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Daryl Selby
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England

World Ranking:
17
World Series Ranking:
19
Birthplace:
Harlow, England
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Daryl Selby Profile
Date of Birth 3rd November, 1982
Height (cm) 180
Weight (kg) 76
Residence Colchester, England
Interests Golf, Football, Family
Racket Sponsor Black Knight
Shoe Sponsor Mizuno
String Sponsor Ashaway
Clothing Sponsor 305 Squash
Other Sponsors Off The Wall Squash, Dynamic 7 Sport

Daryl Selby has represented his country at the highest level and is the brother of Lauren Selby who has also played squash for England.
He won the British National Squash Championships in 2011, shocking reigning World Champion Nick Matthew by defeating him in the final.
He reached the semi-finals of the Tournament of Champions in 2012 but lost to James Willstrop before making amends by earning his first PSA M25 title at the Grasshopper Cup in April of that year, beating Nicolas Mueller 3-1.
Selby was part of the England team that won the World Team Squash Championships in June 2013, beating Tarek Momen in the final to give England the lead. He followed that up by reaching his first World Championship quarter-final but lost out to Gregory Gaultier.
Selby failed to secure a PSA World Tour title in 2014 but was impressive at the Commonwealth Games in August, winning a bronze medal alongside James Willstrop.
Selby came exceedingly close to victory at the Bluenose Classic in November 2014, losing out to lifelong friend Peter Barker 3-0 in the semi-final.
He also made it to the same stage at the Canary Wharf Classic in March 2015 but couldn't get past eventual winner Matthew.
Selby reached the final of the St George’s Hill Open in October later on in the year but fell to Chris Simpson in a surprising final defeat.
2016 saw Selby display some of his best form as he ended a four-year title drought in September’s Macau Open, while he finished the year with four successive semi-final finishes - including a first World Series semi-final since 2012 during November’s Qatar Classic.
It was a different story in 2017, which was a barren year for the Englishman, who could only reach the quarter finals of the Canary Wharf Classic, China Open and US Open at best.
He went on to reach the last eight at the Wharf again in 2018, but was able to finish the calendar year with a victory, beating Omar Mosaad in the final of the QSF No.1.

Results

J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions 2019 16 - 24 Jan PSA World Tour Platinum Event

Alexandria International Squash Open 2018 10 - 15 Nov PSA World Tour Gold Event

QSF No.1 2018 10 - 14 Nov PSA World Tour Bronze Event

Qatar Classic 2018 27 Oct - 02 Nov PSA World Tour Platinum Event

Channel VAS Championships at St George's Hill 2018 16 - 21 Oct PSA World Tour Gold Event

FS Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships 2018 06 - 13 Oct PSA World Tour Platinum Event

Allam British Open 2018 15 - 20 May World Series Event

The Wimbledon Club Squash Squared Open 2018 20 - 23 Mar M35 Event

Grasshopper Cup 2018 14 - 18 Mar M100 Event

15th Canary Wharf Classic 2018 05 - 09 Mar M100 Event

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