The Sheriff of Squash: The Life and Times of Sharif Khan Legendary Squash Champion (Paperback)

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By Rob Dinerman, Karen Khan, Sharif Khan (Tribute to)
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This is a story of pride, determination, cultural divides and deeply personal "Recollections". Experience those moments and exciting reports of Khan's professional sports career, then come away knowing Sharif Khan, the man.

From 1968 to 1982, Sharif Khan won almost every major North American hardball squash tournament in the US, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America, in addition to his World No. 4 ranking and his semifinal placing in the British Open international softball tournament during this same time period. Most of Khan's records have never and probably will never be matched even as the game itself is evolving.

Born in Pakistan, raised in the simple but idyllic village of Nawakille, he was uprooted from his childhood at age 11 and sent to Millfield, a posh prep school in Somerset, UK. Sharif was on the path of the 'outlier' to become a great sports champion, feted as the eldest son of the Pakistani national sports hero Hashim Khan. But personal costs were high with separation and cultural confusion taking a toll on such a young life.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781775227403
ISBN-10: 1775227405
Publisher: Karen Khan
Publication Date: March 12th, 2018
Pages: 294
Language: English