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Bombs and backhands: The life of a Pakistani tennis player

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Defying the Wedding Bells

In about a month’s time with, hopefully, a Master’s degree in hand, I’ll be embarking on a 28-hour long journey back home to my beloved Pakistan. I’m anxious and that’s not just because of the 28 hours of airplane and airport … Continue reading

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The Fed Cup Experience

Pakistan’s Fed Cup team went to freezing cold Astana earlier this year to take part in the Asia/Oceania Zone, Group II competition. It was the team’s third straight appearance in Fed Cup, after a long lapse of 11 years. I’ve … Continue reading

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Jahangir Khan the GOAT

Legend. We’ve come across this word countless times in sports. What defines a sporting legend? What is that pinnacle point of an athlete’s career which qualifies him/her to be called one? We’ve seen Muhammad Ali in boxing, Rod Laver in … Continue reading

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