Its wonderful to be involved with a company that wants to grow the profile of its players as well as the brand, and as their ‘leading lady’ am honoured to spear-head that push. Personally, I see this an exciting new era in my career and am highly motivated to repay Salming’s commitment to me with major titles and by challenging for the top spot in the rankings.”
After a great 2014/15 season where she was crowned British National Champion and went on to equal her career best world ranking of 3, the start of the 2015/16 season has been frustrating for England’s Alison Waters, suffering a serious back injury in the first world series event of the year at the US Open in Philadelphia.Happily, she’s now on the comeback trail, and is targeting a return to competitive action before the end of the year.
Alison spoke to us about her injury, and some of the trials and tribulations of her rehab.
SquashSkills: So what exactly was the injury you suffered?
Alison Waters: I’ve been diagnosed by the physio with a disc bulge in my spine.
SquashSkills: How did it happen?
Alison: I felt my back tighten a bit during one of the rallies in my US Open 1st round match with Vicki Lust, but I…………………(click here for the full article)