Munawar Iqbal

Munawar Iqbal (born 27 February 1948 in Lahore) is a former Pakistani professional tennis player. He was 16 when he first played for Pakistan at the Davis Cup, first competing in 1964. He made it to the second round at Beckenham, United Kingdom in 1968 at his first ATP Tournament. Then in 1973, at Bournemouth, United Kingdom, he was knocked out at the first round. Later in Newport, he was through to the second round, before being beaten by Briton David Lloyd 4–6, 7–9. In 1974, he played his final ATP Tournament at Manchester, losing in the first round. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Iqbal, Munawar, Molyneux, Philip
Published 2005
Palgrave Macmillan UK

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by Molyneux, Philip, Iqbal, Munawar
Published 2005
Palgrave Macmillan UK

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by Llewellyn, David T.
Published 2002
Edward Elgar in association with International Association of Islamic Economics, Islamic Development Bank, [and] The Islamic Foundation
Other Authors: '; ...Iqbal, Munawar...

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by Llewellyn, David T.
Published 2002
Edward Elgar in association with International Association of Islamic Economics, Islamic Development Bank, [and] The Islamic Foundation
Other Authors: '; ...Iqbal, Munawar...

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by Mohamed Ariff
Published 2011
Edward Elgar
Other Authors: '; ...Iqbal, Munawar...

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by Ariff, Mohamed
Published 2012
Edward Elgar
Other Authors: '; ...Iqbal, Munawar...