skip to content »

Gambar datin sexy

Gambar datin sexy-67

David has also obtained the WSA Player of the Year on seven occasions, 2005–20.Her primary education was at Sekolah Kebangsaan Convent Green Lane (Convent Green Lane Primary School).

On 12 September, David lost to Madeline Perry in the British Open quarter-final in a five set match that lasted for 76 minutes; 15 days later, she recovered to defeat arch-rival Natalie Grinham in the final of the World Open Championship, obtaining the title for a record fourth time.Considered by some to be the greatest women's squash player of all time, David's other notable achievements include the Asian Squash Championship, which she won a record nine times (in 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 20).She also held a 13-month, 51-match winning streak, from March 2006 until April 2007, when she finally lost to Natalie Grinham in the final of the 2007 Seoul Open.A week later, on 1 August, David picked up her fifth consecutive Malaysian Open title, winning 11–6, 11–8, 9–11, 11–7 in a 60-minute match against 25-year-old Londoner, Alison Waters.David thus became the first player to win five Malaysian Open titles in a row since its inception in 1975.She surpassed Peter Nicol's previous records of 150 months.

David is the first squash player to have won the World Junior title twice; in 19 under the tutelage of Richard Glanfield.

David did not drop a game in the entire tournament, just as she did in the 2010 World Open in Egypt.

Nicol David added another feather to her cap, becoming the first player – male or female – to win the US Open for the third straight year.

With a lead over her nearest rival, she led in the Women's World Squash Rankings published on 1 January 2009 by the Women's International Squash Players' Association (WISPA) – thus moving into her 30th successive month as the world’s number one female player.

David headed an unchanged top four, with Natalie Grinham (Netherlands) at No.

She managed to avenge her loss to Grainger early in the year by beating her 11–8, 11–6 and 11–5 in the final.