hello everyone in this article, we are going to see Most Runs in 2023 all formats of cricket. In today’s international cricket tours, most engagements involve a combination of One Day Internationals (ODIs), Test matches, and T20 Internationals (T20Is). With the regular scheduling of World Cups and Championships, cricket teams are diligently devising their strategies to align with the specific format they’re competing in.
As cricket evolves, transitioning into a three-format sport with each passing year, batsmen face a formidable challenge in adapting to the diverse demands of these formats. Only a select group of players manage to decode the intricacies and excel across all three formats.
This article will compile a list of the top run-scorers in the year 2023 across all cricket formats. Additionally, you’ll find rankings for the top ten performers in 2022 and 2021, enabling a comparison and analysis of players who have consistently delivered over the past three years.
Most Runs in 2023 Across All Formats
|Shubman Gill (IND)||1983||44||49.57||208||7/8|
|Virat Kohli (IND)||1712||31||65.84||186||7/7|
|Kusal Mendis (SL)||1684||45||40.09||245||3/10|
|Daryll Mitchell (NZ)||1643||46||40.07||130||5/8|
|Rohit Sharma (IND)||1640||34||51.25||131||4/10|
|Muhammad Waseem (UAE)||1588||45||36.09||119||1/10|
|Marnus Labuschagne (AUS)||1454||38||41.54||124||2/7|
|Aiden Markram (SA)||1408||29||58.66||175||4/6|
|Najmul Hossain Shanto (BAN)||1331||34||44.36||146||4/8|
|Travis Head (AUS)||1324||31||47.28||163||2/8|
In 2023, ODI cricket takes the spotlight with the ODI World Cup, resulting in an increased number of ODIs globally as teams gear up for this prestigious tournament. However, this doesn’t mean a reduction in T20 matches, as the T20 World Cup is slated for the following year in the West Indies. Moreover, cricket enthusiasts can look forward to the grand World Test Championship final in June. Let’s not forget the Border Gavaskar Trophy and The Ashes Series, set to bracket the WTC Final. Thus, this year promises an abundance of cricketing action in all three formats.
Shubman Gill has commenced the year with a splendid start, accumulating over 700 runs in January alone. His remarkable achievements include four centuries in the opening month, including a double century in ODIs and his inaugural century in T20Is. This accomplishment positions him among the elite group of batsmen who have achieved centuries in all three formats.
Given the demanding schedule of the Indian cricket team, Shubman Gill stands a good chance of challenging the calendar year batting records, which are currently held by the legendary Sachin Tendulkar.
Usman Khawaja of Australia initiated the year with an impressive unbeaten score of 195 in the home Test (New Year Test) against South Africa. With Australia’s participation in the WTC final nearly confirmed, Khawaja can anticipate more opportunities to shine in the Border Gavaskar Trophy and The Ashes series later in the year.
Suryakumar Yadav, who emerged as the leading run-scorer in the shortest format last year, has continued his fine form in 2023 with a Century and a Half-century in January