Glasgow 2014: Sarah Kippax late addition to strong England squad

Laura Massaro and Nick Matthew

Sarah Kippax has been added to an England squad that already boasts world champions Laura Massaro and Nick Matthew for the Commonwealth Games.

Kippax, 31, competed in the Delhi 2010 Games and is a late entry to the squad for Glasgow, first announced on 4 June.

Matthew is the defending champion in both the singles and the doubles where he will again team up with Adrian Grant after their Delhi success.

Massaro is joined by Jenny Duncalf, Alison Waters and Emma Beddoes.

James Willstrop and Peter Barker, who won silver and bronze in 2010, are also named alongside Daryl Selby, who will partner Kippax in the mixed doubles.

"This is such a strong squad with several medallists from Delhi and two current world champions making squash a really exciting prospect for Glasgow," said Team England chef de mission Jan Paterson.

Emma Beddoes, who will make her Commonwealth Games debut, said: "I am delighted to be selected to represent England in the women's doubles.

"It will be my first experience of the Commonwealths and I am excited to play my part in what will hopefully be a successful games for squash and Team England as a whole."

Squad details

Men's Singles: Nick Matthew, James Willstrop, Peter Barker

Women's Singles: Laura Massaro, Alison Waters, Jenny Duncalf

Men's Doubles: Nick Matthew & Adrian Grant, James Willstrop & Daryl Selby

Women's Doubles: Laura Massaro & Jenny Duncalf, Alison Waters & Emma Beddoes

Mixed Doubles: Peter Barker & Alison Waters, Daryl Selby & Sarah Kippax