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Height 176cm

Weight 69kg

Birthplace Peshawar, Pakistan

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Farhan Mehboob

DOB 23 October 1988

CountryPakistan

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Flag (eg)Y. Ibrahim

13th CNS International Squash Championship 2018 - Karachi, Pakistan

10 DEC      Final

  • 0-3
  • 7-11
  • 10-12
  • 8-11

Flag (pk)A. Khan

13th CNS International Squash Championship 2018 - Karachi, Pakistan

9 DEC      Semi final

  • 3-1
  • 12-10
  • 11-5
  • 8-11
  • 11-8

Flag (hk)T. Lau

13th CNS International Squash Championship 2018 - Karachi, Pakistan

8 DEC      Quarter final

  • 3-1
  • 11-2
  • 9-11
  • 11-3
  • 11-4

Flag (hk)H. Leung

13th CNS International Squash Championship 2018 - Karachi, Pakistan

7 DEC      Round 2

  • 3-0
  • 11-6
  • 11-9
  • 11-7

Flag (pk)T. Aslam

DHA Cup International Squash Championship 2018 - Karachi, Pakistan

22 NOV      Quarter final

  • 1-3
  • 13-11
  • 9-11
  • 5-11
  • 6-11

Flag (pk)A. Ayaz

DHA Cup International Squash Championship 2018 - Karachi, Pakistan

21 NOV      Round 2

  • 3-0
  • 11-8
  • 11-9
  • 8-5

Flag (my)I. Yuen

Faletti's Hotel International Men and Women Squash Championship 2018 - Lahore, Pakistan

15 OCT      Quarter final

  • 0-2
  • 4-11
  • 2-11

Flag (hk)C. Wong

Faletti's Hotel International Men and Women Squash Championship 2018 - Lahore, Pakistan

14 OCT      Round 2

  • 3-2
  • 11-6
  • 14-16
  • 11-5
  • 4-11
  • 11-9

Flag (eg)Y. Soliman

FMC International Men Squash Championship 2018 - Lahore, Pakistan

11 OCT      Semi final

  • 1-3
  • 10-12
  • 11-9
  • 9-11
  • 3-11

Player BIO

Farhan Mehboob Profile
Date of Birth 23rd October, 1988
Height (cm) 176
Weight (kg) 69
Residence Peshawar, Pakistan
Coach Jamshed Gul, Mehboob Khan
Interests Squash

Farhan Mehboob is the latest Pakistani to rise through the ranks - raising his country's hopes that this new generation of players, which includes his cousin Aamir Atlas Khan, can rekindle the successes achieved by the pair's legendary uncle Jansher Khan and a long line of Pakistani greats before him.
Coached by his father Mehboob Khan, Jansher Khan's brother-in-law, Farhan first came to international attention when he won the British Junior U15 Open title in January 2002.
A little more than a year later, the left-hander clinched the Asian Junior U19 Championship crown, when just 14 years old!
Four years later, Farhan reclaimed the Asian Junior title, and later in 2007 - while still a junior - he reached his first PSA Tour final, in Karachi. Seeded seven, Farhan made his breakthrough in the quarter-finals of the CNS International where be beat third-seeded younger cousin Aamir Atlas Khan for the first time. After despatching experience compatriot Mansoor Zaman, the No2 seed in the semis, Farhan bravely bowed out to Egyptian favourite Karim Darwish in the final.
Just outside the world Top 50 at the beginning of 2008, Farhan enjoyed a meteoric rise over the year - which was kicked off in May when he clinched his first Tour title at the President PSF International in Abbottabad.
Farhan doubled his Tour title count six months later when - again on home soil - he took the CNS International crown in Karachi, beating Aamir 7-11, 11-8, 7-11, 11-6, 11-7 in the final.
The 20-year-old celebrated his fifth appearance in a PSA final in November in his country's most prestigious event, the Pakistan Open - but this time went down in four games to cousin Aamir.
By the end of 2008, Farhan had soared 32 places in the PSA world rankings to finish the year in the top 20 for the first time.
And after a 2009 campaign which included quarter-final berths in the KL Open and the Hurghada International in Egypt, Farhan recorded a career-high world No16 ranking in May.
Mehboob continued his strong form in 2010 as he lifted the Jena Real Estate Squash Champs after beating Abdullah Al Muzayen over four games.
The Pakistani then backed this up with a final appearance at the PSF CAA Pakistan International Squash Circuit in 2010 but was unable to find a victory in his home nation as he lost out to fellow countryman Aamir Atlas Khan.
2011 brought another title for Mehboob when he lifted the CAS International title after beating Mansoor Zaman in the final.
Mehboob was unable to discover form in 2012 and consequently saw him slip out of the world’s top 100 for the first time since 2006, however he did break back into the top 100 in 2014.
Mehboob overcame his young brother, Waqar in the final of the 4th FMC International Men’s Squash Championship in 2016 to lift a sixth PSA World Tour title of his career.
Later on in the year, he also went onto lift the PSA M25 title at the Serena Hotels CAS International Squash Championship beating Farhan Zaman.
The next year, Mehboob continued his title winning exploits when he stormed to victory in the final of the President Gold Cup International Squash Tournament in 2017, defeating Leo Au to lift his eighth PSA World Tour title.

Results

13th CNS International Squash Championship 2018 06 - 10 Dec PSA Challenger Tour 20 Event

DHA Cup International Squash Championship 2018 20 - 24 Nov PSA Challenger Tour 20 Event

Faletti's Hotel International Men and Women Squash Championship 2018 13 - 17 Oct PSA Challenger Tour 20 Event

FMC International Men Squash Championship 2018 08 - 12 Oct PSA Challenger Tour 20 Event

Pakistan Chief of the Air Staff International Men's 2018 10 - 14 Sep PSA Challenger Tour 30 Event

Jubilee Insurance Company Ltd. Pakistan Squash Championships Circuit III 2018 08 - 11 Jul M10 Event

SNGPL Pakistan International Squash Circuit II Men's & Women's 2018 27 - 30 Jun M10 Event

PSF Pakistan Squash Circuit I 2018 10 - 13 May M10 Event

Pakistan Open Men's Squash Championships 2017 19 - 23 Dec M50 Event

Qatar Classic 2017 27 - 28 Oct World Series Event

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Head To Head Results

Career Wins / Losses

63.5Win Ratio

Won 158

Lost 91

Retired 9

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Farhan Mehboob Statistics
Years 15
Total Tournaments Played 102
Total Matches Played 249
Matches Won 158
Matches Lost 91
Finals 16
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