Nour El-Sherbiny was born on 1 November, 1995. She is an Egyptian professional squash player and holds the second worldwide rank. The youngest player in the world to enter the list of the first 10 worldwide ranking squash players, she was honored by H.E. President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi at the Youth Conference 2017. She is the first Egyptian player to win the title of the English Open Squash Championship under the age of 13 in 2009, with the title of youngest player in the world in 2009. She is also the first Egyptian squash player and the youngest in the world to qualify for the final of the British Open in 2012.

Nour won the World Squash Championship after winning the tournament, which was held in Malaysia, after defeating the English player Laura Marceau, ranked first in the world in the final. She was named the best and youngest player in the women's tournament and was honored by the International Federation and has won the English Junior Open for five consecutive times and was named Young Player of the Year.

She participated in the US Open and won second place in October 2014. In 2016, she was crowned the World Number 2 at the World Championships held in Malaysia in the final match. Nour also won the Grasshopper Squash Cup, which was held in Zurich, Switzerland, in 2022. She won the Champions Championship title for the fourth time in its history after beating Wadi Degla player Nouran Gohar, and the Champions Championship was her first major tournament in 2023. Nour, ranked third in the world for women's squash also won the British Open Squash Championship, which was hosted in the English city of Birmingham from 9 to 16 April, 2023. She was crowned with the Women's World Squash Championship, which was held in Chicago, USA from 3 to 11 May, 2023 for the seventh time in its history and for the fifth time in a row.