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Mohammad Hafeez

Age43 years (.2023)
Height5 feet 7 inches
ProfessionPakistani cricketer
Weight70 kg – 155 lbs
Birthday17 October

Parents Family

FatherHafeez Ahmad
MotherMrs. Hafeez Ahmad
Brothername yet to be uploaded
Sistername yet to be uploaded


Affairs/GirlfriendNazia Hafeez
Wife/SpouseNazia Hafeez (m. 2007)
SonsRoshaan Hafeez
DaughterEmaan Hafeez, Amal Hafeez


Real NameMohammad Hafeez
Nick NameChanda, Professor
FamousPakistani cricketer
Zodiac SignLibra
Date of Birth17 October 1980

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HometownSargodha, Punjab, Pakistan
HobbiesTraveling, Singing, playing cricket
Awards/CasteMan of the Series award

Source of money

Net worth$1 MIllion – $5 MIllion (.approx)
salary$1 MIllion (.approx)
Income$12 MIllion (.approx)
Appeared In20 August 2003 v Bangladesh
Source Source Of Income Sports Cricket

Physical fitness

Eye colorThe Color of the Eye is dark brown
Hair colorThe Color of Hair is Black
bodyThe body Complexion is slim
skin colourThe Skin Color is fair
BodyThe Body Measurement is 34-25-32 inches

Physical state

Marital Status/DateMarried
BirthplaceSargodha, Punjab, Pakistan
Height F5 feet 7 inches
Height m1.75 in meter
Height cm175 in centimeter

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EducationQualification N/A
Collegecollege name N/A
UniversityUniversity of Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan
Schoolschool name N/A
Degreename N/A


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Old cityN/A
Address citySargodha, Punjab, Pakistan


FoodFast Food
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Sportstennis, football, basketball, Golf
SongThe 70s and 80s romantic songs

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Personal Information

Mohammad Hafeez Punjabi and Urdu; محمد حفیظ; conceived on 17 October 1980 is a previous Pakistani global cricketer.

Mohammad Hafeez was a flexible batsman who could bat anyplace in the primary 6 and shaped piece of the bowling assault.

Mohammad Hafeez played as a twist bowling all-rounder for most of his profession and, alongside Saeed Ajmal and Shahid Afridi, shaped piece of one of the most mind-blowing turn assaults during the 2010s.

Mohammad Hafeez resigned from Test cricket after the third and last match against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi in December 2018, withdrawing from the ground for the last time in the white dress to an honorable watchman from his partners.

On 3 January 2022, he declared his retirement from all types of worldwide cricket, finishing a lifelong that traversed over 18 years.

He was the fourth global player to play in the Caribbean Chief Association and the principal Pakistani player to be named to be picked for the Twenty20 competition.

Mohammad Hafeez is nicknamed The professor.

The significant groups for which he played are Pakistan, Lahore, Lahore Lions, Guyana Amazon Champions, Kolkata Knight Riders, Sargodha, and Sui Gas Partnership of Pakistan.

Hafeez scored his test profession best of 224 goes against Bangladesh in 2015 at Khulna during the Dan Cake Series.

In August 2018, he was one of the 33 players to be granted a focal agreement for the 2018-19 season by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).

In December 2018, during Pakistan’s series against New Zealand, Hafeez reported that he would resign from Test cricket following the finish of the visit, to zero in on restricted overs cricket.

Hafeez said that all was good and well to resign from Test cricket and that he was regarded to address Pakistan in 55 Test matches, including captaining the side.

After a dull individual ICC 2019 World Cup crusade through a game dominating 84 batting at number 4 against Britain in the cooperative stage in 2019, he tracked down new life as a T20 expert for Pakistan and different associations across the world.

This finished in him being the main run-scorer in T20I cricket on the planet in 2020.

Hafeez has played in Bhera and was one of a few youthful all-rounders whom the Pakistani cricket crew went to rejuvenate their side after their unfortunate presentation in the 2003 World Cup where Pakistan was out from the main round.

His structure with both bat and ball was conflicting and in late 2003 he was dropped from the Test crew and in this manner from the ODI side.

Following solid homegrown exhibitions and a few predictable appearances for the Pakistan A side, he stayed on the edges of a review in 2004. Hafeez got back to the ODI side in 2005 and regardless of the unfortunate structure with the bat, his bowling exhibitions were great.

In the 2006 series held in Australia, Hafeez crushed his most memorable hundred years for Pakistan.

With Pakistan battling to find a strong opening pair for the Test side, he was reviewed for the visit through Britain.

His re-visitation of Test cricket was made at The Oval where he scored a familiar 95.

Hence, Hafeez held his spot in the Test crew for Pakistan’s home series against the West Indies in November of that year.

