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| On Jun 19, 2019 3:28 PM IST

Shoaib Malik (Pakistan Cricketer): Profile, Records, Wife, Controversies, Age, Weight, Height and More


Shoaib Malik is one of the long-standing guardians of Pakistan Cricket, having played for the country for almost two decades now.


Name: Shoaib Malik

Nickname: N/A

Role: Batting all-rounder


Cricket Career

Test Debut: vs Bangladesh in Multan on 29th August 2001

ODI Debut: vs West Indies in Sharjah on 14th October 1999

T20I Debut: vs England in Bristol on 28th August 2006

Jersey Number: #18 (Pakistan)

Major Teams: Pakistan, Sialkot Stallions, Lancashire, Chittagong Kings, Comilla Victorians, Karachi Kings and Delhi Daredevils.

Source: India TV

Personal Life

Date of Birth: 1st February 1982

Age (as of May 2019): 37 Years

Birth Place: Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan

Nationality: Pakistani

Zodiac sign/Sun sign:  Aquarius

School: N/A

College: N/A

Educational Qualifications: N/A

Signature: N/A

Girlfriends, Spouse and Children

Marital Status: Married

Affairs/Girlfriends: N/A

Wife: Ayesha Siddiqui (2002-2010)

Source: India TV


Sania Mirza (at present)


Children: Son: Izhaan Mirza-Malik (2018)

Source: SheThePeople TV

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 10″

Weight (approx.): 70 kg

Eye Colour: Brown

Hair Colour: Black


Father: Abdul Aziz

Mother: N/A

Sister: N/A

Brother:  N/A

Coach/Mentor: Ata-ur-Rehman

Religion: Islam

Address: Mandi Bahauddin, Punjab, Pakistan

Source: StarsUnfolded


Hobbies: Reading and watching football and tennis

Cricketers: Sachin Tendulkar, Vivian Richards, AB de Villiers, Virender Sehwag, Kumar Sangakkara and Wasim Akram.

Cricket Ground: N/A

Athletes: N/A

Food: Chicken

Actors: Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan, Sanjay Dutt

Films: N/A

Destinations: N/A

Tattoos: N/A

Smoking/Drinking: N/A


Lesser Known Facts

  • Malik attended Imran Khan’s cricket coaching centre in Sialkot
  • His likes to watch football and his favourite football club is Manchester United.
  • Shoaib Malik has batted in every position in ODIs, starting from 1 to 10.