Among ODI bowlers, Ngidi returned to the top 20 and in the T20I bowlers’ rankings Holder reached a career-best 26th
South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock
has jumped up four places in the ICC ODI rankings for batters to move to fifth place and Rassie van der Dussen
has gone up 10 spots to reach a career-best 10th position. de Kock re-entered the top five for the first time since the 2019 World Cup after he topped the run charts
with a total of 229 runs (124, 78 and 27) in the three ODIs against India as South Africa blanked them 3-0, while van der Dussen was second on the list with 218 runs.
Captain Temba Bavuma
went up 21 places to reach a career-best 59th position, with the help of a century against India. Opener Shikhar Dhawan
– India’s top-scorer in the series with 169 runs in three innings – moved up one place to 15th position. Rishabh Pant went up five spots to 82nd position.
Among bowlers, Lungi Ngidi
returned to the top 20 with his five wickets in the series
– joint-second most with Jasprit Bumrah – to be placed on 20th, Keshav Maharaj moved to a career-best 33rd, and Andile Phehlukwayo, the top wicket-taker of the series, went up seven places to 52nd.
Afghanistan batter Rahmat Shah
also made gains, moving up seven places to joint 36th position with an aggregate of 153 runs against Netherlands recently. For Netherlands, Scott Edwards
‘ series-leading tally of 208 runs
saw him go up 97 places to 100th spot. From Sri Lanka, Charith Asalanka went up from 52nd place to a career-best 46th spot.
Among T20I bowlers, Jason Holder
moved to a career-best 26th spot with his Player-of-the-Match performance of 4 for 7 in the opening game, and Akeal Hosein
gained 40 places to reach 33rd with economical figures of 1 for 15 and 1 for 6 over seven overs in the two games.