Is Adil Rashid Married? Who is His Wife?

Adil Usman Rashid is an English cricketer who plays for England in One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) cricket, and previously played for the Test team. In domestic cricket, he represents Yorkshire, and has played in multiple Twenty20 leagues, including for Punjab Kings in the Indian Premier League.

Rashid made his ODI and T20I debuts in 2009 and played for the Test team between 2015 and 2019. He was part of the England teams that won the 2019 Cricket World Cup and 2022 T20 World Cup.


Rashid plays as a right-arm leg break bowler. He is England’s highest wicket-taker among spin bowlers in both ODIs and T20Is, and England second-highest wicket-taker in T20Is overall behind Chris Jordan. Along with Jos Buttler, he holds the world record for highest seventh wicket stand in ODIs: 177 against New Zealand in 2015.

Mini Bio on Adill Rashid

Rashid was born in Bradford, West Yorkshire, and is of Pakistani background. Like his England teammate Moeen Ali, he belongs to the Mirpuri community, his family having migrated to England in 1967 from Mirpur, Kashmir. His brothers Haroon and Amar are also cricketers.

Who is Adil Rashid Wife?

Adil Rashid neither have a wife or girlfriend, as he is popularly recognized as an Unmarried Man. He is currently Single. He wants to keep his love life private. Adil Rashid has kept his personal life so hidden that his fans wonder if he is married, but he is not.

Is Adil Rashid Wife Married Who Is His Wife
Adil Rashid

Career Path of Adil Rashid

Adil Rashid showed promise from a young age: Terry Jenner spotted him as a 14-year-old, and, in early July 2005, aged 17, he took 6–13 for Yorkshire’s Academy (youth) team. A few days later he hit 111 for Yorkshire Cricket Board Under-17s against their Cheshire equivalents in the Under-17s County Championship.

In 2006, he played a number of games for Yorkshire Second XI, making four successive centuries. This form, combined with a calf injury to Darren Lehmann, earned him the chance to make his first-class debut. From mid-August until the end of the season, he held down a regular spot in the Yorkshire side. He continued to impress, taking 4/96 against Middlesex at Scarborough and scoring 63, his maiden first-class half-century, against Nottinghamshire at Headingley as part of a fourth-wicket stand of 130 with Craig White to dig Yorkshire out of a hole from 42/3 before helping to bowl out Nottinghamshire’s tail to win the match for Yorkshire. Rashid also featured in a two-day “spin match” held by the England and Wales Cricket Board, a programme which would simulate different match-based scenarios to develop young spin bowlers.


In his bowling style, Rashid uses four different deliveries: the leg break, the top spinner, the googly and the slider. Rashid became an Ambassador for the Overseas Plastic Surgery Appeal charity in November 2018. OPSA are a Yorkshire-based charity that carry out most of their work in the Punjab region of Pakistan.


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