Qa­mar Zaman sees re­vival of squash

Pakistan Observer - - SPORTS -

ISLAMABAD—Pak­istan Squash Fed­er­a­tion (PSF) vice-pres­i­dent Qa­mar Zaman Mon­day while prais­ing the play­ers on re­tain­ing the Asian Teams’ Squash Cham­pi­onship ti­tle said this is a sign of re­vival of the game in the coun­try.

Pak­istan thumped Hong Kong 2-0 in an out­door venue in Chi­nese Taipei on Sun­day and clinched the Asian Squash Team Cham­pi­onship ti­tle. Talk­ing to APP, Qa­mar said the play­ers per­formed out­stand­ingly well in the mega event.

“I hope that the play­ers would show the same type of per­for­mances in the events to come,” he said.

He said the play­ers’ vic­tory is a sym­bol that the re­vival of squash is not far. “Our play­ers are play­ing very well at the Asian level but they need to show the same type of spirit and hard work when it comes to par­tic­i­pate in the World level tour­na­ments,” he said.

He also praised the PSF Pres­i­dent Air Chief Mar­shal So­hail Aman for his all-out hard work in pro­mot­ing the game in the coun­try.—APP

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