About AU RashidAU Rashid or Adil Usman Rashid is 31 years old English right-handed batsman and right-arm leg break bowler. He is presently playing for domestic club Yorkshire and is also in the England’s international squad for 2019 Cricket World Cup.
Full Name: Adil Usman Rashid
Born: 17 February 1988 (age 31)
Bradford, West Yorkshire
Nickname: Dil, Dilly
Height: 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Batting : Right-handed
Bowling: Right-arm leg break
Relations: Amar Rashid (brother)
Early LifeAU Rashid was born on 17th February, 1988 in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England as Adil Usman Rashid to Abdul Rashid. He also has two brothers; Haroon and Amar Rashid who is also playing for England and is having a domestic career with Unicorns County Cricket club. He is raised in family having the roots back in Pakistan.
CareerHe started his early cricket career playing for Yorkshire’s Academy team in July 2005 and soon got the chance to play for Under-17 team in County Championship scoring 111. In 2006, he went for four successive centuries for Yorkshire Second XI further making his county cricket debut against Warwickshire where he took six wickets. He also played in England Under-19s Test squad against India where he got 8 wicket haul during the second Test but unfortunately suffered a stress fracture in his back thus causing him to remodel his action. In 2007 he got a century in maiden Championship against Worcestershire in August thus receiving the title of being the Young Cricketer of the Year by Cricket Writers’ Club. In 2008 he made it to Test Series squad against India and got hit to the successful season with 62 wickets in the County Championship. This time proved out to be his career high showing all his potential in gaming. His next season came up with 545 runs at 68.12 where he also got 31 wickets at 36.06 in the 2009 first-class season plus two centuries. For England he got included in World Twenty followed by post-Ashes one-day series against Australia. In the same season he got the tour to South Africa with his form falling down in the coming games even faltering his county career but he finally managed to get his place in the England Lions squad to tour UAE. In 2010, he came up with more productive season by playing for Yorkshire and taking 57 wickets at 31.29 plus scoring 732 first class runs at 45.75. Next he secured a victory against Worcestershire at New Road taking 6 of 77 and 5 for 37. By coming 2013 season he went for over 800 Championship runs at 50-plus showing off his dangerous in turn batting with a googly. Soon he made his came back on national side achieving success in three Tests against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi. For England’s 2016-17 tour of Bangladesh and India he became the part of the team and is now got named for 2019 Cricket World Cup squad.
Personal LifeNo information about his marital status.
Net WorthIt is estimated to be around $1.1 million.