In the wake of getting out ahead of schedule notwithstanding great beginnings in the initial two Tests, he proceeded to score his second Test century in the third Test in Karachi.

In 2010 he was reviewed for the third ICC World Twenty20 crew.

His structure was unfortunate scoring just 39 runs and taking just 2 wickets in 6 matches.

Nonetheless, he was in this way chosen for the T20Is and the ODIs on Pakistan’s 2010 visit to Britain.

He was the second-most elevated Pakistani run-scorer in the ODI series delivering a few strong opening organizations with Kamran Akmal.

Following this great structure, he was remembered for the crew that was chosen to play South Africa in the UAE and he supplanted shamed captain Salman Butt as an initial batsman in the two Tests, accomplishing a batting normal of 32.50.

Mohammad Hafeez played in each of the 5 ODI matches winding up as the top run-scorer and he additionally beat the bowling midpoints for the series.

Toward the finish of 2010, he was likewise chosen for the party that would visit New Zealand and the West Indies and this brought about him setting up a good foundation for himself as a standard in the Test, ODI, and T20 groups.

Against India on 18 Walk 2012 in Bangladesh at Shere Bangla Public Arena, Mirpur at the 2012 Asia Cup, he scored 105 off 113 balls and was associated with a 224-run organization with Nasir Jamshed, which is the best opening association for Pakistan against India in one-day internationals.

They overshadowed Aamer Sohail and Saeed Anwar’s record of 144 runs which was made in 1996.

During this innings, Hafeez had to run a ton which towards the end was hampering him because of a leg injury.

Consequently, he acquired the epithet, the Snake of Sargodha, for his crisscross running example between the wickets.

He made his fourth ODI century in Walk 2012 against Bangladesh at Dhaka.

Mohammad Hafeez likewise made his most elevated test score of 196 against Sri Lanka in the second Test at Colombo in June 2012.

In December 2012, during the visit through the Pakistani cricket crew in India in 2012-13, he seemed to be a different and forceful batsman and scored so splendidly and energetically and assisted Pakistan with winning the main T20I and second ODI with his heroics of splendid batting and almost pursuing a mountain high objective of 191 in the second T20I.

His scores were 61 and 55 in the first and second T20I separately and scored 76 runs in the second ODI and shared an initial stand of 141 with Nasir Jamshed who likewise bowled monetarily to assist Pakistan with winning their first ODI series in Quite a while in 7 years.

In this period, he was viewed as the primary all-rounder of the Pakistan Cricket crew alongside Shahid Afridi.

Mohammad Hafeez had an extraordinary series against Sri Lanka in Dec 2013, where he scored 122 in the principal match, 140 in the third, and 113 in the fourth match.

In this way, he turned into the second batsman after Zaheer Abbas to score 3 centuries in an ODI series.

Hafeez was first chosen in the Pakistan crew for the 2015 World Cup yet was precluded 6 days before the World Cup because of a calf injury.

He was supplanted by Nasir Jamshed. For his exhibitions in 2014, he was named On the planet ODI XI by ICC.

He was additionally named in the T20I XI by Cricinfo for his exhibitions in 2013.

On 20 December 2020, he hit his vocation best T20I score of 99 off 57 balls against New Zealand in their second T20I at Hamilton.

On 31 July 2021, he bowled his most financial spell in the T20I against West Indies, offering 6 runs off his 4 overs.

Batting: Right-handed

Bowling: Right-arm off-break

National side: Pakistan (2003–2021)

Test debut (cap 173): 20 August 2003 v Bangladesh

Last Test: 3 December 2018 v New Zealand

ODI debut (cap 144): 3 April 2003 v Zimbabwe

Last ODI: 5 July 2019 v Bangladesh ODI shirt no.;8

T20I debut (cap 5): 1 September 2006 v England

Last T20I: 11 November 2021 v Australia

T20I shirt no: 8

Role: All-rounder

Mohammad Hafeez’s retirement date: 3 January 2022

Questions About Mohammad Hafeez

Is Mohammad Hafeez a bowler?

An opening batsman and handy offspin bowler, Mohammad Hafeez first played for Pakistan in 2003, but it was only in 2011 that he finally became a regular in the side in all formats.

What is the age of Mohammad Hafeez?

42 years (.2022)

Is Mohammad Hafeez retired from T20?

Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has announced his retirement from international cricket, ending a career that spanned over 18 years.

Why is Hafeez called Professor?

Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has revealed that he was nicknamed the Professor due to his inquisitive nature and understanding of cricket.

Is Hafiz a professor?

During his long career, Hafeez, profoundly known as ‘Professor,’ represented Pakistan in three 50-over World Cups, six T20 World Cups, and three ICC Champions Trophy tournaments.

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