Serme Sees Off Waters in Five To Clinch Cleveland Classic Title
French World No.2 Camille Serme continued her unbeaten start to 2017 after she mounted a superb comeback from two games down to retain her Cleveland Classic title at the expense of England’s former World No.3 Alison Waters in Pepper Pike. Read more
— Squash Site (@SquashSite) February 21, 2017
World No 1 El Sherbini Wins 2016 Weymuller Open
Today was the final day of our 2016 Carol Weymuller Open. It’s been a tremendous week of squash and the PSA players have definitely left everyone inspired and motivated. The tournament is obviously named after Carol Weymuller herself. Carol started the junior squash program here at The Heights Casino many years back with her husband Fred and it has obviously grown and expanded along with the sport. We always like to thank Carol for all her hard work and dedication back at the start, as we wouldn’t be where we are today with our program if she had not been forward thinking enough to develop squash in this area. Read more
It wasn’t to be tonight, losing out in the final. Can be proud of my week as won some big battles! A great event as always @CarolWeymuller
— Alison Waters (@Aliwat1) October 25, 2016
— PSA World Tour (@PSAWorldTour) October 25, 2016
Waters Out Of Windy City Open
England’s Alison Waters has been forced to withdraw from this week’s Windy City Open presented by Guggenheim Partners and Equitrust Life Insurance Company after aggravating a back injury last week. Read more
Unfortunately I've had to pull out of @ChicagoSquash this week due to hurting my back last week. Working hard in the gym to get back fit.
— Alison Waters (@Aliwat1) February 22, 2016
Camille Serme meets Alison Waters in Cleveland Classic final
The top two seeds, Camille Serme and Alison Waters, will meet in the final of the 2016 Cleveland Classic in the USA. Read more
Video: ToC 2016 – Women’s QF Highlights: Waters v Sobhy
ToC: Home Hope Sobhy Downs Waters To Reach Semi-Finals
Just two days after claiming arguably the greatest win of her career against World No.2 and defending champion Raneem El Welily, charismatic United States No.1 Amanda Sobhy secured passage through to the semi-final of the Women’s J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions after downing last year’s runner up Alison Waters in scintillating fashion. Read more
Video: ToC 2016 – Women’s Rd 2 Highlights: Waters v Arnold
Video: Either/Or – Alison Waters
Interview Freeview: Alison Waters Sits Down With SQUASHTV
Alison Waters has been one of her country’s leading players for a number of years and has recently jostled with compatriot Laura Massaro for the distinction of being England’s No.1 player.
A 15-year-career has yielded a vast array of PSA World Tour titles, including multiple British Nationals triumphs and a career-best World No.3 ranking which she had as recently as May.
We wanted to find out what made Waters tick so sat down with the London-born 31-year-old to speak about her sporting idols, the best moment of her career and much, much more.