• Nasir Iqbal clinched his first PSA title since 2015, when he won Sindh Open Squash Circuit-I 2020.
• Meraj Ltd. Sindh Open 2020 Squash Circuit-II Champion.
• Talented Nasir Iqbal added another feather in his cap by winning Malka Foods, Sindh Open 2020 Squash Event- Circuit –III title.
• Nasir Iqbal grabbed fourth PSA title in a row as he won the $1500 Sindh Open Squash Circuit-4
• One Step Diagnostic Sindh Open Squash Circuit-5 Champion.
• Winner of PSF Balochistan Squash Satellite Tournament 2020.
• Nasir claimed 7th consecutive PSA title when he won the $1000 PSF-Punjab Satellite Squash Tournament 2020.
• Nasir won 8th consecutive PSA title when he claimed the PSF-KP International Satellite Squash Tournament 2020.
• Gold medal in the individual squash category of the 2016 South Asian Games.
• Iqbal earned his first PSA M15 title at the Pakistan International Circuit.
• Nasir Iqbal clinched the title of the $25,000 President Gold Cup International Squash Tournament 2015 which moved him inside the top 40 players in the world.
• Won the Emerson Racquet Club Pro Series in January 2014.
• Nasir Iqbal grabbed the title of $10,000 Royal Lake Club Open 2012 in Malaysia.
• British Open 2007 junior under 13 Champion.
Nasir Iqbal's Profile
Pakistan National Squash Team
Nasir Iqbal from Bannu is one of the prominent squash players from Pakistan who started playing game at the age of 9 years. He is the only one from his family who is representing Pakistan on international level.
Nasir Iqbal is one of Pakistan's leading players on the PSA World Tour and joined in 2008. He reached a career-high world ranking of World No. 35 in February 2016.
Former Pakistan No 1 Nasir has completed his four-year ban, imposed by World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) for using banned substance in 2016. Now, Nasir will utilize his training experience in USA and start playing PSA tournaments. He will give best results in the upcoming tournaments and get back to top position without wasting any time.
His aims are high and he is working hard to be in the top ten players of the World. He thinks that facilities provided for squash in Pakistan is not enough to equal the international level, squash is a very hard game and it wants lots of training, fitness and practice.