Squash: Jahangir recovers his confidence

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The Independent Online
Jahangir Khan continued his comeback by upsetting the seedings in the World Open in Karachi yesterday, beating New Zealand's Ross Norman 15-7, 15-12, 9-15, 15-12 to reach the quarter-finals, writes James Leigh. Jahangir, 30 next month, played by far the best of his four matches since returning from a nine-month lay-off. An English semi-finalist for the first time since 1985 became certain when Tony Hands, the England No 5, came through to join England's leading player, Peter Marshall, in the last eight.