Liz Irving

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Liz Irving (born 7 February 1965 in Brisbane) is a squash coach and former professional squash player from Australia. She has won nine titles on the women’s professional tour during a distinguished career, claiming her first tournament at the Irish Open in 1991 and her last in Malaysia in 1997.

Liz was part of the Australian women’s team who won four consecutive World Championships from 1992 to 1998, alongside Michelle Martin and Sarah Fitz-Gerald. They were joined in the team by Robyn Lambourne in 1992 and Carol Owens in 1994 and 1998.

Her other achievements also includes the mixed doubles titles at the inaugural World Doubles Squash Championships in 1997 with Dan Jenson.

Since retiring as a player, Liz has settled in Amsterdam, where she coaches a number of top international women players, including world number one Nicol David of Malaysia.

In March 2011, Liz was inducted into the Squash Australia Hall of Fame.

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