In the most recent updated ICC rankings, players from Australia and India significantly improved. The lists were updated following Australia's victory over South Africa in the Test series and India's crushing victory over Sri Lanka in the opening ODI.
Usman Khawaja gained the most gain among Test batters according to the ICC rankings, moving up by four spots to claim the eighth spot and enter the top 10. This came after his incredible century in the third and final Test match in Sydney against South Africa. As skipper Pat Cummins declared to force a conclusion in a game that had been postponed due to rain, Khawaja, who was undefeated on 195, missed out on a double century.
The greatest benefactors for India were Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma thanks to their performances against Sri Lanka in the first ODI. In India's triumph against Sri Lanka in Guwahati, Kohli hit an incredible century. He has now climbed two slots to the sixth spot in the list of men's ODI batters. Also scoring aggressively with an 83, Rohit Sharma moved up to eighth place. Dasun Shanaka, the captain of Sri Lanka, hit a valiant century despite his team losing and climbed 20 ranks to number 61.
Mohammed Siraj is the most successful bowler in the list of ODI bowlers after moving up four spots to 18th place. This occurred after he took two wickets in the match against Sri Lanka. Suryakumar Yadav is still ranked first in the T20I rankings charts following his outstanding century in the third T20I match against Sri Lanka.
Josh Hazlewood has made the most progress in the bowling rankings. He gained six spots to go up to No. 10 in the Australia vs. South Africa match thanks to his five wickets, breaking into the top 10. The best Test bowler is still Cummins, who holds that position.