If the batsman on strike calls "yes" and runs to the non-striker's end, but the non-striker doesn't run, who would be run out if the wicket at the striker's end was broken?


If the non-striker doesn't leave his crease, then the striker is out.

See clause 3 of Law 38 - run out

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