Grays International - Players

Quality craftsmanship was the catalyst behind Grays becoming market leaders during the 1960s and 70s. This quality attracted the world's finest players and to this day no brand has won more British Open championships than Grays.

Paul Price

Paul Price

A former World #4, Paul Price won a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester in 2002. A British Open finalist in 2001, Paul is the current Director and Head Coach of Inspired Peak Performance Squash in Melbourne and was recently awarded Squash Australia's Coach of the Year award.

“Staying focused on the grind of the day to day activities creates the highlight reel you envision.”
- Paul Price

Mark Chaloner

Mark Chaloner

A professional squash player from England, Mark was a member of the English team which won the World Team Squash Championships in 1995 and reached a career-high world ranking of #7 in 2001. Mark is pictured here playing at the Commonwealth Games in 1998 with his Grays Superlative, on the way to winning a Gold Medal in the men's doubles with Paul Johnson. Mark was elected President of the PSA in 2002.

 

Matthew 'Killer' Karwalski

Matthew 'Killer' Karwalski

Matthew has represented Australia at the highest level and attained a World Top 50 Ranking.