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Farhan Zaman
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Pakistan

World Ranking:
76
World Series Ranking:
43
Birthplace:
Peshawar, Pakistan
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Farhan Zaman Profile
Date of Birth 9th March, 1993
Height (cm) 168
Weight (kg) 62
Residence Peshawar, Pakistan
Interests Squash

Farhan Zaman is an experienced member of the PSA World Tour having made his debut as far back in 2008.
He lifted his first PSA World Tour title at the Milad Open in 2011 and then reached three successive finals at the turn of the year but lost out in all of them.
Zaman made amends though in 2013 with victories at the CAS International Squash Championship and the Chicago Open coming within the space of two months.
The Pakistani No.4 moved into the world's top 60 in June 2014 and reached the semi-final of the FMC International Pakistan in April 2015 before losing to eventual winner Nasir Iqbal.
Zaman ended a two-year title drought at the Any Presence Open six months later, prevailing over Abdulla Mohd Al Tamimi in the final.
Zaman lifted his next title at the 6th Parco Roshan Khan Open where he came through a gruelling five-game encounter against Tayyab Aslam to lift the title to secure victory. Later on in the year finished runner-up to Farhan Mehboob in the final of the Serena Hotels CAS International Squash Championship.
These high tournament finishes led to Zaman breaking into the world’s top 50 for the first time in his career at the end of 2016.

Results

WSF Men's World Team Championship 2017 30 Nov - 03 Dec Event

Qatar Classic 2017 27 - 28 Oct World Series Event

Life Time Chicago Open 2017 19 - 22 Oct M25 Event

Performance Auto Group White Oaks Court Classic 2017 11 - 14 Oct M10 Event

SOAP Engineering Texas Open Championships 2017 28 Sep - 01 Oct M10 Event

Nash Cup 2017 20 - 23 Sep M15 Event

HKFC International 2017 06 - 09 Sep M25 Event

Costa Rica Open 2017 31 May - 03 Jun M15 Event

Sporta Guatemala X Torneo Internacional PSA Sporta 2017 22 - 23 May M50 Event

Madison Open 2017 20 - 23 Apr M10 Event

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