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Suryakumar Yadav Is Unable To Take Back The Top Spot In The T20I Batting Rankings


Ahead of Australia’s Travis Head, who has 844 rating points, Suryakumar comes in second with 821.

Leading batsman Suryakumar Yadav maintained his spot at number two in the most recent ICC Men’s T20I batting rankings. Ruturaj Gaikwad, who has advanced significantly after his performances in the ongoing away series against Zimbabwe, is ranked first as well. Ahead of Australia’s Travis Head, who has 844 rating points, Suryakumar comes in second with 821. Following Pakistani captain Babar Azam (755), Mohammad Rizwan (746), and Jos Buttler (716), Phil Salt of England is ranked third with 797 points. Following an impressive 77 not out off 47 balls in India’s convincing 100-run victory against Zimbabwe in the second Twenty20 International, Gaikwad has risen 13 spots to the seventh rank in the rankings.

The five-game series has given India’s reserve players an opportunity to show off their skills, as the majority of the team that won the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 rested for the Zimbabwe tour. With the retirement of key players Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, and Ravindra Jadeja, the up-and-coming players can also argue for a regular spot in the team.

In addition to Gaikwad, two more India batsmen who showed significant progress were Rinku Singh and Abhishek Sharma.

Rinku, one of the T20 World Cup reserves, moved up four spots to take the 39th position after making an explosive 48 off of 22 balls in the second T20I.

Additionally, all-rounder Abhishek scored a duck in the first game before smashing a spectacular 100 from just 47 balls in the second. He shot up to 75th place in the standings after this incredible knock.

Through two aggressive cameos in the two matches, Brian Bennett of Zimbabwe gained twenty-five places to finish at position ninety-six.

Left-arm spinner Axar Patel fell two spots in the bowlers’ T20I table, but he still managed to rank ninth with 644 rating points, making him the only Indian in the top ten.

Kuldeep Yadav, a fellow left-arm spinner, also fell three spots to 11th place, and Jasprit Bumrah, the player of the tournament for the T20 World Cup, fell two spots to 14th.

In addition, there were some changes among the top 10 bowlers, with Maheesh Theekshana (10th), Fazalhaq Farooqi (8th), and Adam Zampa (7th) all moving up the rankings.

After taking six wickets in his opening two matches against Zimbabwe, Ravi Bishnoi of India shot up to the 14th rank, moving up eight spots.

Grace After the first two games, Muzarabani moved up to 55th place, having gained eight positions overall. His performance of 1/17 was crucial to Zimbabwe’s victory in the opening T20I.

Meanwhile, Hardik Pandya, the vice captain of India, fell one spot to the second spot in the T20I all-rounders’ rankings.

Wanindu Hasaranga from Sri Lanka took the lead.

Following his explosive 27-run first-game total and three wickets in two matches, Washington Sundar of India broke into the top 50.

In the all-rounders’ standings, Axar is ranked twelveth.



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