Nasrullah Khan (squash player)

Nasrullah Khan (squash player)

Nasrullah Khan was a Pakistani squash player and cousin to the famous Hashim Khan and Azam Khan. In 1966, he became coach to Ireland's Jonah Barrington, along with Azam Khan as Barrington'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.


  • The Khan story. "The Khan story", August 2000, Accessed July 2007.
  • Jonah Barrington, "Barrington on Squash", published by Stanley Paul, 1973.

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