Ravichandran Ashwin hold on to his tip spot, while Ravindra Jadeja rose a stage to be fifth in a all-rounders’ draft of a latest ICC Test rankings expelled today.
However, no Indian found a place in a tip 10 of batsmen’s rankings even yet Ashwin (2nd) and Jadeja (8th) represented a nation in a bowlers’ list.
Elsewhere, Kane Williamson stood usually dual stairs divided from a tip mark in a rankings for Test batsmen, that were expelled after a end of a Dunedin and Hobart Tests.
Williamson has warranted a arise to third place, usually 3 points off South Africa’s AB de Villiers, interjection to dual unchanging knocks of 88 and 71, assisting New Zealand extend a winning strain to 12 home Test victories in a row, after they kick Sri Lanka by 122 runs.
Williamson’s team-mate Martin Guptill has jumped adult a conspicuous 18 places, after scoring 156 and 46. Guptill was rewarded with usually his second male of a compare endowment in Tests.
Black Caps skipper Brendon McCullum has changed adult dual places to 17th, while his Sri Lanka conflicting series Angelo Matthews has noted a visiting side’s participation in a tip 10 batsman rankings, down one place to seventh.
Over in Hobart, Australia skipper Steven Smith has tumbled 3 places to fourth and he is now usually 11 points forward of his team-mate David Warner.
But there was improved news for Adam Voges who led a assign for Australia with a initial innings double-century.
Voges’ hit has vaulted him 19 places to a career-high 15th place in a latest rankings.
Shaun Marsh upheld Voges ably, scoring 182, and together a span combined a sixth-highest all time partnership of 449 runs. In a process, Marsh has risen 17 spots to a career best 37th in a batsman rankings.
West Indies Darren Bravo has been rewarded for being a sole centurion from his side, relocating adult dual spots to 25th.
In a ICC Player Rankings for Test Bowlers, Australia’s Josh Hazlewood has entered a tip 10, rising adult 4 spots after claiming 7 wickets in Australia’s win over a West Indies, while off-spinner Nathan Lyon has changed adult dual spots into 15th after a three-wicket transport in Hobart.