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Pakistan Won World Junior Squash Championship After 37 years

Pakistan wins World Junior Squash Championship after nearly 40 years.

Hamza Khan, a budding squash star from Pakistan, staged an incredible comeback to overcome Egypt’s Mohamed Zakaria and win the World Junior Championship in Melbourne on Sunday, marking his victorious return to the international squash arena.

In the world junior squash championship, Hamza Khan defeated Zakaria in the title match with a score of 3-1 (10-12, 14-12, 11-3, 11-6) after a difficult and exciting final set.

Jansher Khan, who accomplished the accomplishment 37 years ago in 1986, was the last Pakistani athlete to hoist this illustrious trophy.

Hamza and Zakaria’s final matchup was a thrilling event, especially the opening two games, which both required tiebreakers.

In spite of Zakaria establishing an early lead in the second game with a score of 12-10 after 26 minutes, Hamza showed tenacity and skill by denying Zakaria two vital game points and ultimately tying the game with a 14-12 victory.

The next two games, however, told a completely different tale, with Hamza controlling the court.

In just 6 minutes, he decisively won the third game with a score of 11-3. He then maintained his momentum to win the fourth game with a score of 11-6, securing the championship with a decisive 3-1 victory.

Hamza and Zakaria’s final matchup was a thrilling event, especially the opening two games, which both required tiebreakers.

In spite of Zakaria establishing an early lead in the second game with a score of 12-10 after 26 minutes, Hamza showed tenacity and skill by denying Zakaria two vital game points and ultimately tying the game with a 14-12 victory.

The next two games, however, told a completely different tale, with Hamza controlling the court. In just 6 minutes, he decisively won the third game with a score of 11-3.

He then maintained his momentum to win the fourth game with a score of 11-6, securing the championship with a decisive 3-1 victory.

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