Aisam Qureshi Helps Deliver Foods to Affected Families in Pakistan


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Aisam Qureshi Helps Deliver Foods to Affected Families in Pakistan

Pakistan's doubles tennis specialist Aisam Qureshi is making his own efforts to help the needy in his country during the global health crisis. Qureshi, who recently played a stellar role in Pakistan's Davis Cup win over Slovenia, was part of the efforts to help deliver food to 500 families in Pakistan and says that he aims to reach 500 more families.

The 40 year old Qureshi posted an update on his Twitter account saying, "Alhamdulliah hv delivered 500 ration bags to 500 families with help of @Rizq_Sharefood and in sha Allah goal is to reach 500 more in next few days ,thanks to all the contributions to #stopwarstartennis .

Let's keep working on making hunger free pakistan #CoronaVirusPakistan"

Qureshi is a former Top 10 player in doubles and peaked at No.

125 in the singles rankings. He is the only Pakistani tennis player to reach the final of a Grand Slam, which he did in 2010, competing in both mixed doubles (partnering with Květa Peschke) and men's doubles (partnering with Rohan Bopanna) at the US Open.

He has won the most Davis Cup matches for Pakistan, being the most successful singles and doubles player from his country ever.