IC Council News

July 2022
Khawaja Said Hai Obituary

Khawaja Said Hai Obituary

IC of Pakistan is sad to inform you that Khawaja Said Hai, President of IC Pakistan passed away at the age 91.
A former Pakistan number 1 in tennis, he was the leading light and first Sports Icon of the country, and he was the founder President of the IC of Pakistan.

He featured in the main draw of Wimbledon 1955 and 1956 reaching the 2nd round of the French Open and also played in the US open. He played Davies Cup and captained Pakistan’s Davies Club team 32 times.

We are very sorry to loose him and we share the pain of the Hai family.

Nassim Ahmad
IC Pakistan
Secretary

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