PSA Lifts Ban on International Squash Events in Pakistan

PSA Lifts Ban on International Squash Events in Pakistan

KARACHI: The Professional Squash Association (PSA) on Tuesday lifted the boycott it forced on Pakistan’s facilitating of worldwide occasions.

A governing authority of Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) told Media that separated from lifting the boycott it forced in February this year, the the World body has additionally handed over Pakistan some high-prized events, including a $50,000 title.

“One of the features of this choice by the PSA is that it apportioned Pakistan one PSA-50 ($50,000) occasion. We will hold this title in December this year,” he said.

What Persuade Them

He included that facilitating of world class display arrangement against Egypt and World XI in July persuaded the PSA and its security expert company Sports Risk that Pakistan is a protected and save nation for worldwide sports occasions.

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A senior authority of the PSF went to UK to meet the security firm a couple of days back and presented the security designs arranged for world players coming to Pakistan. Sports Risk authorities then came to Pakistan in March to witness the two show arrangement, which persuaded them that Pakistan is well equipped for facilitating universal events with great security for international players.


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