Nicol David is one of the most decorated athletes of a generation and has broken a succession of remarkable records during her career to date.
After turning professional in 2000 at the age of 17, she has won the World Open title eight times and retained the Number 1 ranking for 108 consecutive months making her the longest reigning World no.1 squash player.
In July 2016, Nicol reached her 151st successive month in the top 10 – overtaking the previous record established by Men’s player, Peter Nicol in October 2006. According to the New York Times, “David is the Serena Williams or Roger Federer of women’s squash, and she shows no sign of quitting.”
Nicol has been awarded the WSA Player of the Year on seven occasions: six consecutive years between 2005 to 2010 and 2012.