Bishan Singh Bedi was the first Indian bowler to reach the Number 1 position in the ICC Test rankings.
Sunil Gavaskar became the world Number 1 Test batter in 1979
Kapil Dev was the first Indian to reach the Number 1 position in the ICC Test all-rounder's ranking.
Legendary Dilip Vengsarkar reached the Number 1 position in the ICC Test rankings in 1988.
Sachin Tendulkar reached the Number 1 spot in the ICC rankings multiple times during his playing career, with the last one coming in 2011.
Like Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid also got to the Number 1 spot in the ICC rankings a number of times, and his highest rating points were 892.
Former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir was in red-hot form in 2009 and reached the Number 1 position in Tests.
After a memorable series against Sri Lanka in 2010, Virendra Sehwag reached the Number 1 position in the ICC Test rankings
Star spinner Ravichandra Ashwin has topped the bowler's ranking as well as the all-rounder's ranking in Test cricket.
Like Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja has also reached the Number 1 position in bowlers and all-rounders' rankings in Test cricket
Virat Kohli has also achieved the Number 1 position in the ICC Test rankings multiple times. He rose to 934 rating points in 2018, which is the highest ever by an Indian batsman.
Bumrah became the world Number 1 Test bowler for the first time in his career on February 7, 2024.
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