India opener Smriti Mandhana has arrived at a vocation best 741 focuses as she keeps on keeping up with her third situation in the most recent ICC Ladies’ T20I Player Rankings for hitters delivered on Tuesday. The Player of the Match in the second T20I against Australia, which finished in a tie before India prevailed upon in the Super, acquired 11 rating focuses to arrive at the milestone. Australia’s Tahlia McGrath is the new No.1 in the rankings following her eminent exhibitions in the initial two matches of the continuous series against India in progress in Mumbai.
The 27-year-old Australian had unbeaten thumps of 40 and 70 and overwhelmed comrades Meg Lanning and Beth Mooney as well as Mandhana to turn into the fourth Australian and twelfth hitter to top the ladies’ T20I rankings, as indicated by ICC.
Mooney had been at the top since August 3 this year when she surpassed Lanning.
McGrath is No. 1 after just 16 matches. The last lady to arrive at the top in less matches was West Indies’ Stafanie Taylor in 2010 (15 matches) while India opener Shafali Verma has been the quickest as of late, arriving at the highest level after 18 matches.
Two additional India players, Shafali and Jemimah Rodriques, likewise figure in the rundown of top-10 T20I hitters, with the previous acquiring a spot to be at 6th position.
In the T20I positioning for bowlers, India’s Deepti Sharma and Renuka Singh Thakur have kept up with their third and fourth spots separately, with Britain leg-spinner Sarah Glenn up one spot to second behind countryman Sophie Ecclestone.