Hendricks has advanced 26 slots to 15th position after scoring 139 runs in the series, including two half-centuries, while Phehlukwayo has moved up 14 slots to 10th position after taking seven wickets in two matches. @ ICC

Opener Reeza Hendricks’s 66 and allrounder Andile Phehlukwayo’s four wickets in South Africa’s series sweep against Sri Lanka on Sunday has seen the duo achieve career-best Twenty20 International rankings in batting and bowling respectively. (South Africa vs Sri Lanka, 3rd T20I: SCORECARD)

According to the latest ICC T20I rankings released on Monday, Hendricks has advanced 26 slots to 15th position after scoring 139 runs in the series, including two half-centuries, while Phehlukwayo has moved up 14 slots to 10th position after taking seven wickets in two matches, including a haul of four for 24 in the last match in Johannesburg on Sunday.

Captain JP Duminy, who scored 76 runs in the series, has jumped from 39th to 32nd, while Rassie van der Dussen’s 98 runs have helped him move up from 74th to 41st.

Among the bowlers, Chris Morris (up two places to 18th) and Tabraiz Shamsi (up 41 places to 35th) were the significant gainers in the list.

For Sri Lanka, Niroshan Dickwela moved 19 slots to reach 78th place among the batsmen, while Lasith Malinga has moved up 11 places to 42nd among bowlers. In the allrounders’ list, Isuru Udana, who has been phenomenal in the series, has moved up 106 slots to 144th among batsmen after scoring 132 runs in the series, including an 84 not out in the second match, and up 12 places to 51st among bowlers.

As far as the team rankings go, South Africa and Sri Lanka remain on fifth and ninth positions in the list led by Pakistan, closely followed by India.