India captain Mithali Raj displaced from top of ICC ODI batting rankings by West Indies counterpart Stafanie Taylor
Taylor recaptured the number one position in batting as well as in the list of all-rounders after a superb effort in the first ODI in Coolidge that helped the West Indies win by five wickets against Pakistan.
ICC Test Rankings: Rohit Sharma achieves career-best eighth rank; Axar Patel, R Ashwin also climb up
Rohit top-scored in the first innings with 66 and remained unbeaten on 25 in the second against England to move ahead of compatriot Cheteshwar Pujara among others.
Ashwin hit an excellent 106 in India's second innings and took eight wickets with his off-spin in the second Test against England in Chennai, which the hosts won by 317 runs on Tuesday.
Babar Azam says innings in South Africa against Dale Steyn gave confidence to excel at Test match level
Azam said he wasn't quite living up to his own expectations in Test cricket for the last two years.
Cheteshwar Pujara climbs to fourth spot, Jasprit Bumrah achieves career-best position in ICC Test rankings
Pujara has now moved ahead of Joe Root and David Warner in fourth position. He trails third-ranked Steve Smith by 55 points, and leads Root by 39 points.
India skipper Virat Kohli surpasses West Indies legend Brian Lara in ICC's all-time list of Test batsmen ratings
India captain and 'ICC Cricketer of the Year' Virat Kohli on Sunday moved ahead of West Indian legend Brian Lara in the all-time career-high Player Ratings for Test batsmen by earning 12 points from the Johannesburg Test.
In phenomenal form across formats, Kohli was named the World Cricketer of the Year, besides bagging the top honour for ODI players in the ICC Annual Awards.
India’s Virat Kohli has reclaimed the number one position in the latest ICC Player Rankings for ODI Batsmen, which were released on Sunday after the conclusion of the Asia Cup.
India's Shikhar Dhawan has made it to the top 10 of the ICC Player Rankings for ODI batsmen for the first time in his career following his good showing against the West Indies in the three-match series.
With 777 points to his credit, right-handed batsman Pujara is the only Indian figuring in the table, which is headed by South Africa's Hashim Amla (903) followed by West Indies' Shivnarine Chanderpaul in second place and South Africa's AB de Villiers in third position.