Pakistan top squash player Nasir Iqbal, who is also world number 35, pleaded his innocence and termed doping allegations against him as completely baseless and vows to fight to clear his name
- Squash: Nasir vows to get his name cleared from doping
- Squash: Rise in price of equipment discouraging squash players
- Squash: PSF launches Legends vs Champions series in bid to revive squash
- Squash: Tayyab, Farhan crash out in first round of Wimbledon Squash Open
- Squash: Wrestling, squash trials start
- Squash: Doping allegations: Confusion as Iqbal tests positive and negative
- Squash: Legends vs Champions squash series set to be launched on 17th
- Squash: Mega WSA squash event to be held next year
- Squash: Injured Nasir may miss Allam British Open
- Squash: Pakistan-Egypt squash series next month
A sharp increase in the prices of racquets, shoes and balls in recent months is discouraging squash players of the country from continuing with the sport.
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Tayyab Aslam and Farhan Zaman suffered first round exit in the $25,000 Wimbledon Club Squash Open
The wrestling and squash trials for the selection of Punjab teams to participate in the Quaid-i-Azam Inter-Provincial Youth Games
Pakistan’s highest-ranked squash player Nasir Iqbal is currently embroiled in an awkward situation after one of his samples tested positive for doping while the other tested negative.
The Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) will be launching a high-profile ‘Legends vs Champions’ series on Thursday (March 17) which will be featuring matches between Pakistan and Egyptian players in the city next month.
Sitwat Babar announced to hold mega WSA squash event next year at Bahria Town, in which elite female players will exhibit their prowess and get a golden opportunity to earn mega prize money.
Pakistan’s top ranked squash player Nasir Iqbal is likely to skip Allam British Open 2016 as he is carrying an injury for the past few months.
World No 4 Omar Mossad and four of his team-mates will be seen in action in the Pakistan-Egypt Invitational Squash Series in Karachi on April 6-7.
Squash, Lower Dir
- Nasir vows to get his name cleared from doping
- Rise in price of equipment discouraging squash players
- PSF launches Legends vs Champions series in bid to revive squash
- Tayyab, Farhan crash out in first round of Wimbledon Squash Open
- Wrestling, squash trials start
- Doping allegations: Confusion as Iqbal tests positive and negative
- Legends vs Champions squash series set to be launched on 17th
- Mega WSA squash event to be held next year
- Injured Nasir may miss Allam British Open
- Pakistan-Egypt squash series next month
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