Jadeja became the world’s best all-rounder, Ashwin, Virat gained two places in third place

Apart from Jadeja, Ashwin is ranked third among all-rounders. Virat Kohli, on the other hand, has risen two places.

Ravindra Jadeja of India has risen to number one all-rounder in Tests, according to the latest ICC rankings. He has passed West Indies’ Jason Holder. Ravichandran Ashwin, on the other hand, has climbed to third place. In the first match of the Test series against Sri Lanka, Jadeja was outstanding. In this match, he scored an unbeaten 175 points. After that, he was credited with nine wickets. He has also benefited in the ICC rankings as a result of this. In this match, Ashwin has also performed admirably, but due to Jadeja’s advantage, Ashwin has dropped to third place.

With 406 points, Jadeja is ranked first in the all-rounder rankings. Holder has 382 points, while Ashwin has 347. Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh is fourth, and England’s Ben Stokes is fifth. Mitchell Starc of Australia has dropped to sixth place after suffering a setback.


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Among batsmen, Kohli and Pant have an advantage.

Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant have risen in the batsman rankings. Kohli has climbed to fifth place, while Pant has also cracked the top ten. He is currently ranked tenth. Captain Rohit Sharma has dropped a position and is now in sixth place. Australia’s Marnus Labuschagne is in first place with 936 points, while England’s Joe Root is in second place with 872 points. Kane Williamson is fourth and Steve Smith is third.


Ashwin and Bumrah are still in the top ten bowlers.

Ravichandran Ashwin and Jasprit Bumrah remain in the top ten bowler rankings. With 892 points, Australia’s Pat Cummins is in first place. Ashwin is in second place with 850 points. Kagiso Rabada of South Africa is third, and Shaheen Afridi of Pakistan is fourth. Jasprit Bumrah is still in 10th place. Jadeja, who performed admirably in the Mohali Test, has climbed three places to 17th place. After a long absence, Jadeja has returned to international cricket.

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