KARACHI - Pakistans noted tennis player of the yore Saeed Hai has advised Pakistans tennis ace Aisamul Haq to return home immediately and start training for the upcoming Davis Cup tie against South Korea to be played in the first week of July. Talking to The Nation here Tuesday, Saeed Hai who had served as SVP PTF for over three decades said Aisamul Haq was Pakistans top star and his performance would be crucial for winning against South Korea. Aisam had done wonderfully well at regional level as singles player in the past and his performance would be important against South Koreans, he added. His loss in the doubles at the Wimbledon was sad and it came just few days after he won a doubles title with his Indian partner, he said. He said Aisamul Haq recently had mostly played in doubles event on various kinds of surfaces. The player, he said, through his extraordinary performance over the years had made Pakistan proud and brought laurels to Pakistan. His performances had proved that Pakistan had talent that could rise to international level. However he added playing singles was totally different from playing in doubles. Playing singles competition particularly in Davis Cup was tough and the player needed far high physical fitness. Aisamul Haq, he said would be needed to play in two singles against South Korea and for that the players would need better fitness. For that Aisamul Haq should return home and start training on quick-fix method in which the player continuously play balls during the training without any break for a long duration. This method, he said, demand physical fitness and by adopting this method Aisam could in the time available reach fitness level that would help him and the team as well. He said the upcoming Davis Cup tie against South Korea is expected to be played on clay court which was considered difficult as compared to other kinds of court. On clay courts the balls come slowly off the surface and the players were engaged in long rallies. It was difficult to play attacking shots and end quickly rally. Physical fitness and focused concentration were two essential feature needed for a player to win on clay courts, said Saeed Hai. He said Aqeel Khan the other top tennis star who was expected to play crucial singles in the Davis Cup was already under training at the camp arranged by the PTF. Aqeel Khan was also expected to play two singles like Aisamul Haq against the Koreans who totally rely on fitness. The home advantage would also be with the Koreans, he added. To neutralize these strong points of the opponents, Pakistan team should also be fitter than their opponents. Arrival of Aismaul Haq at the camp would be good for Pakistan teams preparation for the Cup tie, he added.