Nasrullah khan

Nasrullah Khan was a Pakistani squash player. In 1966, he became coach to Ireland’s Jonah Barrington, along with Azam Khan as Barring ton’s tactical advisor,[1] helping Barrington to win his first of six British Open titles between 1967 and 1973. He also coached Angela Smith, the GB and England world star who became a legend herself in the ladies game ensuring that the sport was professional for women.

He is the brother of Roshan Khan, cousin of Hashim Khan and Azam Khan and uncle of Jahangir Khan and Torsam Khan. His son Rehmat Khan is also a squash player, who married to Salma Agha. His grand-daughter Natasha Khan (better known by the pseudonym “Bat For Lashes”) is a singer and Sashaa Agha is an actress and singer

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