|Date of Birth||
26 December 1989
|Place of Birth||
Hazelwood Sports Club
Adrian Waller added two more Commonwealth doubles silver medals to his collection at Birmingham 2022.
The 33-year-old first brought back silver from the Gold Coast alongside Daryl Selby, before doubling his haul at Birmingham with silvers in both the men's and mixed doubles.
It was alongside Selby that he picked up a second men's doubles silver after falling to fellow English pair James Willstrop and Declan James in the final, before earning a second silver alongside Alison Waters in the mixed pair.
Two medals in a home Games was the latest success in a career that all started aged seven, when Waller picked up a racket and was taken to his local club by squash-mad older brothers and father.
He was a prodigious junior, the first player to be crowned British champion as an under-13, under-15, under-17 and under-19.
A ‘long-suffering' Arsenal fan, Waller knows what it’s like to go the distance - playing his part in the longest PSA World Tour match for 30 years in 2013. He was on court for more than two and a half hours.