Rohit Sharma entered the top 10 among batsmen in the latest test rankings published by the ICC on Sunday. The Indian opener made a big jump from six positions to move to the eighth position in the rankings.
Indian captain They grow kohli remains the best ranked batsman in Tests, occupying the fifth position. Cheteshwar Pujara, however, fell to 10th position after being fired on a duck in the third test against England.
Rohit hit half a century in the first inning of the test in Chennai and remained undefeated at 25 in the second inning as India secured a 10-wicket victory in the game.
Meanwhile, Ravichandran Ashwin has reaped rewards for his incredible display in the last two tests, jumping 4 places to move to third place in the bowler rankings.
Now he is left with only two rating points behind the 2nd Neil Wagner (825).
Jasprit bumrahmeanwhile, he dropped to ninth place in the standings after taking a break for the second test, and scored just six overs throughout the third game in Ahmedabad.
Among English bowlers, both James Anderson and Stuart Broad dropped to 6th and 7th, respectively.