The year 2014 has shown that Pakistan’s lone representative in world tennis Aisam Ul Haq Qureshi is reaching the twilight of his career. Aisam won just one tiltle this year. He won the doubles title with Rohan Bopanna at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, beating Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonji. In Indian Wells, they went down in the first round against Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka before a standing-room-only crowd, although they had been seeded sixth.
With Rohan Bopanna, competing together for the first time in two years, Aisam and partner lost to Khachanov-Myneni 12-10 in Match TB in Chennai Quarter-finals. They reached the Sydney final where they lost to Nestor-Zimonjic in two tiebreak sets, they fell in Australian Open third round against Huey-Inglot and reached Montpellier semi-finals where they lost against Davydenko-Istomin 10-7 in match tiebreak.
The Indo-Pak duo fell in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells first round to Federer-Wawrinka 10-6 in match tiebreak, and reached ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo quarterfinals where they were beaten by Dodig-Melo. They also entered the Nice final for a second time (also 2010), where they lost to Klizan-Oswald.
They fell in Roland Garros second round against Erlich-Melo, fell in Wimbledon second round against eventual champions Pospisil-Sock and fell in US Open first round to Bracciali-Seppi in third set tiebreak.

AISAM UL HAQ QURESHI IN 2014

overall career

Current Doubles Ranking    34
Win    27
Loss    23
Title    1
Prize Money    $228,678
Career Highest Ranking    8 in June 2011
Total wins    209
Losses    163
Titles    10
Career Prize Money    $2,200,498