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Smith signs off in 16th spot

2014-03-06 12:37
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Cape Town - Graeme Smith signed off on his impressive Test career in 16th place in the latest ICC batting standings.

Smith reached a career high of second position after his match-winning century against England in Johannesburg in January 2010. That was also when he achieved a best-ever 843 ratings points.

He ends his ODI career in 42nd position on the ICC Player Rankings for ODI batsmen. Smith spent 57 matches and 160 days as the top-ranked batsman in ODI cricket between March and August 2008. He achieved a best-ever ratings points of 784 in November 2005.

In Twenty20 International cricket he spent 31 matches and 415 days in the No 1 position on the ICC Player Rankings for T20 batsmen. He first went atop in February 2006 and last was in the top position in September 2007.

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