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)



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



To win an Olympic Gold Medal for Great Britain


See also: Andrew Baggaley's wikipedia entry.


Where is Andy?


Stephen Baggaley


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