LAHORE - Pakistan star tennis player Aisam ul-Haq Qureshi, who won the Peace And Sport Award in Monaco on Thursday, will arrive home today in Islamabad. Aisam and partner Rohan Bopanna were honoured for featuring in the ATP Tour this year. They wore warm-up gear with the slogan Stop War, Start Tennis to publicize their belief that friendship between India and Pakistan is possible. When he presented the award, Joel Bouzou, founder of Peace and Sport, appealed to the governments of India and Pakistan to support the players project to organize a symbolic tennis match at the Wagah border between India and Pakistan. On his current tour, Aisam was also awarded the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year Award 2010. He is the first person in the awards 23 year history to be honoured twice. In 2003, Aisam was presented with this award and now in front of 5000 fans at the O2 Arena in London, Aisam was given this award for his 'Stop War, Start Tennis initiative that aims to spread the message of peace between India and Pakistan through tennis. After receiving this award in London, Aisam went to Paris, where he was invited to attend a grand ball hosted by Prince Albert of Monaco. The functions were in honour of the Peace and Sport Organisation, of which the Prince is chief patron. Earlier this year, Aisam and his doubles partner Rohan Bopanna were given the title of 'Champion of Peace by this non-government organization, and the proceeded to win the award for 'Peace image of the year when they brought together the Pakistani and Indian Ambassadors to the United Nations. In an event where over 500 high profile delegates from around the world were present, Aisam and Rohan were presented with this award by Prince Albert himself. This was the only award presented by Prince Albert personally. Guests at the event included Royal families from Saudi Arabia and other Middle Eastern states, high level diplomats, various national Olympic Association representatives, United Nations representatives and other international delegates including the Pakistan Deputy Head of Mission to France, Mr. Rafiuzzaman Siddiqui, who represented the Government of Pakistan. Aisam will be in Pakistan for a few weeks in December, before departing for the new ATP season early next year. Aisam has played in finals of the US Open doubles and has also represented Pakistan in the WImbledon, tennis world's most prestigious event. Aisam has also been Pakistan;s key player in the Davis Cup. He will play in a few events after staying home for some time.