Star According to the most recent ICC Women’s Player Rankings, which were revealed on Tuesday, Indian batter Smriti Mandhana rose to a career-high global number 2 ranking in T20 Internationals and seventh place in ODIs. In the three-match T20I series against England, in which India lost 1-2, the India opener scored 111 runs. She rose to two positions as a result of her performance. As she had been doing recently, she went on to score the game-winning 91 against England in the opening ODI, which India won by seven wickets.

In the most recent rating, all-arounder Deepti Sharma and skipper Harmanpreet Kaur both rose. In ODIs, the skipper rose one spot to take over the ninth rank, while Deepti rose one spot to take over 32nd place. Deepti moved up six spots to 12th on the bowlers’ ranking, while Yastika Bhatia rose eight spots to 37th.

Kaur moved up one spot to rank 14th among hitters in the T20I rankings, Renuka Singh moved up three spots to rank 10th among bowlers, and spinner Radha Yadav moved up four spots to rank 14th among bowlers. Sneha Rana and Pooja Vastrakar, two all-arounders, are tied for 41st place.

After scoring 115 runs in the T20I series, England’s Sophia Dunkley moved up 12 ranks to 32nd, while Alice Capsey has moved up to 20th among hitters.

PTI inputs