Nour El Sherbini

Series of elevation drawings of Nour El Sherbini in squash positions measured with overall height

Among the promising young talents in professional squash is Nour El Sherbini from Egypt. Even at her young age, she has won the World Championship four times, and her victory in the 2015 Women’s World Championship made her the youngest woman to do so. She is ranked number two among the best squash players. Nour has been a two-time British Open Champion with other achievements include being a 2009 World Junior Champion, 2009 Young Female Player of the Year, 2009 Young Women’s International Squash Players Association (WISPA) Player of the Year, 2012 World Junior Champion, 2017/18 Professional Squash Association (PSA) Player of The Year, 2010 Heliopolis Open WISPA Champion, and being the first Egyptian to win the British Open (in 2016).

Outline silhouette drawings of Nour El Sherbini in assorted squash poses

Nour El Sherbini has a height of 5’9” (1.75 m).

How tall is Nour El Sherbini?
Nour El Sherbini is 5 foot 9 inches (1.75 m) tall.


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5’9” | 1.75 m

Nationality: Egypt

Years Active: 2009—

November 1, 1995


Drawings include:
Nour El Sherbini standing, swinging, stance

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Squash is a racket sport where two players rally against a wall and attempt to serve a ball fast enough so their opponent cannot return the ball. In each game, one player serves a rubber ball against a wall, and attempts to serve it fast enough to where it bounces twice before being returned.