Shubman Gill, the Indian opener, has earned a career-high second position and is the highest-ranked of three Indian hitters who are now in the top 10 of the ICC Men's ODI rankings released on Wednesday.
The other two Indians in the top ten are captain Rohit Sharma (8th) and the incomparable Virat Kohli (9th).
The last time three Indian batters were in the top ten in ODIs was in January 2019.
At the time, the three batters were Rohit, Kohli, and out-of-favour veteran Shikhar Dhawan.
Gill, who scored 58 and had a 121-run opening stand with Rohit Sharma in the Asia Cup encounter against Pakistan, has risen one rank in the current chart given by the global cricket body, while Indian skipper Virat Kohli has risen two spots apiece.
Rohit has three half-centuries in a row in the present Asia Cup, while Kohli advanced with an unbeaten 122 against Pakistan.
With less than a month to the start of the ICC men's ODI World Cup, Pakistan also has three hitters in the top 10.
Captain Babar Azam leads Gill by more than 100 rating points, while Imam-ul-Haq and Fakhar Zaman are fifth and tenth, respectively.
The latest weekly update, which also takes into account the performances in three South Africa-Australia series matches and two England-New Zealand series matches, saw South Africa's Temba Bavuma close in on a top-10 spot after hitting three centuries and two half-centuries in his last eight ODIs. He has risen 21 spots to 11th place, surpassing his previous best of 25th.
Australia's David Warner (up one spot to fourth), Travis Head (up six spots to 20th), and Marnus Labuschagne (up 24 spots to 45th) have all made considerable progress, as have India's KL Rahul (up ten spots to 37th) and Ishan Kishan (up two spots to 22nd).
The latest update benefits Aiden Markram, Sadeera Samarawickrama, Liam Livingstone, Daryl Mitchell, and Devon Conway, among others.
Trent Boult of New Zealand has risen to joint-second place in the bowling rankings, while Australia's leg-spinner Adam Zampa has entered the top five for the first time after taking four wickets in the second match against South Africa.
Kuldeep Yadav, an Indian left-arm wrist spinner, has risen five places to seventh after taking nine wickets in two Asia Cup matches.
Haris Rauf of Pakistan has risen eight places to 21st, while India's Jasprit Bumrah (up eight places to 27th) and all-rounder Hardik Pandya (up 21 places to 56th) have also made significant advances. Pandya has risen four spots to sixth among all-rounders.
South African spinners Keshav Maharaj (up 10 places to 25th) and Tabraiz Shamsi (up 15 places to 29th) are among those who have risen through the ranks.
(With PTI inputs)