Gregory Gaultier (FRA)

Current US Open Champion, Gregory Gaultier is one of the most charismatic characters on the tour.

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Amr Shabana (EGY)

2014 Tournament of Champions winner and a top ten player for over a decade, Amr Shabana is still proving a force to be reckoned with despite his increasing age, with the Tournament of Champions win making him the oldest professional to win a World Series title.

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Peter Barker (ENG)

2013 Colombian Open Champion, Peter Barker is known for his consistency, having achieved a quarter-final place at all 13 PSA World Series events he competed in during 2011 and 2012.

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Miguel Angel Rodriguez (CO)

Miguel Angel Rodriguez is known for being the first Colombian ever to make the top 20 in the world rankings.

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Laurens Jan Anjema (NL)

Laurens Jan Anjema became the highest ranked Dutchman of all time in March 2007 when he overtook former World No.22 Tommy Berden.

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Mathieu Castagnet (FR)

Mathieu Castagnet finished runner-up at the 2014 French Nationals, losing 3-1 to Gregoire Marche in the final.

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Adrian Grant (ENG)

London’s Adrian Grant claimed his first PSA Tour title in 2000 at the Wellington Open in New Zealand, fighting back from 2 games down against Liam Kenny.

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Cameron Pilley (AUS)

Cameron Pilley is Australia’s number one player.

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Chris Simpson (ENG)

Chris Simpson broke into the top twenty players in the world for the first time in April 2014 when the junior England representative reached a career-high World No.20.

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Alister Walker (BC)

Alister Walker represented England in the World and European Championships before switching his international allegiance to Botswana, the country of his birth.

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