Zubair Jahan Khan

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Zubair Jahan Khan Squash player
Nationality: PakistanPakistan Pakistan
Birthday: October 10, 1972
1st professional season: 1991
Resignation: 2002
Career title: 3
Career finals: 8th
Best placement: 9 (May 1997)
Sources: official player profiles at PSA and Squashinfo (see web links )

Zubair Jahan Khan (born October 10, 1972 in Karachi ) is a former Pakistani squash player .


Zubair Jahan Khan was active as a squash player between 1991 and 2002 and in May 1997 he reached ninth place, his highest place in the world rankings. As a result, he also qualified for the PSA Super Series Finals that year . With the Pakistani national team he took part in the World Cup in 1995 and 1997 . In 1995 he became vice world champion. A total of four times he was in the main field of the individual world championships. His best performance was reaching the quarterfinals in 1996 , in which he was defeated by Rodney Eyles . At the Asian Championships in 1992 he was in the final of the individual and team competition. He lost the singles to Abdul Faheem Khan while remaining victorious with the team.

His nephew Shahjahan Khan is also active as a squash player. His brothers Hiddy Jahan and Zarak Jahan Khan were also successful squash players.


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