After an outstanding series against Australia, Ravi Bishnoi has dethroned Rashid Khan as the World No. 1 T20I bowler. Over the course of the five-match series, the Men in Blue defeated Australia 4-1.

Ravi Bishnoi

ICC rankings: As a result of his enormous reward for his outstanding performances during the India vs. Australia T20I series, Indian spinner Ravi Bishnoi has risen to the position of World No. 1 T20I bowler. With multiple Indians on song, the Men in Blue sealed the series 4-1. Rashid Khand of Afghanistan has lost his position at the top to Bishnoi. In the meantime, Ruturaj Gaikwad has managed to stay in the top ten of the batting order.

Gaikwad and Bishnoi were ranked among the top 10 bowlers and hitters in the past, and according to the most recent information available on the ICC website, Bishnoi has taken over as the top T20I bowler with 699 rating points. Prior to the most recent update, he had 665 ratings and was ranked fifth. Gaikwad recently broke into the top 10 and has managed to stay there. At the moment, he is the world’s seventh-ranked T20I batter.

While Suryakumar Yadav is the top-ranked batsman in the T20I rankings, Bishnoi is the second Indian to occupy the top slot. With 855 rating points, Surya has a significant lead over Mohammad Rizwan, who is ranked second with 787 ratings. 

Axar Patel has moved up the list of all-rounders by a few spots in the interim. With 127 rating points, he is currently ranked 14th in this total. He wasn’t even in the top 20 before the most recent update.

Axar, Bishnoi, and Ruturaj were excellent in the series.

Significantly, during the series, Ravi Bishnoi and Ruturaj Gaikwad both played excellent bat and ball. In the series, Gaiwkad scored the most runs (223 in 5 games), finishing first overall. Also in the series, Gaikwad scored a century. Taking nine wickets in five matches put Bishnoi at the top of the wicket-taking leaderboard. Bishnoi also tied Ravichandran Ashwin’s record for the most Indian wickets in a Twenty20 international series. In addition to taking six wickets in five games, Axar Patel had the greatest economy rate of 6.20 during this series.