Adil Usman Rashid is an English leg spinner who plays for Yorkshire and England. Rashid was a key member of England’s World Cup winning team in 2019.
|Full and real name||Adil Usman Rashid|
|Nickname (famous name)||Dil, Dilly, rash|
|Height (approx)||5 ft 8 in (173 m)|
|Birthplace||Bradford, United Kingdom|
|Date of birth||February 17, 1988|
|Age In 2021||34 years|
|residence||Birmingham, United Kingdom|
|School||Heaton School, Bradford;|
|Brother||Amar Rashid, Haroon Rashid|
|Net value||$1 million|
Adil Rashid Biography
Adil Usman Rashid, better known as Adil Rashid, was born on February 17, 1988 in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. Adil Rashid is a right arm spinner who has played for England in all three forms of cricket for the past five years. Adil Rashid’s career has been full of ups and downs, but he is now the top spinner of the England bowling unit. Rashid was also part of the England squad for the 2019 ICC World Cup. Adil Rashid has taken the most wickets for England as a spinner in ODIs and T20Is.
Adil Rashid started playing cricket at the age of eight. In his early phases, he worked hard and was considered to have young bright potential. Rashid was accepted into the Yorkshire Academy when he was 14 years old. Rashid appeared in numerous matches for the academy and was a match winner. Adil Rashid hit a century in a row for his club in 2006.
Adil Rashid Height, Weight
Adil Rashid is 5 feet 8 inches tall. It weighs about 80 kg. He has beautiful warm black eyes and black locks. There is no information about his chest-waist-hip measurements, dress size, shoe size, biceps, and so on.
- Adil Rashid was picked for the Yorkshire County Club in 2006 and made his first-class debut the following season. Adil Rashid took five wickets in his debut against Warwickshire, marking his debut on the English domestic circuit.
- Rashid was selected for the England Under-19 team, who then faced India’s Under-19 side. Adil Rashid took 10 wickets and scored 172 runs in the second Test of the trip.
- He was a regular part of the Yorkshire team during his debut season. Adil Rashid took 43 wickets and scored 837 runs during England’s 2007 County season. He finished the season as the most successful all-rounder.
- Adil Rashid was named to the England Lions squad for the Duleep Trophy in India in 2008. Rashid took six wickets in two tournament matches.
- Adil Rashid took 62 wickets in England’s 2008 County season to finish as the team’s top wicket scorer.
International career of Adil Rashid
- Adil Rashid made his international debut against the Netherlands in the 2009 Men’s T20 World Cup. Adil Rashid took three wickets in four tournament matches.
- Adil Rashid was included in the likely England squad for the 2009 Ashes after the World Cup, although he failed to make the final.
- Adil Rashid made his ODI debut in August 2009, taking his first wicket.
- Rashid had a successful season, appearing in virtually all of the national team’s limited matches.
- Adil Rashid had opportunities with the national team in 2010, but he did not take advantage of them and was eventually expelled from the squad.
- Adil Rashid did not play well on the domestic circuit in 2011 and 2012 and his wicket-taking skills dropped dramatically.
- Adil Rashid improved his talents and returned to the national team, first in the national team and then in the national team.
- Adil Rashid was named in England’s test team for the series against the West Indies in March 2015. However, he did not play a single match on the tour.
- In the same year, Adil Rashid made his comeback in the England ODI team against New Zealand. Rashid scored with the bat and was instrumental in his team’s victory. Adil Rashid took 8 wickets in all four matches of the series.
- Adil Rashid was named to the England squad for the 2016 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup and played well throughout the competition. Rashid took 1 wicket and also allowed 23 runs in 4 overs in the final.
- Adil Rashid was selected as England’s front-line spinner in a series against India in 2017, taking 17 wickets in the four Tests he played. Adil Rashid was also selected for the Champions Trophy squad where he excelled for his side.
- Adil Rashid was included in the ICC Cricket World Cup squad in 2019, where he also played his 150th game for the national team. Adil Rashid was a vital member of his side throughout the competition, which saw England win the World Cup for the first time in history.
- Adil Rashid became the first England spinner to take 150 ODI wickets in 2020.
- In 2005, aged 17, he took 6–13 for the Yorkshire’s Academy (youth) team
- he scored his first first-class century, 108 against Worcestershire at Kidderminster
- In the 2007 English cricket season, Rashid scored 837 at a batting average of 44.05 and took 43 wickets at a bowling average of 42.16 over all first-class matches
Adil Rashid’s Net Worth
Adil Rashids net worth is expected to reach Rs 7 crores ($1 million) in 2021 with brand endorsements and cricket being his main sources of income. According to sources, he earns £360,000 (about $465,000) every year, which is just under half of what fellow Joe Root earns, with his earnings rising to $825,000 (almost £700,000). His annual sponsorship income is also around £1.5 million.
Adil Rashid Girlfriend, Dating
At the moment, he is not romantically involved with anyone. He is a single man who is very focused on his career. Moreover, he does not disclose his past relationships or dating history in the public domain. he keeps his private life hidden from the paparazzi. Adil is not the subject of rumors or controversy. He has kept his distance from rumors that could jeopardize his career. However, he has a clean criminal record and has never been involved in any controversy.
Awards and achievements
- In June 2007, he won both the YCCSA Young Player of the Year Award for 2006
- Neil Lloyd Young Cricketer of the Year Award for 2006
- On September 9, Rashid was named 2007 Cricket Writers’ Club Young Cricketer of the Year
- on September 24, he received the title of PCA Young Player of the Year
- Rashid comes from a cricketing family as his brothers Amar Rashid and Haroon Rashid have also competed in the men’s game.
- Terry Jenner, an Australian cricketer, taught Rashid as part of a campaign by the Cricket Board (ECB) in England and Wales to encourage wrist spinners.
- Rashid attracted a lot of attention in 2006 for his outstanding performance in U-19 matches against India. He took eight wickets and hit a brilliant century to make headlines.
- However, Rashid suffered a stress fracture, which forced him to review his movement in his early days.