After contributing heavily with the ball to Australia‘s T20 World Cup-winning campaign, Adam Zampa has broken into the top three of ICC T20I bowlers rankings.
Adam Zampa finished the tournament as the joint second-highest wicket-taker – alongside Trent Boult – picking 13 wickets at an economy of 5.81. The leg-spinner now takes the third spot, overtaking fellow wrist-spinners Adil Rashid and Rashid Khan, sitting behind top-ranked bowler Wanindu Hasaranga and second-placed Tabraiz Shamsi.
Adam Zampa registered figures of 1/26 in the final against New Zealand and 1/22 in the semi-final versus Pakistan, both of which were high-scoring encounters.
His compatriot pacer Josh Hazlewood moved up to the fifth in the bowling ranking following his three-wicket haul in the final.
Mitchell Marsh, who bagged the Man of the Match in the final for his sublime 77 not out off 50 balls, has progressed six spots to reach joint-13th position among batters.
Player of the Tournament David Warner saw himself upsurge eight places to 33rd position after scores of 49 against Pakistan in the semifinal and 53 in the final.
Devon Conway, Liam Livingstone make progress in ICC T20I rankings
New Zealand Devon Conway’s crucial knock of 46 runs in the semi-final against England in Abu Dhabi helped him gain three places and reach the fourth position among batters.
Babar Azam, who finished as the leading run-scorer in the T20 World Cup, had earlier replaced Dawid Malan at the top of the batters rankings.
England all-rounder Liam Livingstone jumped up to the third position in the all-rounder charts, climbing seven spots. Livingstone scored 46 runs in 3 innings at a strike rate of 158 and also played a significant role with the ball, snapping up 6 wickets at an economy of 5.73.
Glenn Maxwell, after scoring 28* off 18 balls in the final and bowling tightly throughout the tournament, has taken the fourth spot in the all-rounder rankings.