July 25 Evening Brief: Today's Top news and headlines from cricket world

Here is a quick wrap-up of the events that grabbed the spotlight in the cricketing world today.

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Rohit Sharma & Sunil Gavaskar.
Rohit Sharma & Sunil Gavaskar. (Photo Source: Philip Brown/Popperfoto/Popperfoto & Visionhaus/Getty Images)

1. WI vs IND: No Player of the Series announced for Test series

Across the two matches between India and West Indies, there were several performances that left the fans in awe. There were many contenders who could have won the Player of the Series award. However, much to the everyone's surprise, there has been no announcement of the same and the reason remains unknown. (READ MORE)

2. Derbyshire sign Mohammad Amir as overseas player for half of 2024 season

Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir has signed with Derbyshire County Cricket Club as an international player for the first half of the 2024 season. The 31-year-old player is expected to make substantial contribution to Derbyshire's bowling lineup. (READ MORE)

3. ‘What did selectors learn that they didn’t know already?’ - Sunil Gavaskar questions Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli’s inclusion in West Indies Tests

Former India skipper Sunil Gavaskar was not too happy with the Test series against West Indies. He believes that the selectors should have picked a young team and could have given rest to Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, who have already proved themselves in international cricket. (READ MORE)

4. I’d be surprised if Todd Murphy doesn’t come into the side to create that balance in fifth Test: Tom Moody

Former Australia cricketer Tom Moody backed young spinner Todd Murphy to be a part of the fifth and final Ashes Test at The Oval in London, slated to begin on Thursday, July 27. Notably, after a rain-ruined fourth Test in Manchester, the Aussies retained the Ashes with a scoreline of 2-1 in the ongoing five-match series. (READ MORE)

5. ‘Take his name and the debate is over’ - Aakash Chopra lauds Rohit Sharma's brilliance in white-ball format ahead of 2023 ODI WC

Former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra praised the Indian skipper for his records in the ODI format and picked him as the India's first choice opener for ODI World Cup which is slated to be played at home in October-November. (READ MORE)

6. Nat Sciver-Brunt crowned No. 1 batter in latest ICC Women's ODI Rankings

England all-rounder Natalie Sciver-Brunt became the top-ranked batter in the ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings for the first time in her career after smashing a match-winning century in the final ODI of the ICC Women’s Championship series against Australia in Taunton last Tuesday. (READ MORE)

7. I don't think Ravindra Jadeja was upset with Mahi bhai at all, he was sad because CSK wasn't doing great that time: Ambati Rayudu

Former India cricketer Ambati Rayudu stated that Jadeja never had any issues with MS Dhoni. He added saying that the cricketer is what he is today because of Dhoni and rumours and reports should be put to bed. (READ MORE)

8. 'Mumbai ya Trinidad' - Rohit Sharma's humorous take on rain-marred second Test against West Indies

Rohit Sharma, in his viral tweet, humorously compared Trinidad's weather to Mumbai's, expressing frustration at the missed opportunity of a 2-0 win. (READ MORE)

9. Pakistan announce 15-member women's squad for Asian Games

Pakistan have announced a 15-member women's squad for the Asian Games 2022 that is scheduled to be held in Hangzhou, China. All-rounder Nida Dar will lead the Pakistan team in the continental multi-sport event. (READ MORE)

10. Reports: Former Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq to join hands with PCB again

Misbah-ul-Haq, former Pakistan captain, is reportedly set to work with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) again. He served as the Pakistan national team's head coach and chief selector in September 2019. Notably, it was the first time in Pakistan cricket's history that someone held both posts at the same time. (READ MORE)

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