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WTC 2023-25 Cycle: Yashasvi Jaiswal Tops Chart For Highest Run-Getters

Young India opener Yashasvi Jaiswal is currently leading the charts for the highest run-getters after a brilliant performance against West Indies and England in the World Test Championship (WTC) 2023-25 table, as per the ICC official website. From the West Indies' heist at The Gabba to India's brilliant fightback at home against Ben Stokes' England, the third edition of the World Test Championship (WTC) has already thrown up some tight contests and unexpected results. At this stage, Rohit Sharma's India are atop the WTC table with a point percentage of 68.51. Australia and New Zealand are placed second and third place respectively.

With the WTC set to enter a temporary hiatus until after the completion of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup in June, we look at who is leading the way in a host of key statistical categories in this edition of the World Test Championship.

India's rising star Yashasvi Jaiswal, who made his debut in this cycle of the WTC, leads the runs charts with 1,028 runs at an average of 68.53. The majority of runs for the opener came in the five-game Test series against England, in which he scored a whopping 712 runs, including two double tons.

Close in on the second place is ICC Men's Test Cricketer of the Year 2023, Usman Khawaja with 943 runs. England's Zak Crawley (887 runs) has been impressive in this iteration of the WTC and sits in third place.

Reigning World Test Championship winners Australia lead the mark when it comes to the highest wicket-takers in this ongoing cycle of Test action.

Pacer Josh Hazlewood is the only player with more than 50 wickets so far. His best figures during this run came in a match-winning 9/79 against the West Indies in Adelaide earlier this year.

He is followed by fellow