The only Indian player in the top 10 is batter Suryakumar Yadav, who has maintained his place as the top player in the ICC men’s T20I player rankings. At the end of their five-match series in Rawalpindi, Mark Chapman of New Zealand and Iftikhar Ahmed of Pakistan each achieved career-high rankings in the ICC men’s T20I player rankings.
Mark Chapman clinched the series with the highest total of 290 runs after scoring undefeated innings of 71 runs off 42 balls and 104 runs off 57 balls in two matches. He has moved up 48 ranks in the standings as a result, which is his highest personal ranking to date. He previously held rank 54, which he did in February 2018.
New Zealand, Pakistan players gain big in latest ICC Men’s T20I rankings
Iftikhar, who scored 36 in the final match, has also moved up six places to joint-38th place. After Mohammad Rizwan, who climbed from 798 rating points to 811 after getting 98 not out in the final game, and Babar Azam, who is rated second and third on the list, he is the top-ranked Pakistani batter. In November of the previous year, Iftikhar held the position of number 43.
After the series, other players noticed an improvement in their T20I rankings. For example, Chad Bowes of New Zealand moved up 82 positions to 118th in the batting rankings, and Ish Sodhi, moved up two spots to 14th in the bowling rankings. Imad Wasim, a Pakistani all-rounder, has also climbed the rankings in all three lists.
The most recent ICC men’s T20I player rankings take into consideration players’ most recent T20I match performances around the world. The current rankings involve the performances until September 2021, and they are updated usually. In the upcoming months, the rankings are likely to shift much more as the cricket season goes on.
T20I Batting Rankings:
|4||Aiden Markram||South Africa||748|
|5||Rilee Rossouw||South Africa||724|
|7||Devon Conway||New Zealand||709|