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Shoaib Malik Cricinfo Profile Highlights
Full name Shoaib Malik
Born February 1, 1982, Sialkot, Punjab
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
Major teams Pakistan, Asia XI, Delhi Daredevils, Gloucestershire, Gujranwala Cricket Association, Pakistan International Airlines, Pakistan Reserves, Sialkot Cricket Association, Sialkot Stallions
Relation Brother Adeel Malik | Wife Sania Mirza
Shoaib Malik is a Pakistani cricket player and previous commander. He made his One-Day International presentation in 1999 against the West Indies and his Test introduction in 2001 against Bangladesh. He has assumed control in excess of 100 ODI wickets, and has a batting normal in the mid 30s in both Test and ODI cricket. His rocking the bowling alley activity has gone under examination (especially his doosra) yet he has had elbow surgery to redress this. Malik was positioned second, behind colleague Shahid Afridi, in the ICC ODI all-rounder rankings in June 2008. In March 2010, Malik got an one-year restriction from worldwide cricket from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB); the boycott was upset after two months.
In 2008, media reports in Pakistan surfaced that Malik has hitched Ayesha Siddiqui, a lady from Hyderabad, India, on 3 June 2002. Malik denied these assertions saying his marriage plans with the lady did not experience, in view of an absence of accord between both the families. In April 2010, Siddiqui’s family discharged Shoaib-Ayesha “marriage” authentication (Nikahnama). On April 2, 2010, Malik said he plans to sue Siddiqui’s family for “enjoying character death”. On April 7, 2010 Malik affirmed his marriage with Siddiqui and marked the Talaq (separation) papers.
On 12 April 2010, Malik wedded Indian tennis player Sania Mirza in an Islamic wedding function at the Taj Krishna Hotel in Hyderabad, India for a mahr of Inr61 lakh (Us$137,500).
Shoaib Malik initially played tape-ball cricket in the lanes as a kid. He started to consider playing cricket important in 1993/94 when he went to Imran Khan’s instructing facilities in Sialkot. He started as a batsman just creating on his knocking down some pins later. He used to get in a bad position with his family for playing cricket, as they needed him to concentrate on his instruction. In 1996, Malik went to trials for the U-15 World Cup. He was chosen in the squad for his playing.
In May 2001, Malik’s bowling activity was reviewed. The PCB gathering of knocking down some pins consultants inferred that his stock off-spinner was lawful, despite the fact that his conveyance going the other way was definitely not. He was urged to focus on his off-twist and to work on bowling his other conveyance without bowing his arm. In an One Day International (ODI) against England in June 2001, Malik endured a cracked right shoulder in the wake of falling unadroitly while endeavoring to take a catch.
Malik was approached by Gloucestershire County Cricket Club in July 2003 to go about as a swap for Ian Harvey, who was on global obligation with Australia. John Bracewell, the club’s executive of cricket, remarked that he was “energized by the possibility of marking an universal turning all-rounder to supplant Ian amid the Cheltenham Festival and the C&g semi-finals. He will include another and invigorating measurement to the squad … which is in keeping with our playing theory to both win and enliven”. He sufficiently inspired in two County Championship and three one-day matches that brought about recharging of his agreement for the 2004 season. Mark Alleyne, the club’s head mentor, commented that “Shoaib did exceptionally well for us a year ago in the brief time he was with us and fitted in extremely well. He is a talented all-rounder who is deserving of a spot in either teach and as a 21 year old, he can just show signs of improvement and I am truly satisfied at having him in my squad”. Throughout the span of his two seasons at Gloucestershire, Malik played eight top notch matches, scoring 214 runs at a normal of 17.83 with two fifties and taking 15 wickets at a normal of 45.06, with best rocking the bowling alley figures of 3/76. He likewise played twelve one-day matches, scoring 345 runs at a normal of 43.12 with three fifties and taking 10 wickets at a normal of 47.60, with best rocking the bowling alley figures of 3/28.
In October 2004, Malik was accounted for to the International Cricket Council (ICC) for having a “conceivably imperfect bowling activity”; after eight months, his activity was cleared. In the interceding period, Malik was utilized principally as a batsman. He was likewise given an one-Test boycott by the Pakistan Cricket Board in the wake of confessing to deliberately losing a Twenty20 match for the Sialkot Stallions against Karachi Zebras to thump Lahore Eagles out of the Faysal Bank T20 Cup. The request inferred that the episode “harmed Pakistan’s cricketing picture and had demonstrated irreverence to the swarm”, however that “his activities were not piece of any match-settling with no monetary ramifications, yet were a juvenile endeavor to express his dissatisfaction at prior choices in the opposition that he felt went against his side”.
Amid his Test profession, Malik has batted at 5 separate positions and has the bizarre record of batting at each position with the exception of eleventh in Odis. Pakistan’s issues in discovering a solid opening pair have prompted Malik being utilized as an opener as a part of Test and ODI matches. In Test cricket, he made an enormous impression with his match-sparing innings against Sri Lanka in 2006, amid which he batted for the entire day and completed with 148 runs not out. His knocking down some pins has been powerful now and again, particularly in one-day cricket where his best rocking the bowling alley figures are four wickets for 19 runs (4/19) notwithstanding numerous 3-wicket pulls.
On the global stage Malik battled in England. In 12 Odis over four visits somewhere around 2001 and 2006 he scored 98 runs at a normal of 8.16, with only two scores over 20, far beneath his vocation ODI normal of 34.35. Of individuals who have played no less than eight Odis in England, Malik’s is the farthest underneath his general norma