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Alison Waters

Alison Waters
Alison Waters
Country  England
Residence London, England
Born (1984-03-19) 19 March 1984 (age 30)
London, England
Height 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Turned Pro 1999
Plays Right Handed
Coached by Paul Carter
Racquet used Dunlop
Website www.alisonwaters.co.uk
Women's singles
Highest ranking No. 3 (October 2010)
Current ranking No. 4 (September 2013)
Title(s) 9
Tour final(s) 19
Last updated on: September 2013.

Alison Waters (born 19 March 1984, in London, United Kingdom) is a professional squash player from England.[1]

Waters won the British National Squash Championships in February 2010, beating Jenny Duncalf in the final 10–12, 11–7, 4–11, 11–7, 12–10. Waters also won the championship in 2008 beating Laura Lengthorn-Massaro and finished as the runner-up in 2005, 2007 and 2009.

As a junior player, Waters won her first major squash tournament – the British Under-12 title – at the age of nine-and-a-half. She retained the title the following year. She was a three-time runner-up at the British Open Under-14 Championships. She won her first professional title in 2005 at the Forbes Open, beating Carla Khan in the final.

See also

External links & references

  • Alison Waters official site
  • Alison Waters profile on the WISPA
  • Alison Waters profile on SquashInfo
Awards and achievements
Preceded by

Raneem El Weleily
WISPA Most Improved Player of the Year
2004–2005
2012
Succeeded by
Nicolette Fernandes
Current holder

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