Gill is joined in the top 10 by a number of other players, including Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. Rohit stayed put at number eight on the list lead by Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam, while Virat Kohli climbed one spot to seventh.
India’s opening batsman Shubman Gill moved up one rank to fourth overall in the current ICC One-Day International Player Rankings, which were announced on Wednesday.
Not only does Gill make the list, but so do Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. Rohit stayed put at number eight on the list lead by Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam, while Virat Kohli climbed one spot to seventh.
Indian pace bowler Mohammed Siraj maintained his position as the third best in the world, behind only Australian quick Josh Hazlewood and New Zealand quick Trent Boult.
As South Africa swept the Netherlands 2-0 in their three-game series in Johannesburg, Aiden Markram notched another pair of career-best achievements, moving up 13 ranks to 41st in the batting rankings and 16 spots to 32nd in the all-rounders’ list.
They got a little bit closer to clinching an automatic berth in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, which will be held in India later this year.
Henry Nicholls of New Zealand moved up two places to number 69 in the batting rankings, and Will Young of New Zealand jumped up sixty places to number 143 after their 2-0 series win against Sri Lanka.
South Africa’s Sisanda Magala made his debut with an impressive 35-place jump to his career-best number 165th after taking eight wickets in two matches, including his first five-wicket haul against the Netherlands. For the Black Caps, Matt Henry stood out, jumping five slots to occupy the fifth spot in the bowling rankings.
Suryakumar continues to lead T20I rankings
While Suryakumar Yadav maintained his place as the best hitter in T20I Player Rankings, Hardik Pandya maintained his status as the best all-around player.
Litton Das of Bangladesh moved up one spot to tie for 21st with Daryl Mitchell of New Zealand, who moved up five spots from 26th. Mitchell had never been higher than 25th in the rankings before this.Kariyawasa Asalanka of Sri Lanka is now tied for 23rd with George Munsey of Scotland.
Both Maheesh Theekshana of Sri Lanka and Taskin Ahmed of Bangladesh moved up the bowling rankings by three spots, with Maheesh now at #10 and Taskin at #36.