Ross Norman on Jahangir Khan

“When you turned up at a tournament and went along to the court for a practice hit, you always knew if Jahangir was on court. You could tell if it was him, just by the sound of the ball being hammered against the front wall. Jahangir hit the ball harder than anyone else and it was relentless. You saw him doing it in practice and it was just the same in matches."

1986 World Squash Champion Ross Norman 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.