Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar has ended his record-breaking 200-Test career by finishing at 18th spot in the latest ICC Test batting rankings, which were released on Sunday.
Tendulkar re-entered the top-20 charts, after jumping five places following his knock of 74 in his final innings at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. He had entered his farewell series, against the West Indies, in 24th position, which was his lowest ranking since 1992.
Tendulkar had made his Test debut against Pakistan in November 1989, after which he was ranked 97th with a total of 111 ratings points. He first made his way into the world's top-50 in February 1990 after an innings of 88 against New Zealand at Napier.