Danny Lee: Jahangir Khan

“Sometimes Jahangir had a laugh by keeping players on court for so long. I don't think he ever did it on purpose, but in some ways he was actually ending their careers in the process because mentally they couldn't get their heads around the fact that they were thinking they were going to be the new Jonah Barrington and reach the summit. But once they endured that amount of pressure and pain for an hour, they struggled to do it again."

Former World Tour player Danny Lee of England remembers Jahangir Khan, universally recognised as the world’s greatest ever player.
Quote courtesy of 555: The Untold Story Behind Squash's Invincible Champion & Sport’s Greatest Unbeaten Run
Youngest World Amateur Champion (aged 15)
Youngest British Open & World Champion (aged 17)
Unbeaten in 555 consecutive matches over 5 years and 8 months – the longest winning streak of any sportsman
10 time British Open Champion (1982-1993)
6 time World Champion
Played the longest squash match in history (2 hours, 46 minutes)

Inspired by Jahangir Khan, UNSQUASHABLE is committed to developing equipment that is used by the world’s leading players because UNSQUASHABLE believe that engineering equipment for professional competition makes for a better product for the everyday player.