Shoaib Akhtar Weight, Age, Height, Wife, Children, Family, Affairs, Biography & More

shoaib Akhtar

Shoaib Akhtar is a fabulous former Cricket player of Pakistan International Cricket Team. Now Shoaib is a very good Pakistani commentator and played Cricket 14 years in his life for Pakistan. Shoaib popular as the fastest bowler in the cricket history, make an unbreakable recorded speed of 161.3 km/h in a match alongside England all through Cricket World Cup 23. Akhter was named “Tiger & Rawalpindi Express” as an honor to his fast bowling and his hometown.

Shoaib has also appeared as the first bowler to break a 100 mph barrier, doing so two times in his career. Shoaib was born on 13 August 1975 in Morgah, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Now Shoaib is 43 years old, His father name is Muhammad Akhtar and belongs to a poor Panjabi family of Gujjar Troupe, who is a servant as a watchman at Attock Oil Refinery Petrol Station.

Shoaib’s mother name is Hameeda Awan and Shoaib’s three elder brothers named Shahid, Tahir, Obaid and a younger sister named Shumaila. Shoaib is non-vegetarian and married with Rubab Khan. Shoaib has a son named Mikaeel Ali. Shoaib Akhtar made his first test debut as a fast bowler and player his first ODI 3 month later in 1997. Shoaib was sent home all through a test series in 2005 in Australia for a so-called poor attitude.

After one year, Shoaib was entangled in a drug humiliation after testing for the performance-boosting stuff nandrolone. However, the ban forced on him was raised on appeal. Once again Shoaib get ban in the year 2007, Shoaib was banned for more than five years for openly criticizing Pakistan Cricket Board.

In the years 2008, Lahore High Court in Pakistan stopped this 5 years ban and was selected under 15 men choose for T20 in Canada. A Pakistani Judge named Rana Bhagwadas, once said that Shoaib is a real legend of cricket. Shoaib retired from cricket after World Cup 2011.

Shoaib Akhtar Bio 
NameShoaib Akhtar
Nick Name Rawalpindi Express, Tiger
Date of Birth13 August 1975
Birth Place Morgah, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Age as of (2019)44 Yeas Old
Religion Islam
Zodiac SignLeo
HometownRawalpindi Pakistan
Shoaib Akhtar Education 
Qualification Graduate
School Elliot High School, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
College Asghar Mall College Rawalpindi, Pakistan
University Unknown
Shoaib Akhtar Physical Statistics 
Weight (in Pound)176 lbs
Weight (in KG)80 kg
Height (in Meter)1.83 m
Height (in Feet)6'
Chest Size42 Inches
Bicep Size16 Inches
Waist Size32 Inches
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Shoe SizeUnknown
Shoaib Akhtar Family 
Marital Status Married
WifeRubab Khan
FatherMuhammad Akhtar
MotherHameeda Awan
BrotherShahid, Tahir, Obaid (Elder)
SisterShumaila Akhtar
SonMuhammad Mikaeel Ali
Ex-GirlfriendSonali Bendre (Actress)
Meera (Actress)
Shoaib Akhtar Career & Net Worth 

Cricket Carrier
International Debut
ODI: 28 March 1998 against Zimbabwe
Test: 29 November 1997 against West Indies
T-20: 28 August 2006 against England

International Retirement
ODI: 8 March 2011 against New Zealand
Test: 8 December 2007 against India
T-20: 28 December 2010 against New Zealand
RecordsFastest ball ever with the speed of 161.3 km/h
Reaming not out in 12 successive ODI innings
Net WorthUnknown
Shoaib Akhtar Favorite Things  
Favorite ActorAmitabh Bachchan
Salman Khan
Shah Rukh Khan
Favorite ActressSonali Bendre
Favorite Food Aloo-keema
Favorite Color Blue, Black
Favorite HobbyWatching Movies, Listening Music, Singing
Favorite DestinationUnknown
Shoaib Akhtar Social Media 

Some Lesser Known Facts About Shoaib Akhtar

  • Is Shoaib Akhtar addicted to smoking? Yes
  • Shoaib Akhtar is taking alcohol? Yes
  • Shoaib’s childhood was extremely complex.
  • As a child, he wandered around the house with stones and pebbles.
  • He was a good athlete at his school.
  • He was so hypnotized by his bowling style that he offered to appear in a test match.
  • Shoaib Akhtar began playing serious cricket at the age of 20.
  • Shoaib Akhtar scored the fastest ball in cricket history with 161.3 km / h along with England in the 2003 World Cup in Cape Town, South Africa.
  • He was a fast bowler for right-handers.
  • Akhtar attributed him two wickets.
  • He was awarded twice for the man-in-cricket test award and ten times for limited-time cricket.
  • He is the first bowler who crossed the 100 km / h barrier, which he did twice in his career.
  • He has appeared on many television programs in India and Pakistan.

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