ICC Test Player Rankings: Ravindra Jadeja becomes the top-ranked all-rounder on the list

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South Africa’s wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock made a comeback to the top 10 of the ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings after registering the highest scores against West Indies & helping the Proteas squad to register a 158 runs victory in St Lucia. This crucial win helped South Africa to seal a 2-0 test series whitewash against West Indies.

The former West Indies Captain Jason Holder has lost 28 points to slide down behind Ravindra Jadeja in the list of all-rounders. The Indian all-rounder who returns to the No. 1 spot after last being there in August 2017 is currently on 386 points just two spots ahead of Jason Holder. De Kock’s blistering knock of 96 runs, scored in the first innings of the 2nd test helped him to advance two places & reach 10th position. This is the first time in the 18 months that De Kock has grabbed a spot in the top 10. Quinton De Kock grabbed a spot in the top 10 earlier in December 2019.

Another batsman who is advancing in the latest Test Rankings is Captain Dean Elgar who moved ahead by one place to reach the 19th spot after setting the foundation for a win with his 77 runs knock. Rassie Van Der Dussen has progressed 31 places to reach 43rd position after scoring an unbeaten 75 runs in the second innings of the 2nd Test.

Among bowlers, South Africa’s star bowler Kagiso Rabada who is awarded ‘Player of the Match’ moves up by one place to occupy the sixth spot in the list after scalping five wickets. While star spinner of South Africa, Keshav Maharaj who completed his first test cricket hat-trick in 61 years, has reaped the benefits of his seven-wicket haul by advancing three places to 28th position. Lungi Ngidi moved up by three places to reach the 41st position.

West Indies batsmen Jermaine Blackwood advanced by 12 places to reach 44th position after scoring 49 & 25 runs respectively. Shai Hope progressed by three places to reach 82nd position & Kieran Powell moved up by six places to reach 94th position in the test player rankings list. Fats bowler, Kemar Roach’s stunning seven wickets haul helped him to secure a spot in the top 10 moving up by one slot to 12th position among the bowlers. While Kyle Mayer’s useful medium-fats pacer has helped Mayer’s to advance by 51 places to reach 53rd position after scalping three wickets in each innings.

South Africa’s wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock made a comeback to the top 10 of the ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings after registering the highest scores against West Indies & helping the Proteas squad to register a 158 runs victory in St Lucia. This crucial win helped South Africa to seal a 2-0 test series whitewash against West Indies.

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The former West Indies Captain Jason Holder has lost 28 points to slide down behind Ravindra Jadeja in the list of all-rounders. The Indian all-rounder who returns to the No. 1 spot after last being there in August 2017 is currently on 386 points just two spots ahead of Jason Holder. De Kock’s blistering knock of 96 runs, scored in the first innings of the 2nd test helped him to advance two places & reach 10th position. This is the first time in the 18 months that De Kock has grabbed a spot in the top 10. Quinton De Kock grabbed a spot in the top 10 earlier in December 2019.

Another batsman who is advancing in the latest ICC Test Player Rankings is Captain Dean Elgar who moved ahead by one place to reach the 19th spot after setting the foundation for a win with his 77 runs knock. Rassie Van Der Dussen has progressed 31 places to reach 43rd position after scoring an unbeaten 75 runs in the second innings of the 2nd Test.

Among bowlers, South Africa’s star bowler Kagiso Rabada who is awarded ‘Player of the Match’ moves up by one place to occupy the sixth spot in the list after scalping five wickets. While star spinner of South Africa, Keshav Maharaj who completed his first test cricket hat-trick in 61 years, has got the benefits of his seven wickets haul by advancing three places to 28th position. Lungi Ngidi moved up by three places to reach the 41st position.

West Indies batsmen Jermaine Blackwood advanced by 12 places to reach 44th position after scoring 49 & 25 runs respectively. Shai Hope progressed by three places to reach 82nd position & Kieran Powell moved up by six places to reach 94th position in the test player rankings list. Fast bowler, Kemar Roach’s stunning seven wickets haul helped him to secure a spot in the top 10 moving up by one slot to 12th position among the bowlers. While Kyle Mayer’s useful medium-fats pacer has helped Mayer’s to advance by 51 places to reach 53rd position after scalping three wickets in each innings.

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