- In 2004, Sarah Mahboob Khan became the youngest ever Pakistan National Champion, aged 14.
- She has been Pakistan's leading tennis player since 2005.
- She is the only player to have won Pakistan national titles on clay, hard, and grass, and has won a record number of National Rankings Ladies' Singles Titles.
- In October 2010, Sarah Mahboob Khan became the first Pakistani female tennis player to qualify for the main draw of an ITF tournament outside Pakistan, and the first to reach the quarter-final of an ITF tournament, achieving this in the doubles at Ain Sukhna, Egypt, partnering Irina Constantinide.
- In May 2011, she signed to play for the tennis team of the University of New Mexico.
- After her sophomore year, Khan transferred to play for James Madison University in Virginia, where she played for four years and graduated in May 2015. She then returned to Pakistan.
Sarah lifts memorial tennis title in 2015
BB Shaheed Tennis titleFormer national ladies champion Sarah Mehboob Khan thrashed No 1 seed Sara Mansoor in straight sets to lift the title of the 1st Benazir Bhutto (Shaheed) National Ranking Tennis Championship 2015 which concluded at Islamabad Tennis Complex (ITC).
Sara distances herself from her fatherMany would argue that Sara Mehboob got her way cut out into the national sporting arena when she began coaching under her father Mehboob Khan, former Pakistani tennis player turned coach. However, she distances herself from her father’s shadow to carve out an identity for herself. Many Pakistanis have already started putting Sara forth as Pakistan’s answer to India’s Sania Mirza. Much like any girl her age, Sara thinks it is vital for a Pakistani, especially a woman, to voice her concerns pertaining to the civil society in Pakistan. She, along with her father, supports Imran Khan in line to become the next prime minister of Pakistan.
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