Latest from Alison


Name: Alison Claire Waters

Date of Birth:  19th March 1984

Born: London 

Lives: Putney, South London 

Height: 5’7

Racket Hand: Right

Age started playing squash: 5 years old

Nationality: British

Training bases: Roehampton club. Potters Bar furzefield centre. South bank club, Hertfordshire sports village 

Teams: Integrity Surrey health and rackets premier league

Sponsors: Salming. Grace coconut water. Roehampton club 

Football Team: Liverpool

Favourite Player: Steven Gerrard, Michael Owen, David Beckham.

Fav food: Sushi, BBQs, Pad Thai, Roast Dinners

Fav Colour: Blue

Fav Place Tournament: New York TOC, Carol Weymuller, Cleveland.

Place would like to go:    Travel round Australia and New Zealand. 

Pets: I want a cat

Fav Holiday destination: Maldives, Bermuda, Crete 

Car driving: Audi A1 (Black)

Fav Tv: Billions. Power. Vikings

Fav Ice cream: Chocolate and chocolate 

Ideal Night in: Good food and good company

Ideal Night out: Nice dinner out.

Famous people to have dinner with: Michael Owen, Roger Federer, Johnny Wilkinson

Best thing about playing a squash Pro: Travelling all round the world playing in great venues meeting great people and experiencing different cultures. At the same time as playing the sport I love.

What I want to see happen in squash: For squash to get into the Olympics

Worst thing about squash: Losing!! and having the washing machine on all the time.

Goals: To be number one in the world and win all major titles.

Career Highs: Representing England at Junior and Senior Levels, playing in the 2006/2010/2014Commonwealth Games. Winning silver and bronze in the CWG doubles. 4x British National Champion. Coming back after 18 months out with an Achilles injury and winning 5 WSA titles in 2012 and getting my ranking back to 4 in the world. Women’s world team champion 2016. Highest ranking number 3

Career Lows: Injuring my Achilles in the Commonwealth games 2010 and not being able to play in the doubles event.  Then missing a year on the PSA tour with Achilles injury.