George Parker

Having been English junior champion from u13s to u19s and then winning the European u19 and British u21 titles, George has always been the ‘one to watch’ in world squash.

George, who lives and breathes the sport currently trains full time at the National Training Centre in Manchester where he has recently started working with Nick Matthews (3 time world champion). Since working with Nick, George has made significant progress including winning 5 PSA World Tour events, including 1 already in 2018 boosting him to 63 in the world at 21 years old.

“George is a hugely talented player and with his determination and passion for the game I see no reason why he will not be breaking the World top 10 very soon” (Nick Matthews)

PSA Ranking: 63


Latest News

He's back...

After a six month break George is back and will play in his first PSA event at Chateau Arnoux, France from 4-6 November.

Watch this space for future tournaments..


Wimbledon Club Squash Squared Open

George lost to Declan James No.3 seed in a "gruelling and intense" 5 game Quarter Final. 

Qualifier George beat Ben Coleman No. 5 seed for the first time in a 100 minute marathon!


 Northumbria Open 2016

Top seed George droppped only one game on his way to winning the Final beating Joe Green.


 2016 National Squash Championships

George reached the Quarter Finals before losing out to eventual finalist James Willstrop ranked No.2.

George then went on to beat Richie Fallows in the U-21 Final to become the U-21 National Squash Champion 2016.

 2015 Mens World Squash Championship

George lost in 5 hard games in the second round of qualifying to Farham Zaman world ranked 58. 

CLIC Sargent PSA Classic - St George's Hill

George reached the Quarter Finals of the tournament, defeating the world ranked 49 Olli Tuominen in the first round.

George was defeated in 4 games by the No.1 seed and world ranked 18 player Daryl Selby.

The new "Pin Up Boy" of squash, George could definately be the new face of English squash in the coming month/years...

 George breaks with Eye Rackets!

Exciting times ahead now as he powers into the PSA top 100, with many interesting opportunities for success in the future. 

 Courtcraft/Nick Matthew Academy Steel City Open 

George just missed out in the Final, losing 11-8 in it's fifth game to World No.46 Declan James. George seeded No.7 beat the 2nd and 4th seeds to reach his second consecutive final.

 XVI Ciutat de Barcelona 2015

George has won his first PSA Senior Title beating fellow Englishman Chris Fuller 11-7, 11-2, 7-11, 11-8. 

 Online feature on George ahead of the Nantes Open in France starting on 2 September 2015:,28/actualite-internationale-mois-juillet,45.html 

 Madeira International Open 2015 Funchal Portugal

George lost 3-1 in the final to the No.2 seed Jan Koukal after defeating the No.1 seed Alejandro Carbi Caro in the semi-final.