Monika Malik Age, Family, Biography

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Religion: Hinduism
Hometown: Sonipat, Haryana
Age: 30 Years

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ProfessionField Hockey Player
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)5' 4" (163 cm)
Weight (approx.)51 kg (112 lbs)
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Field Hockey
International DebutJunior- Junior Asia Cup (2012) in Bangkok, Thailand
Senior- Asian Champions Trophy (2013) in Kakamigahara, Japan
Jersey Number#4 (India)
Domestic/State Team• Railways Sports Promotion Board
• Central Railways
CoachRajendra Singh
• All India Inter University Hockey Championship (2013)
• All India Inter University Hockey Championship (2014)
• Women's Hockey Asian Champions Trophy in Singapore (2016)
• Women's Hockey Asia Cup in Gifu (2017)
• FIH Nations Cup in Spain (2022)
• Women's Asian Champions Trophy in Ranchi (2023)
• 6th Junior Asia Cup in Bangkok (2012)
• Women's Asian Champions Trophy in Kakamigahara (2013)
• 4th Senior National Games in Bhopal (2014)
• Women's Asian Champions Trophy in Donghae (2018)
• Asian Games in Jakarta (2018)
• All India Inter University Hockey Championship (2012)
• Junior World Cup in Mönchengladbach (2013)
• Asian Games in Incheon (2014)
• Asian Games in Hangzhou (2022)
• Commonwealth Games in Birmingham (2022)
• 19th Asian Games (2023)
AwardArjuna Award (2021)
Monika Malik receiving Arjuna Award
Personal Life
Date of Birth5 November 1993 (Friday)
Age (as of 2023)30 Years
BirthplaceGohana, Sonipat, Haryana
Zodiac signScorpio
HometownSonipat, Haryana
School PM Shri Govt. Girls Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 18-C, Chandigarh
College/UniversityKurukshetra University, Haryana
Education QualificationGraduate
Relationships & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
ParentsFather- Takdeer Singh Malik (ASI in Chandigarah police)
Mother- Kamla Devi
Monika Malik with her parents
SiblingsBrother(s)- 2
• Ashish Malik
Monika Malik's brother Ashish Malik
• Akshay Malik
Monika Malik's brother Akshay

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Monika Malik

  • Monika started playing hockey while studying in 8th class.
  • Her father wanted her to play wrestling but later agreed with Monika to let her play hockey.
  • She started playing hockey at Government School, Sector 44, before she joined the Chandigarh Hockey Academy (CHA) in Chandigarh.
  • In 2018, she was part of the Commonwealth Games, where team India secured the fourth position.
  • In 2020, she was selected for the Tokyo Olympics, where team India secured fourth position.
  • As of 2024, she works as a Chief Ticket Inspector in the Indian Railways.