Along with Kohli, his deputy in Tests Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara are also present in the top 10 batsmen rankings.
India are at the top of ICC rankings with 120 points while New Zealand are second with 112 points.
India are currently at the top position with 115 points to their name with South Africa at 104 points.
James Anderson has a chance to become the number 1 bowler during the Ashes.
Having played a handful of ODIS before April 2018, Papua New Guinea (PNG) joined the rankings list and The Netherlands will have to play two more ODIs to enter the rankings.
New Zealand finish second after series win over Bangladesh; South Africa and Australia finish third and fourth, respectively.
Rahmat Shah jumped up 88 places after his twin half-centuries in the one-off Test.
Taylor, Nicholls and Mahmudullah move up in rankings after Wellington Test.
The New Zealand skipper slammed a double century in the first Test against Bangladesh.
Kusal Mendis stormed into the top 20 after his match-winning knock in Port Elizabeth.