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Adrian Waller

Squash

Date of Birth

26 December 1989

Age

32

Place of Birth

Enfield

Club

Hazelwood Sports Club

Commonwealth Appearances
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Adrian Waller first picked up a racket aged seven and was taken to his local club by squash-mad older brothers and father.

He was a prodigious junior, the first player to be crowned British champion as an under-13, under-15, under-17 and under-19.

Waller brought back doubles silver from the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast alongside Daryl Selby. 

The pair continue to thrive together, taking silver at April’s World Doubles Championships in Glasgow.

A ‘long-suffering' Arsenal fan, Waller knows what it’s like to go the distance - playing his part in the longest PSA World Tour match for 30 years in 2013. He was on court for more than two and a half hours.

Squash
The stand-out story from the glass courts at the University of Birmingham was undoubtedly that of Gina Kennedy who, on her Games debut, became the first English woman to win the Women’s Singles title.

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