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Jehan Mubarak was born on 10 January, 1981 in Washington, D.C., United States. At 39 years old, Jehan Mubarak height is 6 ft 2 in (188.0 cm).

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Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 10 January 1981
Birthday 10 January
Birthplace Washington, D.C., United States
Nationality United States

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After 7 years of scarcity in international arena, he was included to the Test side of the team during Pakistan tour of 2015, and now acting as a middle-order batsman in the team, but did not show great success in his innings and dropped from the squad.

In 2015, he is slated for a test recall for his fielding abilities by Jonty Rhodes due to his long reach. Mubarak played his first test after 8 years due to back to back thousand runs in domestic seasons. He played third test in Pakistan series for Sangakkara's place and made good contribution in batting with skipper Angelo Mathews in the second innings. But, Sri Lanka couldn't win the match and lost it by 6 wickets.


Mubarak was involved in an accident on 22 April 2012 while driving back from Wilpattu National Park; he was arrested and later acquitted as the result of a head-on collision which killed a motorcyclist.


Many commentators remarked that he had previously been treated unfairly and never given an extended run in the Sri Lankan team, and this along with the enormous burden placed on him in his youth was the main reason behind his lack of consistency. Cricket loving public feels he has been given more opportunities than others as he is from the same school as the Chief selector Asantha De Mel. Asantha De Mel was replaced by Aravinda De Silva in 2010.


In July 2009, Mubarak was selected to captain the Sri Lanka Board XI against India.

In August 2009, he scored 160 for Sri Lanka A against Pakistan A and in September 2009 he captained and guided Sri Lankan domestic champions Wayamba to the Champions League in India.

In May 2009 Mubarak was selected as one of the overseas players of Brothers Union Chittagong for their campaign in the Habib Group Port City Cricket League (PCL) tournament being held in Chittagong, Bangladesh between 2 and 10 May 2009.


In September 2008 Mubarak performed well all-round against Hong-Kong playing for the Sri Lankan Development XI.


In August 2007 he was rushed into the Sri Lankan Twenty20 squad following the departures of Marvan Atapattu and Russel Arnold, following man-of-the-match performances against Bangladesh. He performed admirably during this tournament which included a 13-ball 46 against Kenya, where the team recorded highest ever twenty20 international team total by posting 260/6, which stood for 9 years until Australia beat the record.

In September 2007 Mubarak subsequently re-called back into the ODI squad and Sri Lankan Test team against England.

Jehan Mubarak has the highest ever strike rate (353.84) in a T20I match for Sri Lanka, set when he made 46 not out off 13 balls against Kenya in the 2007 World T20.


Mubarak started his sporting career as a swimmer and then became a cricketer. He swam for Royal College and competed at National Level swimming competitions by representing his alma-mater. Mubarak specialized in short distance swimming and won the national championship in 50 meter butterfly stroke. In 2006–2007 Jehan swam for Sri Lanka National Swimming meet and after finishing his semi-final heat he opt out from final event to participate in Sri Lanka national cricket team practice. Mubarak also led the Royal College Water Polo team during his time at Royal College.

In February 2006, he was fined after showing dissent towards an umpire in an ODI against Bangladesh


In June 2005 however, three years after his debut he had failed to live up to initial expectations and was looked over for selection and has been given limited opportunities since.


In July 2002 he made his Test debut against Bangladesh, and in November 2002 he made his ODI debut against South Africa and participated in the 2003 World Cup hosted by South Africa.


Jehan Mubarak (Tamil: ஜெகன் முபாரக் ; born 10 January 1981) is an American-born professional Sri Lankan cricketer, who plays all formats of the game. He is a left-handed batsman and a right-arm offbreak bowler.