PROFILE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Name: Andrew Baggaley

Nationality: British

Date of Birth: 26 February 1983
Place of Birth: Northampton, England

Residence: Milton Keynes, England

Height: 5’11” (180cm)

Body Weight: 75kg

 

Andrew in serving action

 

Turned Professional: 1996 (Aged 13, youngest British player ever)

Personal Coach: Stephen Baggaley (brother)

Sponsor: Stiga (Sweden)

Style of Play: Right handed attacker

 

Major Junior Titles:

23 English Junior National Singles & Doubles titles

Medals in both the Cadet (U14) and Junior (U17) European Youth Championships

Danish Youth Open Junior (U17) Singles Champion

 

Ranked England No1 in every age group category: Under 10, 11, 12, 14, 17, 21

 

Major Senior Titles:

1998  British Men’s Singles Champion (Aged 15, youngest player ever) in Oban, Scotland

2000  Commonwealth Team Championships Gold Medal in Singapore

2002  English Men’s Singles & Men’s Doubles National Champion in Sheffield, England

2002  Commonwealth Games - 2 Gold Medals in Manchester, England

2006  Commonwealth Games - 1 Silver Medal in Melbourne, Australia

2008  English Men’s Singles National Champion in Sheffield, England

2010  English Men’s Singles National Champion in Sheffield, England

2010  Commonwealth Games - 1 Silver Medal and 1 Bronze Medal in Delhi, India

 

Highest English Men's Ranking: No1

Highest British Men's Ranking: No1

 

Current National League Club:

SV Pluderhausen (Germany)

 

Previous National League Clubs:

1995  -  1996  Greenleys of Milton Keynes (England)

1996  -  1997  Logis Auderghem (Belgium)

1998  -  1999  Immo Mortsel (Belgium)

1999  -  2001  TTC Bergneustadt (Germany)

2001  -  2003  BTK Enig (Sweden)

2004  -  2004  Linares (Spain)

2004  -  2005  TTC Bergneustadt (Germany)

2005  -  2010  DKV Borges Vall (Spain)

2010 -   2011  Nice CPC (France)

2011 -   2012  Fontenay (France)

2012 -             SV Pluderhausen (France)

 

Interests:

Singer & Guitarist in a Band

Plays Tennis

 

Awards & Honours:

London 2012 Olympic Bid Ambassador 

Sports Aid Foundation Patron

Victor Barna Award Winner (ETTA)

Milton Keynes Citizen Sports Personality of the Year

 

Ambition:

To win an Olympic Gold Medal for Great Britain

 

See also: Andrew Baggaley's wikipedia entry.

 

Where is Andy?

Coaching

Stephen Baggaley


 

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