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Sarah-Jane Perry
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Birmingham, England

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Sarah-Jane Perry Profile
Date of Birth 15th May, 1990
Height (cm) 183
Weight (kg) 76
Residence Kenilworth, England
Coach Rob Owen
Interests Logic Puzzles, Cooking, Fine Dining, Liverpool FC, Sports
Racket Sponsor Dunlop
String Sponsor Dunlop
Other Sponsors Aston & Fincher, University of Warwick, BOSS - Bespoke Office Space Solutions, Rackets Cubed

Sarah-Jane Perry has established herself as England’s best player over the last few seasons, and broke into the top five in the World Rankings for the first time in the summer of 2020.
Birmingham-born Perry made her Tour breakthrough in 2011 as she defeated Tania Bailey in the final of the Manor Open to capture her first Tour title. She collected a further three titles a year later and finished 2012 in the world's top 30, having leapt up over 35 places in the World Rankings since the start of the year. Perry picked up her fifth Tour title at the Delaware Open in February 2013 and followed that up with two more title wins before a trophy drought that would last for two years.
However, Perry returned to form in February 2015 and defeated Dipika Pallikal in the final of the Granite Open to claim her first PSA W25 title just weeks after winning her first British National Championship title. Perry claimed two runner-up finishes at the NetSuite Open and Monte Carlo Classic throughout the rest of 2015 and claimed one of the biggest wins of her career when she defeated Malaysian superstar Nicol David in the quarter-finals of the Al Ahram Open in September 2016 in front of the stunning Great Pyramid of Giza.
Perry went on to make three successive semi-final appearances in the Carol Weymuller Open, J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions and the Cleveland Classic. England’s Perry also finished runner-up at the British Open, where she came up against fellow Brit, Laura Massaro in the first all-English final since 1991.
She also helped England triumph in the women’s final at the European Team Championships as she beat France’s No.3 Camille Serme for just the second time in her career. The start of the 2017/18 season was a good one for Perry, as she took victory at the Oracle NetSuite Open, beating Nicol David in the final in San Francisco.
She started 2018 with three successive quarter final appearances, at the PSA Masters, Tournament of Champions and Cleveland Classic. This was followed by making it to the last four of both the British Nationals and Windy City Open. Perry won the Silver Medal at the Commonwealth Games, losing out to Joelle King in the final. In October, the Englishwoman retained her Oracle NetSuite Open title, beating Raneem El Welily in the final.
After her victory in San Francisco, Perry became England No.1. She went on to finish runner-up at the Carol Weymuller Open, losing out to Nour El Tayeb in the final. A few weeks later, Perry made the semi finals of the Hong Kong Open. The Englishwoman then took some time out of the game to recover from surgery on her right arm, returning three months later at the World Championships in Chicago. She then reached the quarter finals at four straight events, before making it a step further at the British Open in Hull.
Perry carried on that consistent run of form, making it to at leas the quarter-finals of every event she played in over the course of the 2019-2020 season. That run included semi-final appearances at the Open de France - Nantes, Windy City Open and Black ball Open, while the Englishwoman also made it to the final of two Bronze level tournaments, the Cleveland Classic and the Bahl and Gaynor Cincinnati Cup.
The English No.1 made it through to the semi-finals of the Manchester Open in her first appearance following the return of the PSA World Tour. After a surprising early exit at the CIB Egyptian Open, the Englishwoman then secured the biggest victory of her career, claiming the title at the CIB Black Ball Squash Open. She came from two games down to defeat the defending champion Hania El Hammamy in the final in Cairo.
The Englishwoman followed that with quarter final appearances at the CIB PSA Black Ball Squash Open and the El Gouna International Squash Open to start 2021, before then finishing runner-up at the Manchester Open in August. Perry also made the semi-finals of the Oracle NetSuite Open at the start of the 2021-2022 season as well.
Perry started 2022 with a runner-up finish at the Cleveland Classic, before quarter final appearances at the CIB Black Ball Open and the Allam British Open. The Englishwoman then reached another final, this time on home soil at the Manchester Open, before also making it into the last eight of the CIB PSA World Championships and the El Gouna International. Once again, she represented England at the Commonwealth Games, picking up the Bronze Medal in the Women’s Singles in Birmingham.


CIB Egyptian Open 2022 19 - 25 Sep PSA World Tour Platinum Event

CIB PSA World Tour Finals 2021/2022 21 - 26 Jun PSA World Tour Finals Event

El Gouna International 2022 27 May - 03 Jun PSA World Tour Platinum Event

CIB PSA World Championships Cairo 2022 13 - 22 May PSA World Championships Event

Manchester Open 2022 13 - 18 Apr PSA World Tour Silver Event

Allam British Open 2022 28 Mar - 03 Apr PSA World Tour Platinum Event

CIB Black Ball Open 2022 12 - 17 Mar PSA World Tour Platinum Event

Windy City Open 2022 Presented by the Walter Family 23 Feb - 02 Mar PSA World Tour Platinum Event

Cincinnati Gaynor Cup 2022 02 - 06 Feb PSA World Tour Bronze Event

Cleveland Classic 2022 27 - 31 Jan PSA World Tour Bronze Event

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