Rohit, who had scores of 80 and 57 in the second Test, continued to remain the highest-ranked Indian Test batter.
Yashasvi Jaiswal hammers a six during his quickfire 38 v WI in the 2nd Test on Sunday. Pic/AFP
Young Indian opener Yashasvi Jaiswal continued his ascent in the ICC Test rankings, rising 11 places to 63rd while his skipper Rohit Sharma inched up to ninth among batters in the latest list released on Wednesday. Scores of 57 and 38 in the drawn second Test against the West Indies in Port of Spain have catapulted Jaiswal, 21, in the batters list as he now has 466 points.
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Rohit, who had scores of 80 and 57 in the second Test, continued to remain the highest-ranked Indian Test batter. He has 759 point and is tied on the ninth place with his Sri Lankan counterpart Dimuth Karunaratne. Rohit is trailed by teammates, Rishabh Pant, who has slipped one slot to 12th place on 743 points and Virat Kohli, who remains in 14th place on 733 points.
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