Today is the last day of the final match of the ICC World Test Championship being played between India and New Zealand on 23rd June. The game of this great match being played in Southampton is to be played on Reserve Day, but before that, big good news has come out for the all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja of the Indian team. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has given this good news before the result of the final match of the World Test Championship. After a long time, an Indian all-rounder has reached the top of the Test rankings.
Ravindra Jadeja has become the number one all-rounder in the ICC Test rankings. Jadeja has achieved this feat, leaving behind the formidable all-rounder Jason Holder of the West Indies team. In the ICC Test rankings, Ravindra Jadeja currently has 386 points as an all-rounder, while Jason Holder is second with 384 points. In third place is Ben Stokes, who has 377 points in his account. Indian team's star spinner R Ashwin has 353 points, while Shakib Al Hasan is at number five with 338 rating points.
Quinton de Kock has made it to the top 10 as a batsman in the ICC Test Rankings, while no one has entered the top 10 in the bowling rankings, but Kagiso Rabada and Mitchell Starc have jumped a few places. In the Test rankings, Australian legend Steve Smith sits in the number one chair as a batsman, while Pat Cummins is holding the number one chair in bowling. However, a change can be seen after the final of the ICC World Test Championship.
Talking about Ravindra Jadeja, he will have to bat in the last innings to retain the number one chair as an all-rounder, while in bowling too, if he can take some wickets for the Indian team, then his rating points will increase and the number The gap between number one and number two will be huge.