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Adrian Grant
England

World Ranking:
38
World Series Ranking:
36
Birthplace:
London, UK

Player Info

Adrian Grant is one of the most experienced players on the PSA World Tour and is a regular participant in the most high-profile events on the tour. Grant secured his first PSA World Tour title at the now-defunct Nova Friburgo Open in 1999 and would then go on to dominate in New Zealand the year after, winning both the Central and Wellington Opens. He captured his tenth PSA World Tour title at the Cas International in August 2005 and a number of high finishes in 2009, including a victory at the PSA Indian Challenger No.2 in March of that year, saw him break into the top ten in the world. 2009 also saw Grant reach the final of the British National Championships for the first time but he lost out to Nick Matthew. He won his first PSA International 25 event at the Winnipeg Building & Decorating Ltd Manitoba Open in 2011, defeating American Julian Illingworth 3-1 in the final. Two years later in December 2013, Grant won his twentieth PSA World Tour title at the Coronation London Open, seeing off compatriot Chris Simpson in the final. London-born Grant had to wait almost another year to earn another title, this time at the expense of Karim Ali Fathi in the final of the Lagos International Squash Classic to end 2014 on a high.

Adrian Grant Profile
World Ranking: 38
World Series Standing: 36
Birthplace: London, UK
Height: 178
Weight: 74
Coach David Pearson
Interests Music production, sport marketing, fashion, property