South Africa's AB de Villiers has displaced Australia's David Warner at the top of the ICC rankings for ODI batsmen. This the tenth time de Villiers has climbed to the top since 2010 - when he first went to No. 1 - and this latest stint comes after he top scored in the recently concluded series in New Zealand.
De Villiers had scored 262 runs in the five-match series at 87.33, including two fifties. As per an ICC release, he has never been ranked outside the top-five ODI batsmen since September 2009.
India's Virat Kohli remains at No. 3 behind de Villiers and Warner, while England's Joe Root has jumped four places to No. 4. following scores of 4, 90 not out and 101 in the Caribbean.
De Villiers' team-mate, fast bowler Kagiso Rabada, broke into the top five of the ODI bowling rankings for the first time, slotting in behind Imran Tahir, Sunil Narine, Mitchell Starc and Trent Boult. Following his haul of 10 at 11.50 with an economy rate of 3.57 in the five-match series in Zimbabwe, Afghanistan offspinner Mohammad Nabi has climbed three spots to reach a career-best No. 7. England pacer Chris Woakes has jumped nine placed to No. 9 - the first time he is in the top 10 - courtesy his successes against West Indies.