have remained unchanged. Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh, on the other hand, has climbed four places to eighth place. Rashid Khan of Afghanistan has climbed one spot to joint ninth. Adam Zampa of Australia is also in ninth place.

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