ICC test rankings: Ravindra Jadeja is test all-rounder No. 1, Virat Kohli jumps to 5th place

ICC Test Rankings: Ravindra Jadeja passed Jason Holder and dR Ashwin to top the all-around table after his contribution to the 1st Test match win against Sri Lanka. Former captain Virat Kohli returned to the top 5 of the batting table.

ICC test rankings: Jadeja returns to #1 (AP Photo)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Ravindra Jadeja returned to #1 on the Allrounder charts
  • Virat Kohli back in the top 5 of the test batting table
  • Rishabh Pant breaks into the top 10 on the Test batting charts

Ravindra Jadeja returned to first place in the ICC All-Around Test Rankings after his historic all-around performance in India’s massive win over Sri Lanka in the first of a 2-Test series at Mohali. Jadeja moved up two places to replace Jason Holder at the top of the all-around table, while R Ashwin slipped from 2nd to 3rd despite contributing to the Mohali Test win.

Ravindra Jadeja hit 175 not outs in India’s first innings, his highest Test score, as he broke Kapil Dev’s record for most runs scored at No. 7 for India in Tests. He returned to take 9 wickets, including a 5-wicket pull in the first innings as India won by one innings and 222 carries at Mohali.

Meanwhile, former captain Virat Kohli moved up two spots to the NE in the batting charts. 5 digit. Captain Rohit Sharma, who failed to alarm the scorers much in his first test as skipper, slipped one place to 6th. Meanwhile, Rishabh Pant has moved into the top 10 in the Mohali test after his Quickfire 96.

Australia’s Marnus Labuschagne remains the highest-ranked batsman in the world and his 936 rating has taken him 12th on the all-time list, with Ricky Ponting, Steve Smith and Don Bradman being the only Australians to be rated higher than 27th -year-old -old.

There are no personnel changes in the top ten men’s bowling rankings, and only one change in that number, with Neil Wagner and Josh Hazlewood swapping places eighth and ninth.

Men’s ICC All-Around Rankings in Tests

1. Ravindra Jadeja – 406 points
2. Jason Halter – 382 points
3. R. Ashwin – 347 points
4. Shakib Al Hasan – 324 points
5. Ben Stokes – 287 points

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