The BRD8022A provides a way to do current measurement (the same way is possible with the BRD8023A for WFM200).
In the blue circle, there is a way to do current measurement of the WF200. The schematic of this part is described below :
The R616 is a 0.1 Ohm resistor which connects the VMCU with the VMCU_NCP (WF200).
The J1 could be used to solder a HE10 connector (2.54mm) useful to do measurements.
So using R616 and J1, there are two ways to do WF200 current measurements during Tx, Rx or averaged on DTIM3:
Removing the R616 resistor, you could alternatively use a monitored power supply using J1, like described in the snapshot below:
To better understand the current consumption provided in the WF200 datasheet, I recommend to read the following KBA : https://www.silabs.com/community/wireless/wi-fi/knowledge-base.entry.html/2019/03/05/kba_wfx200_dtim3-tmpo
Moreover, to get the average sleep current consumption of 22uA, you should :
In order to do WF200 current measurements in Tx, Rx or in sleep state, we have used the Keysight DC power analyzer N6705C set in 2-wire sensing for short supply cables (voltage is monitored at supply output terminals) else set in in 4-wire sensing for longer twisted supply cables (voltage is monitored at the load and automatically compensate for any voltage drop within supply cables).
For more details you could read this Application Note : https://www.silabs.com/documents/public/application-notes/an1219-power-consumption-wfm200.pdf