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The Best Tennis Players from Pakistan

List of Pakistan's best tennis players, listed by popularity with photos of the players when available. Pakistan has produced some extremely talented tennis players over the years including both men and women. These are some of the most talented Pakistani tennis players, so if you are a native of Pakistan and aspire to play tennis professionally then these guys should be your role models. If you are looking for a particular popular tennis player from Pakistan then you can use the "search" box to find what you are looking.
1. Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi
Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi (Urdu: اعسام الحق قريشی‎; born 17 March 1980) is a Pakistani professional tennis player. He is currently the top player of Pakistan. Top-10 doubles player, her highest singles ranking is no. 125. He is the only Pakistani tennis player to reach the final of a Grand Slam, which he competed in both mixed doubles (partnering with Quetta Peschke) and men's doubles (partnering with Rohan Bopanna) at the 2010 US Open. As Pakistan's No. 1, Qureshi has traditionally led Pakistan's Davis Cup campaigns. After shocking New Zealand in the 2004 Asia/Oceania Zone Group I second round play-offs, avoiding relegation, he took them to the World Group play-offs for the first time ...more
Place of Birth: Lahore, Pakistan
Nationality: Pakistan
Ear Turned Pro: 1998
2. Aqeel Khan

Aqeel Khan (born 30 January 1980 in Karachi) is the current Pakistani number two and national champion in tennis. Their preferred surface is grass. He is coached by Pakistani tennis coach Jameel Khan, who is his father. Akil Khan is sponsored by Jaffer Brothers (Jaffer Group of Companies).
Place of Birth: Karachi, Pakistan
Nationality: Pakistan
Ear Turned Pro: 1998
3. Haroon Rahim
Haroon Rahim, (born 12 November 1949) is a Pakistani former tennis player. Former Pakistan and Asian No. 1, Rahim was the youngest tennis player to play for Pakistan in Davis Cup at the age of 15. He was also the highest-ranked Pakistani tennis player ever (career-high singles ranking of World No. 44 in July 1977). He led the UCLA team to victory in 1970–71 with Jeff Borowiak and Jimmy Connors and was the 1971 NCAA doubles champion with Jeff Borowiak. He hailed from the Punjab city of Lahore, from a large family of avid tennis players. Her father, Mir Abdur Rahim, was a civil servant who encouraged his children, sons and daughters, to play tennis. His father loved tennis very much ...more
Place of Birth: Lahore, Pakistan
Nationality: Pakistan
Year Turned Pro: 1968
4. Ahmed-Hasan Khokhar

Ahmed-Hasan Khokhar (born in British India) is a former Pakistani tennis player.
Place of Birth: British Raj
Nationality: Pakistan
5. Munawar Iqbal
Munawar Iqbal (born February 27, 1948 in Lahore), former Pakistan No. 3, was 16 when he first played for Pakistan in the 1964 Davis Cup. He made it to the second round in Beckenham, United Kingdom. In his first ATP tournament in 1968. Then in 1973, at Bournemouth in the United Kingdom, he was knocked out in the first round. Later in Newport, he reached the second round, before being defeated 4–6, 7–9 by Briton David Lloyd. In 1974, he played his final ATP tournament in Manchester, losing in the first round.
Place of Birth: Lahore, Pakistan
Nationality: Pakistan
6. Khwaja Saeed Hai

Khawaja Saeed Hai (born 5 March 1930 in British India) is a former Pakistan No. 1 tennis player, and the first Pakistani tennis player to reach the main draw of a Grand Slam via qualifying matches. He competed in the main draw of the Wimbledon Championships in 1955 and 1956, and reached the second round of the French Open. He also played in the US Open in 1964 and played in the Davis Cup for Pakistan. He studied at Aligarh Muslim University where he honed his skills. At Wimbledon, he played men's singles, men's doubles and mixed doubles. Apart from playing in Davis Cup, he has captained Pakistan's Davis Cup team 32 times, a record not achieved by any other captain ...more
Place of Birth: India
Nationality: Pakistan
Year Turned Pro: 1953
7. Sayeed Mir

Saeed Mir, (born 25 November 1947, in Meerut), Pakistan's former No. 2 tennis player, had a successful Davis Cup career with a 26–14 win–loss record. In 1973, he made it to the second round in Newport, United Kingdom, he also went on to play in Seattle and Fort Worth in the United States. The following year, he played in Louisville, US. In 1976, Said Mir played in Tehran. His final ATP tournament was in 1980 in Perth, Australia, with a first round exit.
Place of Birth: Meerut, India
Nationality: Pakistan
8. Mehmood Alam
Mahmood Alam (born in British India) is a former tennis player from Pakistan, who represented the country in the Davis Cup and also played at Wimbledon. Place of Birth: British Raj
Nationality: Pakistan

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