List of Top 10 Test Batsman in Cricket World Right Now

Top 10 Test Batsman
Top 10 Test Batsman
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Top 10 Test Batsman in Cricket – Cricket is a sport that has been entertaining and making a country proud since the very start. Especially in India, if we have to see, cricket is something different. It is not just a sport, but it is considered a feeling by the population.

You might have experienced this while roaming around the streets of the country cricket is a sport played there at every Gali and is celebrated no less than a festival. Today, we will look at the top 10 test batsmen according to the current rankings as given by ICC. 

Top 10 Test Batsman in Cricket

Let’s now move towards knowing about the top 10 test batsmen according to the current rankings allocated by the governing body, ICC. 

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Marnus Labuschagne

Marnus Labuschagne
Marnus Labuschagne

With a great ranking of about 935, Marnus Labuschagne, a cricketer hailing from the team of Australia, stands at the top. The player plays internationally for Australia’s National team and plays domestically for Queensland. He also plays it for Brisbane Heat in the Big Bash League and Glamorgan in the country cricket.

He does batting the best but serves as a player and all-rounder. Currently, this cricketer has been in the news for praising the master blaster of the Cricket world, Sachin Tendulkar, as he said that he still enjoys watching his game footage where he is batting and likes watching it again and again. He played his career-best vs. England on the 18th of January, 2022. 

Joe Root

Joe Root
Joe Root

With a ranking of 872, this cricketer hailing from the England team is also known popularly as MBE, and his full name is Joseph Edward Root. This cricketer plays for the England one-day international team and represents Yorkshire in English domestic cricket. The cricketer was born in 1990 and is currently 31 years in age. Cricket has a right-handed batting style and a Right-arm off-break bowling style. He played his career-best vs. Australia in the year 2015. 

Kane Williamson

Kane Williamson
Kane Williamson

With a scorecard, or ranking of 862, this cricketer hailing from the New Zealand International team is also currently serving as the captain of the New Zealand team for all the available formats. Kane Williamson is occasionally an off-spin bowler and a right-handed batsman. He is one cricketer who has registered evident growth in his professional career in cricket since he made his first-class debut in December 2007. 

Steve Smith

Steve Smith
Steve Smith

With a scorecard or ranking of 845, this cricketer, also called Steven Peter Devereux Smith, hails from the Australian International Cricket team and is also a former captain for the Austrian national team. He was born in 1989 and is serving the country as a professional cricketer at the age of 32.

Steve Smith has a right-handed batting style and Right arm-leg spin-styled bowling. He also played for IPL, the Indian Premier League, and there he played under the RCB team under Royal challengers Bangalore. 

Travis Head

Travis Head
Travis Head

With a scorecard or ranking of 773, this cricketer hailing from Australia and playing for the Australian International team is another gem of the team whose batting style is left-handed and as young as he was born in the year 1993 and is currently serving professionally for the team at the age of 28. 

Travis Head made his debut in test cricket in 2018 were, Australia had a match against the Pakistan international team. 

Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma

If we see the ranking here for Indian Cricketer Rohit Sharma, allocated to him by the ICC governing body, which is 773, it is just as same as Travis’s head. The cricketer’s full name is Rohit Gurunath Sharma. He is playing for the Indian national team and currently serving as the captain for the Indian national team in limited-overs formats and is the vice-captain for the team in Test cricket. 

The cricketer was born in 1987 and is currently 34 age. He has a right-hand batting style and a Right-arm Offbreak bowling style. 

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli

Born in 1988, this Indian cricketer was a former captain of the Indian National team. Earlier this year, too, he was stuck among the controversies of him being ruled over from the captaincy by the governing board of India for cricket, that is, BCCI. Virat Kohli is a former captain and professional cricket for the Indian National team who will forever remain the best in his era of cricket.

Critics also suggest that he is one of the best batsmen for the limited-overs cricket matches in history. He is also known for being the most controversial one because of the aggressive gameplay, and he is always in the news. But, we believe cricket is a game of the passionate ones, and where there is passion, there will be a little aggression. 

He also plays Domestic cricket for Delhi and in the Indian Premier League; he plays it for Royal Challengers Bangalore. ICC has presented him with the ranking of 767, where it listed out the names for the players under the top 10 best test batsmen.

Dimuth Karunaratne

Dimuth Karunaratne
Dimuth Karunaratne

With a score of 754 at the ICC board, Dimuth Karunaratne, a cricketer, hails from the Srilankan National cricket team and serves as the captain for the team. He is a left-handed red-ball specialist and does represent his country, Sri Lanka, at the age of 33, in both tests and ODIs, and had served captain for the team before for the ODI format cricket. 

Babar Azam

Babar Azam
Babar Azam

With a score of 750, this cricketer hailing from Lahore, Pakistan, plays for the Pakistan national team for cricket and is currently serving as the captain for the team in all formats. Babar Azam is from Lahore in Pakistan and is a right-handed batsman with a Right-arm off-break bowling style. 

Tom Latham

Tom Latham
Tom Latham

With an ICC ranking of 728, this cricketer, Tom Latham, stands at the 10th position of the best batsman in test cricket. Thomas William Maxwell Latham is playing for the New Zealand Cricket team under all formats. He is also serving as the vice-captain for the team for tests and ODIs format of cricket. 

He has a left-handed batting style and made a start to his professional cricket career in 2012 and has been shining since then. 

Conclusion 

We have here; this article has provided some of the information about the ICC top 10 Test Batsmen in the world right now. The ten batsmen mentioned here have also been provided specific rankings according to their performances in the test format of cricket. Cricket is a sport that is very much celebrated, especially among the 12 major and permanent member countries of the ICC, including India.

Here 2 cricketers representing the glory of the Indian cricket team at the record. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli are both listed as the top batsman per ICC rankings for test cricket, and it is a proud moment for us Indians. Cricket should be encouraged. It is a sport that the citizens of this country love, and these players become ideals or idols for them. 

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