Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi has been a top 10 doubles player and #108 in the world in singles. His new book is titled “Lessons Learned From the Tennis Tour”.
New York, NY, November 09, 2012 –(PR.com)– Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi, Pakistan’s greatest tennis champion and highly regarded world humanitarian, announced today that his book “Stop War, Start Tennis! Lessons of Life and Understanding From a Pakistani Tennis Player” is now available for sale as an e-book electronically on Kindle at Amazon.com
“Stop War, Start Tennis! Lessons of Life and Understanding From a Pakistani Tennis Player,” (available for $4.99 in the United States here: http://www.mailermailer.com/rd?http://www.amazon.com/Tennis-Lessons-Understanding-Pakistani-ebook/dp/B009XE3LLO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1352133085&sr=8-1&keywords=Stop+War+STart+Tennis) details inspiring stories of the life and tennis career of Qureshi, Pakistan’s most celebrated tennis player, with the hopes of inspiring people to learn from both defeats and triumphs in sports or other endeavors.
Qureshi gained international recognition when as a Muslim from Pakistan, he partnered with Amir Hadad, a Jew from Israel, at Wimbledon and the US Open in 2002. Their partnership received much international media attention and their photo appeared as the lead, above-the-fold image on the front page of The New York Times during the US Open, where they reached the third round. He was also placed in the spotlight in 2010 when he partnered and reached the US Open doubles final with Rohan Bopanna, a leading player from India, a nation with political differences with that of Qureshi’s Pakistan. Shortly after his US Open success (he also reached the mixed doubles final) Qureshi founded his non-profit foundation (www.StopWarStartTennis.org), created with the purpose of bringing hope through tennis to all those affected by war, sectarian conflict and landmines/unexploded ordinance.