At a young age Noah was given a drug to help him, but the side affects lead to him becoming deaf.
Squash has helped him develop confidence on and off the court and now he says: "I want to get other deaf people and other kids playing squash."
"It's a community," explains Noah's dad. "And that community is very social, caring and welcoming the whole family.
"Squash is not a sport that makes deafness a disadvantage."
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