Dubai: Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni maintained his numero uno position in the ICC one-day batsmen chart with his deputy Yuvraj Singh retaining the second position in the rankings.
Sehwag at the seventh spot, is the only other Indian batsman to feature in the top 10 batsmen list.
Former Indian captain Sachin Tendulkar and Gautam Gambhir are at the 14th and 17th spot respectively in the chart.
However, no Indian features among top 10 ODI bowlers with left-arm pacer Zaheer Khan languishing at the 17th spot in the list which is being headed by Sri Lankan Nuwan Kulasekara, followed by Kyle Mills and Daniel Vettori of New Zealand.
Meanwhile, Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan continued to top the ODI all-rounders table, followed by England's Andrew Flintoff in the second spot and Kiwi Jacob Oram at the third position.
India also managed to hold on to their second best ODI team status with 126 rating points.
South Africa tops the table with a point lead over India, while World Champions Australia is lying third with 119 points.