Azam Khan, the legendary squash player, four-time British Open champion passed away in London after getting infected with the coronavirus, at the age of 95.
As being reported, Azam Khan tested positive for COVID-19 last week and breathed his last London’s Ealing Hospital.
On his sad demise, condolence messages are pouring in on social media:
My condolences to the family of Azam Khan, the great squash giant of 50's & 60's on his passing away. May his soul rest in peace. Was a very decent human being too.
— Dr. Arif Alvi (@ArifAlvi) March 28, 2020
Squash has lost a great champion to Coronavirus, with the announcement of the death of Azam Khan in London today, aged 95.
Azam, younger brother of Hashim Khan, won four consecutive British Open titles (1959-62) as well as being runner up to Hashim in three earlier finals. pic.twitter.com/D9P2JVoKrD
— World Squash Library (@SquashLibrary) March 28, 2020
We are sad to learn about the tragic demise of legendary squash player and four times British Open Champion Azam Khan. He lost the battle against Coronavirus.
— SportsFever360 (@SF360Digital) March 28, 2020