Jahangir Khan (Pakistan)

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Birthdate: 10 December 1963 (age: 50)
Residence: Karachi
Plays: Right-handed
Highest WR: 1 (January 1982)
Retired: 1993
Biography
Widely felt to be the greatest player in the history of the sport, Jahangir burst onto the international scene as a 15-year-old in 1979 when he became the youngest-ever winner of the World Amateur Individual Championship. In November 1981, he became the youngest World Open champion of all-time at 17, beating Australian favourite Geoff Hunt in the final - and went on to establish a remarkable 555-match unbeaten run over five and a half years (from April 81 until Nov 86), winning six World Open and a record 10 British Open titles. A former Chairman of the Professional Squash Association, Jahangir retired from the sport in 1993 after helping Pakistan to win the World Team Championship in his home town Karachi. First elected Vice-President of the World Squash Federation in November 1998, Jahangir was President from 2002-2008. One of the greatest sportsmen Pakistan has ever produced, Jahangir was nominated as 'Sportsman of the Millennium' by the Government of Pakistan
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Date Seeding Event Ctry Tour Round Reached
1980-1993 100 events View full historical event history by creating a premium account!
Match Summary
Date Opponent W/L Event Ctry Rnd Score PSA
1980-1993 179 matches View full historical match history by creating a premium account!