However, no Indian found a place in the top-10 of batsmen's rankings even though Ashwin (2nd) and Jadeja (8th) represented the country in the bowlers' list.
Elsewhere, Kane Williamson stood just two steps away from the top spot in the rankings for Test batsmen, which were released after the conclusion of the Dunedin and Hobart Tests.
Williamson has earned the rise to third place, just three points off South Africa's AB de Villiers, thanks to two consistent knocks of 88 and 71 helping New Zealand extend its winning streak to 12 home Test victories in a row, after they beat Sri Lanka by 122 runs.

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