32 Hassan Ali

Hassan Ali

Hassan Ali was born on July 2, 1994, in Punjab, Pakistan’s Mandi Bahauddin. Since 2016, Pakistani cricketer Hasan Ali has competed in all three game forms.  He is a valuable right-hand hitter lower in the order and a dominant right-arm medium-fast bowler.

On October 18, 2017, against Sri Lanka, he took his 50th ODI wicket, making him the fifth-fastest bowler overall and the fastest player from Pakistan to do so. He took 50 wickets in ODIs for Pakistan, the quickest of any bowler. In August, Hassan was only retained for the central contracts from the PCB for the 2018-19 season.

Hassan Ali Bio

Full NameHassan Ali
Nick NameHassan
Birthplace Mandi Bahauddin
BirthdateJuly 2, 1994
Age29 Years
Home TownMandi Bahauddin
Playing RoleBowler
Batting StyleRight Handed
Teams For PlayedPakistan, Peshawar Zalmi, Sialkot Stallions, Lahore Qalandars, Islamabad United Pakistan A, Amsterdam Knights, Comilla Victorians, Lancashire, Punjabi Legends, St Kitts, & Nevis Patriots, Lahore Blues
BowlingRight-arm medium-fast

Physical Measurements

Height170 cm
Weight68 kg
Chest40 Inches
Waist32 Inches
Biceps15 Inches
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBrown

Hassan Ali’s Net Worth

Salary2-5 Million
Net worth10 million USD

Hassan Ali Family

Father NameAziz Ahmed
Mother NameN/A
Marital Status Married
Marriage Date 20 August 2019 (Tuesday)
Marriage Place Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai
Wife NameShamia Arzoo
Children1 Daughter
Child NameHelena Hasan Ali
Helena Hasan Ali’s Birthday6 April 2021


International Career

Ali was added to Pakistan’s One Day International (ODI) team in August 2016 in preparation for their series against England and Ireland. On August 18, 2016, he played in his first ODI for Pakistan against Ireland. He debuted for Pakistan in a Twenty20 match against England on September 7, 2016.

Favorite Things

HobbiesListening to music
Actor Jake Weary
Actress Alex Borstein


  • In the 2016 National One-Day Cup’s seven games, he had a 17.05. average with 17 wickets.
  • Ali’s first five-wicket haul in a One Day International was against Australia in January 2017. Throughout his 10 overs, he gave up 54 runs.
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