Batsman Rohit Sharma played a key role in Team India’s fight on the second day of the ongoing 4th Test against England and played a crucial innings of 144 runs.
Rohit Sharma became the first opener to score 1000 runs in the ongoing edition of the World Test Championship (WTC). Rohit is also the highest run-scorer in the World Test Championship. This list is followed by David Warner (948 runs) and Dean Elgar (848 runs). Apart from Rohit, Ajinkya Rahane (1068 runs) is the only other Indian cricketer in the WTC to score 1000 or more runs.
Rohit played 11 Test matches at 64.37 and scored 1030 runs. He has 4 centuries and 2 half-centuries in the current championship. Rohit is ranked 6th in the list of highest run-scorers with 1030 runs. Australia’s Marenus Labushanaya tops the list, scoring 1675 runs at a 72.82 strike rate.
He is followed by Joe Root, who has 1630 runs in 20 Tests. Smith is third with a score of 1341 at 63.84. He has 4 centuries and 7 half-centuries to his name. Ben Stokes (1332) and Ajinkya Rahane (1095) are the next 2 players with runs.