Nahida Khan (Pakistani Cricketer) Husband, Age, Records, Photos, Birthday, and More

Updated on: Aug 2, 2019 5:00 pm IST

  • Nahida Khan

    Nahida Khan

    An International cricketer from Pakistan, Nahida Bibi Khan, became a part of the Women’s Cricket World Cup in Australia a year after her ODI debut in 2009. Nahida was named in Pakistan’s squad for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournament in the West Indies in October 2018. In February 2019, Khan became the fifth cricketer to score 1,000 runs in Women’s One Day Internationals.

    She started playing domestic cricket from 2004. Nahida used to play with boys in Quetta because there was no ground available for women.

    Name: Nahida Bibi Khan

    Nickname: Nahida Bibi

    Role: Opening batsman

    Batting style Right-hand bat

    Bowling style Right-arm medium

     

     

     

    Physical Appearance

    Height (approx.): 5’6.14″ inches(168.00 cm)

    Weight (approx.): NA

    Eye Colour: NA

    Hair Colour: Black

    Personal Life

    Date of Birth: November 3, 1986

    Age (as on July 2019): 32 years 8 months

    Birth Place: Quetta, Baluchistan

    Zodiac sign: Scorpion

    Nationality: Pakistani

    School: NA

    College: NA

     

    Family

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    Coach/Mentor: Ayesha Ashar

    Religion: Islam

     

    Cricket Career

    International Debut

    ODI: Pakistan Women v Sri Lanka Women at Bogra, Feb 7, 2009

    T20I: Pakistan Women v Sri Lanka Women at Potchefstroom (Uni 2), Oct 14, 2010

    Jersey Number: 10

    Major Teams:  Pakistan Women, South Zone Women (Pakistan)

     

    Records

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    Preferences

    Hobbies: NA

    Favourite Cricketers: NA

     

    Boyfriend, Spouse and Children

    Marital Status: NA

    Boyfriend: NA

     

     

    Awards and recognitions

    At the 2010 Asian Games in China, Nahida was part of the squad where Pakistan won gold.

    Controversies

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    Lesser Known Facts

    Nahida revealed in an interview to BBC that she was also criticized by her family for playing cricket, but she survived because of her father’s relentless support.

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