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Pakistans top tennis player Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi, who is a part of the countrys contingent scheduled to leave for India on Sept 29, has said the competition in the upcoming Commonwealth Games (CWG) in New Delhi will be tough.


Lahore, Sep 24 : Pakistan's top tennis player Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi, who is a part of the country's contingent scheduled to leave for India on Sept 29, has said the competition in the upcoming Commonwealth Games (CWG) in New Delhi will be tough.

Talking to reporters at the Bagh-i-Jinnah courts, where the short training-camp for the CWG has begun, Aisam pointed out that while his pair with Aqeel Khan would be unseeded at the event, they were set to face top players from Australia and New Zealand, who played on the international circuit throughout the year, the Dawn reported.

Noting that he and Aqeel had a very good mutual understanding, he said, "We have played around 18 Davis Cup doubles together."

Aisam, who recently earned the biggest achievement of his 15-year-long career by reaching the finals of the US Open's men's and mixed doubles, revealed that he had a hectic schedule in the coming days, as he would be playing at the Shanghai Open, the Paris Open, the Master Open and the Australian Open.

His recently improved doubles' ranking at six found him a place in the Master Open in London for the first time, where only the top-eight players are elegible to participate, Aisam said.

"I will try my best to maintain my doubles' ranking or improve it," he added.

ANI

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