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He is the first Pakistani to reach the second round in 1948 at Wimbledon during the pre-open era. He was one of two Pakistanis at the tournament.
- 1st round: defeated Bela Peto of Hungary, 6–3 5–7 6–4 6–3.
- 2nd round: lost to Egyptian Marcel Coen 7–9 4–6 7–5 3–6.
- Singles: 0–4
- Doubles: 0–2
Background and family life
His father, Mehboob Alam, was a captain of Aligarh's hockey team from 1914 - 1918. His daughter, Sheherezade Alam is a celebrated ceramist and son-in-law, Zahoor ul Akhlaq was a painter. He also has two sons, Asad and Shaban.
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