Pakistani Player Farooqui Approaches Khan's Record of 10 Successes in Squash
from our correspondent

November 19, 2020

Pakistani squash player Sadi Farooqui who dwells in South Africa won his 10th Waterfall Squash League title in 2020 having won 5 sequential titles before that year -- a comparable accomplishment accomplished by Jahangir Khan, the squash legend from Pakistan.

Sadi has been a functioning contender of Squash since emigrating to South Africa at 9 years of age.

Since he was acquainted with the incredible Squash player Jahangir Khan, he generally longed for one day satisfying his squash long for turning into an “A” list player.

This fantasy was never accomplished in light of the fact that he began playing this game at the point when South Africa was restricted from any worldwide rivalry and Squash around then was a game overwhelmed by little clubs in metropolitan urban communities with least assets to advance any ability.

Be that as it may, he was chosen to play league squash and began winning titles at his domain squash club called "Waterfall Squash League" which is held twice consistently since 2010.

Despite the fact that this accomplishment doesn't come close to the global standard which the Khans of Pakistan were contending, his determination and regardless of the knee injury he proceeded to accomplish a record by winning multiple times at the local squash league.

This accomplishment makes him one of the barely any players from Pakistan contending at a beginner level to rise to Jahangir Khan's record of 10 British Open successes. The most number of wins by any Pakistani player is 10.

"I'm pleased and appreciative to Almighty Allah to have accomplished this record which I was never mindful would one day be contrasted with a legend like Jahangir Khan's record.

My family, companions and particularly the neighbors in the home upheld me a ton that gave me a parcel of inspiration to proceed contending after the knee medical procedure."

On his plans of going past Jahangir Khan's record of 10 successes in British open he said "I anticipate succeeding at least two more class titles yet certainly it ought not be contrasted with his record. What he has accomplished as a squash player no player can get to that level."