ICC Test Rankings: Virat Kohli re-enters top 10 after 2 years

Rohit Sharma has suffered the loss of four places in the latest ICC Test Rankings after his twin failures in Centurion.

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ICC Test Rankings: Virat Kohli re-enters top 10 after 2 years

Virat Kohli's rise to the ICC Test Rankings comes after his solid batting exploits in the first of the 2-match series against South Africa. Image- Times Now

Former Indian skipper Virat Kohli has made a huge leap and come straight into the top 10 in the latest ICC Test rankings. He returned to the top 10 of for the first time since 2022.

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Virat Kohli returned to the top 10 in the ICC Test Rankings for the first time since March 2022. Image- India Today
Virat Kohli returned to the top 10 in the ICC Test Rankings for the first time since March 2022. Image- India Today

Virat Kohli jumped four places to ninth position in ICC test rankings

Former Team India captain Virat Kohli has made a huge jump of four places and gone straight to number nine with a rating of 761. Kohli had scored 38 runs on 64 balls in the first innings of the first Test series against South Africa and 76 runs on 82 balls in the second innings. He has benefited from this in ratings. Australia's Travis Head has lost four places and has fallen straight to number ten. His rating is 754.

Kane Williamson number one batsman

In the latest ICC Test rankings, New Zealand's Kane Williamson is currently at number one position. His rating has become 864. At the second place, Joe Root of England have a rating of 859. Steve Smith is stuck at number three with a rating of 820. That means there has been no significant change in the first three positions.

Daryl Mitchell jumped three places

Daryl Mitchell of New Zealand has made a huge jump of three places in the latest ICC Test rankings. Mitchell's rating has now increased to 786 and he has come straight to number four. But Australia's Usman Khawaja's rating of 785 has dropped one place to number five. Former Pakistan captain Babar Azam has also lost one place. His rating is 782. On the other hand, Australia's Marnus Labuschagne has moved up one place to number seven with a rating of 777. England's Harry Brook has also gained one place. He is now at number eight with a rating of 773.

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Rohit Sharma out of top 10

Indian team captain Rohit Sharma has suffered the loss of four places in the latest ICC Test Rankings. Earlier he was maintaining his place in the top 10, but now he has come straight to 14th position with a rating point of 719. Whereas Indian team's wicket-keeper batsman and Rishabh Pant, who has been out of action for more than a year after being injured in an accident, is still at 12th position. His rating is currently 735. Now, after the completion of the second Test against South Africa, there will definitely be some impact on the ratings of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.

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