Ramy Ashour (EGY)
In record time, Ramy Ashour has not only become Egypt’s leading player but also one of the biggest draws on the PSA World Tour.
Gregory Gaultier (FRA)
One of the most successful French squash players of all-time, Gregory Gaultier reached the 45th PSA World Tour final of his career in February this year at the Swedish Open in Linkoping, where he notched up his 20th title after beating Egyptian rival Karim Darwish in the final.
James Willstrop (ENG)
James Willstrop, England’s most successful junior player of all time, fulfilled his spectacular promise as a PSA World Tour player by earning the world number one ranking in January 2012 after a sensational three-tournament victory run at the end of 2011.
Simon Rosner (GER)
Simon Rosner has made rapid progress on the PSA World Tour since becoming Germany's leading international player this millennium. Solid performances in 2012 led to his qualifying for the 2012 World Series Finals in London for the first time in January this year – and in April the Paderborn-based son of a baker celebrated a career-high world No12 ranking.
Peter Barker (ENG)
England's Peter Barker trulyearned himself the title 'Mr Consistency' in 2011 after reaching the quarter-finals in all nine of the year's PSA World Series events - an achievement unmatched by any other player.
Adrian Grant (ENG)
Londoner Adrian Grant, a PSA member since 1999, has maintained an unbroken presence in the world top 20 since March 2006. He burst into the top 10 in June 2009 and claimed a career-high No9 world ranking two months later in August.
Laurens Jan Anjema (NL)
August World Rankings
Laurens Jan Anjema became the highest-ranked Dutchman of all-time in March 2007 when he reached 21 in the PSA list, overtaking former world No22 Tommy Berden.
Daryl Selby (ENG)
Daryl Selby has become a firm fixture in England team line-ups in recent years – but the country’s fourth highest ranked PSA player established his national credentials in emphatic style early this year when he became the British National champion for the first time, after a stunning final upset over world number one Nick Matthew.
Tom Richards (ENG)
Tom Richards reinforced his status as one of the top five Englishmen in September 2012 when he celebrated a career-high world No12 ranking. After turning pro in 2005, the former British Junior U12 & U13 National champion made good progress on the PSA World Tour - almost making the top 50 in 2007 before being forced to take a long layoff with a knee injury, during which time he slumped outside the top 120.
Miguel Angel Rodriguez (CO)
Miguel Angel Rodriguez made history in June this year when he celebrated a career-high world No19 ranking – not only becoming the first Colombian ever to make the top 20, but also the second highest-ranked South American of all-time (behind Federico Usandizaga of Argentina a decade ago).
Nicolas Mueller (CH)
|Height (cm)||189 cm|
|Coach||Michael Mueller, John Williams|
|Clubs & Teams||
Switzerland: SC Sihltal
|National Teams||Represented Switzerland 15 times|
|National titles||Swiss Champion 2007 - 2010|
|Career Highlights||European Champion 2006 Juniors|
|Sponsor (racket)||Wilson BLX Tour|
|Interests||TV Series (24), friends, reading|
Julian Illingworth (USA)
|Height (cm)||182 cm|
|Weight (kg)||78 kg|
|Birthplace||Portland OR, USA|
|Residence||New York NY, USA|
|Clubs & Teams||
|National Teams||3 World Team Championships|
|National titles||7 U.S. Championships|
|Career Highlights||reaching World No. 28|
Adrian Grant (ENG)
Marwan Elshorbagy (EGY)
Gregoire Marche (FRA)
Alan Clyne (SCO)
Mathieu Castagnet (FRA)
Adrian Waller (ENG)
Henrik Mustonen (FIN)
Shawn Delierre (CDN)
Mohd Ali Anwar Reda (EGY)
Christopher Gordon (USA)
Cesar Salazar (MEX)
Shahier Razik (EGY)
Charlie Johnson (ENG)
Jeffrey Young (AUS)
Lewis Walters (ENG)