An Enfield squash player is among nine selected as part of Team England’s Squash team for to represent England in this year's Commonwealth Games.

Adrian Waller, of Enfield, has three European Team Championship titles under his belt, and will be looking to build on his silver medal win in the Men’s Doubles event at the 2018 Gold Coast Games.

He has been selected as part of Team England’s Squash team across singles, doubles and mixed doubles in the home Commonwealth Games in Birmingham this summer.

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He will join current Commonwealth Games gold medallist James Willstrop and World No.6 Sarah-Jane Perry alongside the world-class names set to chase podium finishes at The University of Birmingham Hockey and Squash Centre from July 29 to August 8.

The four female players to represent Team England are Alison Waters, Georgina Kennedy, Lucy Turmel and Sarah-Jane Perry.

The male players are Adrian Waller, Daryl Selby, Declan James, James Willstrop and Patrick Rooney.

Team England’s Chef de Mission, Mark England OBE, welcomed the athletes to the team. He said: “We’re delighted to welcome nine squash players to Team England for the home Commonwealth Games this summer.

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"This incredibly talented team includes a number of previous Commonwealth Games medallists. I’m excited to see them compete over the 11 days this summer and watch them ‘Bring it Home’ in Birmingham.”

The Commonwealth Games is a multi-sport event with a fully integrated programme of para sport disciplines and this year’s Games promises to be extra special with full stadiums and arenas after Tokyo 2020 took place behind closed doors.

Birmingham 2022 is set to have the largest ever female and para sport programme in history after a new discipline of Women’s T20 Cricket, and Beach Volleyball and Para Table Tennis were confirmed.

Team England is one of the most successful Commonwealth Games squash nations, winning 38 of the 100 medals since squash was introduced in 1998. Their most successful Games was on home soil in Glasgow in 2014 where they claimed 9 out of the 15 medals on offer.

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