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Pakistan's top tennis players have boycotted the first round of the World Tour Finals in London after the match was moved from the host country Pakistan. The news is not good for the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), which is targeting a two-week training camp for its England cricket team's tour of India in late July and August.
The two-day Asia and Oceania Group matches began in London on Wednesday at a neutral venue chosen by the International Tennis Federation (ITF), citing security concerns in the Pakistani capital Islamabad. The match was originally scheduled to take place at London's O2 Arena, home of the ATP World Tour Finals, but was moved to London.
The games were attended by Pakistani players from Sindh, Belochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Gilgit Baltistan and Beluchistan.
In the meantime, I would like to talk about an interview given by the President of the Pakistan Handball Federation (PHF). Meanwhile, Islamabad has won two of its three matches and has four points after losing to Lahore in the first round of the Pakistan-India Davis Cup tournament in Islamabad last week. The third and fourth place play-off matches between Pakistan and India at this year's World Cup are also tied. The India-Pakistan Davis Cup match is now scheduled to take place in Islamabad at the end of November.
Syed Ovais Naqvi is president of the Pakistan Handball Federation (PHF) and also founded MAP and is also the secretary general of the body. He won several titles in Malaysia and the Philippines and was also a member of Pakistan's U19 team. Syed oVAisNaqvis was also the first Pakistani to obtain an International B-License and was the winner of a number of national and international racing championships as well as an international championship.
Pakistan won a silver medal at the 2010 IHF Challenge Trophy in Dhaka and also participated in the 2008 Beach Handball World Championship. The Pakistan Baseball Federation hosted the 7th Asian Baseball Championship, with the national team winning the tournament in 2010 and 2015.
The Pakistan cricket team has not played in a bilateral series in India since January 2013 and has never coached an Indian team for a series since 2006. After months of attacks on the Sri Lankan team, Pakistan was exonerated by the International Cricket Council and no cricket teams have travelled through Pakistan since.
The last time India reached a draw in an away match against Pakistan was in 1973, when it was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The two sides met in Mumbai in 2006, where India beat Pakistan 3-2, but the Pakistan team has been led by Adam Langley and Khan since 2005. Khan remained their driver and returned to them, but not as their coach.
Bashir has represented Pakistan at a number of international sporting events and was still an active player a decade after his first victory. Pakistani female athletes have also represented Pakistan internationally, with Shabana Akhtar the first to compete in the Olympics.
Sana Mahmud is a versatile athlete and captain of the Pakistan national basketball team and captain of the football team. Sana Mir has won a number of games for Pakistan and was a turning point for the sport in general. He has finished Pakistan as runner - at the World Cup, Asian Games and Olympic Games. Pakistan has won international cricket events, including the ICC Champions Trophy, ICC World Twenty20 and ICC ODI World Cups.
Taimur Hussain is Pakistan's most successful golfer, having won the Myanmar Open in 1998, becoming the first Pakistani to win on the Asian Tour. Shahid Afridi holds the record for the most wins in the history of Pakistan's national cricket team.
Islamabad is the only city in Pakistan to score ten out of ten in terms of robust infrastructure and beautiful surroundings. The capital, which has been home to the Pakistan cricket team and the Pakistan Cricket Board for nearly two decades, has a number of highly acclaimed cricket academies. It is a trend of sports institutions to organise sports competitions and events in order to significantly strengthen the confidence of players.
At national level, the PCKF is recognised as the Pakistan Sports Board and is linked to the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the World Cricket League (WCL) at international level. Golf in Pakistan is operated by the Pakistan Golf Federation (PGF), and Pakistan qualified for the 2010 Golf World Cup when it reached the 22nd of 28 qualified teams. The sport is organised by the Pakistan Polo Association (PPA) in collaboration with the Pakistan Polo Association and the National Polo Academy (NPA). The national team competed in the World Polo Championships in 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.
International test and one-day matches are held regularly, and they regularly participate in national and international cycling tournaments, as well as international events such as the World Cycling Championships.