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Cameron Pilley

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Cameron Pilley is Australia’s number one player. He attended the Australian Institute of Sport on a Squash scholarship from 2001 to 2005. In 2006, Pilley finished runner up in the mixed doubles event at the World Doubles Squash Championships where he partnered up with Amelia Pittock. Pilley reached the final of the Canary Wharf classic in 2008 but he lost to James Willstrop in an intense five-game match which was instrumental to Pilley’s rise into the top twenty in the world for the first time. The Australian claimed a gold medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in the mixed doubles event, this time partnered with Kasey Brown. November 2010 saw Pilley impress at the Dutch Open when he defeated Laurens Jan Anjema to claim the championship title. In 2011, Pilley broke the record for hitting a squash ball at 175 mph, beating the previous record by 3 mph set by John White. The record stood until May 2014 where he hit a ball at 176 mph to break his own record. Three months later, Pilley picked up a Gold medal alongside David Palmer in the Commonwealth Games Doubles.

Cameron Pilley Profile
World Ranking: 19
World Series Standing: 18
Birthplace: Yamba
Height: 193
Weight: 83
Interests Backgammon, golf, beach