Tariq Zaman urges tennis stars to win glories for Pakistan
LAHORE – Ali Embroidery Mills CEO Tariq Zaman has visited the first-ever High Performance Tennis Training Camp at Punjab Tennis Academy, Bagh-e-Jinnah and urged the future tennis stars to win international glories for Pakistan.
Punjab Lawn Tennis Association (PLTA) Secretary General Rashid Malik (Tamgh-e-Imtiaz) along with Pakistan No 1 Aqeel Khan, former Pakistan No 2 Shahzad Khan, Ahmad Babar, top ranked tennis players, their families and tennis enthusiasts welcomed the honourable guest. He was then introduced with the participants of the camp, who are national top 3 ranked players from different age group categories.
PLTA Secretary Rashid Malik thanked Tariq Zaman, CEO Ali Embroidery Mills, for taking this initiative of sponsoring the High Performance Tennis Training Camp for the first time ever with the aim of junior tennis development in Pakistan. Malik praised the efforts of Tariq Zaman for promoting sports in the country and sponsoring the deserving players, who will learn the finest points and techniques of the game during the High Performance Tennis Training Camp and utilize these skills at higher level and in return, they will win glories for Pakistan globally.
The PLTA secretary also expressed his gratitude to Tariq Zaman for his consecutive support for development in junior tennis as he continues to sponsor the national junior tennis events throughout the year that keeps talented players active and engage in healthy tennis competitions, who, in return, earn rankings points and improve their national rankings.
“With the support of such generous sponsors like Tariq Zaman of Ali Embroidery Mills, tennis is flourishing fast in Pakistan and young tennis players especially of Punjab have started creating waves at international level as they are producing good results at ATF and ITF junior events. I am very hopeful that if government and corporate sector continue to provide financial boost to our talented and top ranked players, the future of Pakistan tennis is quite bright,” Malik asserted.