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Lina El Tannir

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Nickname(s)  Likaz; Lkz
Weight  52 kilograms (115 lb)
Turned pro  2005
Height  1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Racquet used  Tecnifibre
Residence  Cairo, Egypt
Name  Lina Tannir
Country  Egypt
Plays  Right Handed

Born  October 23, 1987 (age 28) Cairo, Egypt (1987-10-23)

Lina El Tannir, (born October 23, 1987 in Cairo) was a professional squash player who represented Egypt.

Lina started playing squash when she was twelve years old because her cousin, Heba Abu Ouf - former National Champion - and brother, Mohamed El Tannir, already did. Based at the Cairo’s Gezira Club she was coached by Talha Hussein, Mohamed Ismail and Akram Youssef.

As a junior Lina won many national events and several international tournaments. These included the German Junior Open twice (2002 & 2005), the British Junior Open (2006), and was runner up in the Dutch Junior Open in 2002. She also represented Egypt in the World Junior Team Championship in 2005.

Lina was ranked third in the national swimming national team when she was twelve and second in the national gymnastics team when she was eight. Lina reached a career-high world professionals ranking of World No. 80 in October 2006.

References

Lina El Tannir Wikipedia


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