PAF Hashim Khan Squash Complex Peshawar
The PAF Squash complex is named as PAF Hashim Khan Squash Complex Peshawar for one of the great squash players of all times, Hashim Khan who died of heart failure after protracted illness in the US at the age of 100. Hashim Khan won the British Open title seven times consecutively from 1951 to 1958.
He also won five British Professional Championship titles, three US Open titles, and three Canadian Open titles in his illustrious career.
The objective of the squash complex is like other academies of the world is to train and coach players at grassroots level so that to enable Pakistan to achieve the lost glory.
Squash wizard and legendry Jansher Khan along with Qamar Zaman and Group Captain Asghar Awar formally inaugurated the renovated and revamped PAF Hashim Khan Squash Complex on April 5, 2016.
PAF Squash Academy started its work under the nominated coaches. For the revamping of PAF Squash Academy initially front walls with UK and German materials have been used to bring the courts in its original shape. Overall the revamping cost Rs. 10 million.
In the second phase renewal of imported maple wood flooring of squash courts have been approved by the PSF chief Sohail Aman. For this purpose, Asghar Awan disclosed that wooden flooring cost Rs. 7.5 Million. Jansher Khan also appreciated the work being looked after by Group Captain Asghar Awan well.
Players enjoy here better facilities and support than players from rest of the world. The PAF Hashim Khan Squash Complex provides talented players those are working hard to regain our status within a few years.
Address: Near PTV Station Peshawar Peshawar, Pakistan