While Tendulkar is the only Indian in the top-20 of the batting list, Zaheer has company in the form of spinner Pragyan Ojha, who held on to his 20th spot, in the bowling chart.
Meanwhile, South African Jacques Kallis led the charge of his country’s batsmen up the rankings after his side’s stunning innings and 12-run victory against England on Monday.
Kallis, who scored an unbeaten 182 and also took 2-38 in England’s first innings, not only moved up two places in batting rankings to second place but also unseated Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh as the number one ranked Test all-rounder. Kallis has also moved up one rung in the rankings for Test bowlers to 31st place.
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