A candidate who does not need to be introduced again. On reaching the age of 23 years, his achievements in squash reckoned. The sweet definitely when World Open champion in 2005, the first Asian player grabbed the title as well as the first hailed as a world player.
Born on 26 August 1983, Penang-born is not a novice in the sport of squash. Started playing squash at the age of five years, the sport seems to be 'created' for Nicol when personally won the first at the age of nine.
Formally started training at the age of eight years and turned professional in 2000, she won the title for the title, including the British Open and the 2005 Asian Games champion, who did it five times since the 1998 Asian Games.
Even so, she like other teens also have other favorites. He is interested in outdoor activities such as rock climbing and if there is free time or no daily exercise, she loves shopping, drawing well paced love r & b music. Was his favorite food is char koay teow.
Besides excellence in squash, Nicol also proved his prowess in the academic arena. Former student of Convent Green Lane Primary School and Secondary School Convent Green Lane, Penang was acquired 7A1 in the Malaysian Certificate of Education (SPM).
Datuk Nicol Ann David is a professional squash player The Malaysian woman who became the first Asian woman ranked # 1 in the world in women's squash. He has won the British Open title in 2005, 2006 and 2008, as well as the World Open title in 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010.
Nicol is the first squash player to have won the World Junior Squash Championships twice, namely in 1999 and 2001 under the guidance of Richard Glanfield. She remains the only female squash player to do so, until Raneem El Weleily equaling his achievements by winning the World Junior Championship both in 2007. Nicol joined WISPA and reached professional status in 2000 when he won his maiden WISPA title just a month after the participation. The victory was achieved in February when...