Squash: Motherhood gives world No. 6 Nour El-Tayeb new lease of life in sport

Nour El-Tayeb in action during the Marigold Singapore Squash Open. PHOTO: MARIGOLD SINGAPORE SQUASH OPEN
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SINGAPORE - A year ago, Egyptian squash player Nour El-Tayeb, a former world No. 3, found herself outside the top 20.

But the Cairo native, who is featuring at the ongoing Marigold Singapore Squash Open, has since climbed to world No. 6.

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