Where is Nicol David living now?
As you all know, Datuk Nicol is currently residing in Amsterdam, Netherlands and she has finally come back home to Penang after so long. Recently, she is seen to be enjoying her time around George Town yesterday. Nothing like us playing tourist in our hometown as it has probably been ages since she last visited Penang.
Why is Nicol David successful?
She has won the World Open seven times and also consecutively five times from 2008-2012. She has won the Asian Squash for a record eight times from 1998-2011. She has also been the WISPA Player of the year from 2005-2010.
When did Nicol Ann David retire?
After losing in the finals of the 2013 British Open, David won the event the following year. Also in 2014 she captured another World Cup. David’s play subsequently began to taper off, and she retired from competitive play in 2019.
How good was Nicol David?
In another poll conducted by the World Games in 2021, David was crowned as the World Games Greatest Athlete of All Time with receiving a total of 318,943 votes and being the only Malaysian and Asian athlete among 24 candidates. She is Malaysia’s 1st professional female squash player and is also known till today.
What race is Nicol David?
Born in Penang, David is the daughter of Ann Marie David, a retired Malaysian Chinese school teacher of Hokkien-Hakka descent and Desmond David, a Malaysian Indian engineer of Tamil descent, who is also a former state athlete and footballer.
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How old is Nicol Ann David?
38 years (August 26, 1983)
Datuk Nicol Ann David DB PJN DSPN KMN AMN (born August 26, 1983) is a retired female Malaysian professional squash player. Beginning in August 2006, David was the world number one for a record-breaking 108 consecutive months, finally ceding the ranking in September 2015 to Raneem El Weleily.