Competing for Team Scotland in his first Commonwealth Games at Glasgow 2014, Greg reached the last 16 of the Singles event and teamed up with veteran Stewart Crawford to reach the Men’s Doubles quarter-finals. Part of the first Scottish team for 17 years to take a European Team Championship medal in 2016, Greg went on to take World Doubles Championship gold with Alan Clyne three months later.
His success was unfortunately followed by frustration as he was ruled out of action for seven months with a hamstring tear sustained at the Chicago Open but, after intensive rehab, Greg’s return to the court has been prolific. Having never previously won a PSA Tour event, he had an incredible run of success in May and June 2017, reaching five finals and taking three titles. A return to the World Doubles Championships in August saw Greg and Alan take silver, just missing out to New Zealand in the final.
- Date of Birth 12/08/1992
- Birth Place Inverness
- Hometown North Kessock, Inverness
- Lives Edinburgh
- Coach Martin Heath / Paul Bell
- Club Heriot-Watt University
- Commonwealth Games Representation 2014
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