Who will win toss today in ipl 2022? : The gap between Surya Kumar Yadav and Mohd Rizwan in the World’s Best T20 Batsman Race narrows to 16 POINTS as the waiting period lengthens.

Suryakumar Yadav, an Indian hitter, will have to wait a little longer to claim the ICC Batsman World No. 1 Ranking. In the most recent standings, SKY has managed to close the distance between him and Pakistan’s Mohammed Rizwan to to 16 points. But Rizwan’s title as the world’s best batsman remained in place:

The competition between Pakistan opener Mohammad Rizwan and India’s Suryakumar Yadav for the No. 1 T20I batter ranking has been more intense.
By concluding India’s most recent T20I series at home against South Africa with two half centuries and as their highest run scorer with a total of 119 runs, Yadav maintained his astounding climb in 2022.

Yadav’s performance brought him within 16 rating points of Rizwan in the ICC’s new T20I batter rankings, which were announced on Wednesday.

When the ICC T20 World Cup takes place in Australia next year, the 32-year-old should have the opportunity to take center stage.

Where did SKY miss the crown? Rizwan vs. Surya: With a staggering total of 316 runs, Rizwan ended the current seven-match T20I series against England as the top run scorer.

Yadav almost passed his Pakistani rival in the fight for first place with a huge score in the decisive game of India’s series against South Africa in Indore. However, the right-hander only managed eight outs.

As both Pakistan and India are among the favorites to win the eighth edition of the T20 World Cup in Australia, the conflict between the two will continue during the next month.

While a number of other batters from across the globe made enormous leaps on the most recent set of rankings, Pakistan skipper Babar Azam is still third on the T20I batter rankings and should not be ignored from reclaiming the top spot.

Notably, on October 23 at the MCG, India will play Pakistan in the tournament’s first match; the MEGA CLASH might determine who wins the tournament’s top place.

KL Rahul, the opening batsman for India, moves up seven spots to position 14 on the updated list after scoring 108 runs in two games against the Proteas. Quinton de Kock, Rilee Rossouw, and David Miller of South Africa also made notable moves, moving up eight, 23, and 10 spots, respectively, to positions 12, 12, and 29, respectively.

After a steady series for England against Pakistan, dependable top-order player Dawid Malan moves up one rank to fifth, while teammate Ben Duckett (up eight spots to tie for 24th) is also improving.

Prior to the ICC T20 World Cup, Josh Hazlewood is ranked first while Rashid Khan is ranked second.

Following the conclusion of two recent series in India and Pakistan, there has been some rearranging behind Australia seamer Josh Hazlewood on the new list of T20I bowlers.

South African and English spinners Tabraiz Shamsi and Adil Rashid all fall three positions inside the top 10, while Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan, Wanindu Hasaranga, and experienced Australian Adam Zampa all move up two slots apiece.

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Keshav Maharaj of South Africa has moved up seven positions to tenth place overall after a successful series against India in which the 32-year-old took four wickets at an economy rate of just over seven, breaking into the spin-dominated top 10.

With five wickets from four games versus Pakistan, England seamer Reece Topley climbs nine ranks to 14th overall, while veteran Indian Ravichandran Ashwin moves a remarkable 28 slots to 20th overall.

The top 10 all-rounders on the most recent list hardly changed, with Afghanistan’s veteran Mohammad Nabi remaining at the top and India’s dasher Hardik Pandya falling one position to fifth overall.

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