Stewart Boswell

Stewart Boswell
Nickname(s)Bozza, The Surgeon
Country Australia
ResidenceManchester, England
Born(1978-07-29) 29 July 1978 (age 39)
Canberra, Australia
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight78 kg (172 lb)
Turned Pro1996
Coached byRodney Martin
Racquet usedDunlop
Men's singles
Highest rankingNo. 4 (May, 2002)
Tour final(s)18


Stewart Boswell (given birth to 29 July 1978 in Canberra, Australian Capital Place) is a specialist squash participant from Australia.

Career Overview

This portion of a biography of a full time income person needs additional citations for verification. Make sure you help with the addition of reliable resources. Contentious materials about living individuals that's unsourced or badly sourced should be eliminated immediately, particularly if possibly libelous or dangerous. (Dec 2009)In 2003, Boswell have been placed in the world's best-10 for just two years and had reached a career-high rank of World Zero. 4, whenever a secret back ailment pressured him to avoid playing. He came back towards the professional tour in 2005. On his come back, he received six from the tour's lower-ranking competitions inside a row, and two additional lower-ranking competitions later in the entire year. He broke back to the world's best-20 in 2006 as well as the best-10 in 2007.In the Commonwealth Games in 2002, Boswell received a Bronze Medal in the men's singles, and Silver Medal in the men's doubles partnering Anthony Ricketts. Boswell and Ricketts once again received a men's doubles Metallic Medal in the 2006 Commonwealth Video games. The pair received the men's doubles name in the 2006 Globe Doubles Squash Championships.After losing out to Grégory Gaultier through the 2011 Kuwait PSA Glass, Boswell announced he'd retire from professional perform.

Major World Series final appearances

US Open: 1 finals (0 title, 1 runner-up)

Outcome Calendar year Opponent in the ultimate Score in the ultimate Runner-up 2002 David Palmer 15-13, 15-10, 15-11