Peter started playing badminton aged eight and became a full time player at the National centre aged 19.

Over his 10-year career as a professional athlete Peter travelled the world representing both England and GB, reaching a ranking high of 20 in the World and number one in the UK for men's doubles. Notable accolades include a bronze and silver medal at the 2014 Commonwealth games, competing in multiple World Championships and achieving a number of international circuit titles, as well as a National title.

Off the court Peter is a keen golfer and skier and enjoys watching and taking part in a number of other sports.

After retiring Peter is continuing his love for fitness with personal training, as well as being a qualified badminton coach working at the Nottingham badminton performance centre, hoping to pass on his knowledge and experience.

Giving Back

Peter worked with Badminton England, delivering motivational speeches as well as talks and demonstrations in schools to help inspire young people and develop badminton.

Peter currently works for the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust delivering the flagship Get On Track programmes, as well as both NCS and AQA Unlocking Potential programme.

Alongside this Peters work as a coach for Nottingham badminton performance centre and volunteering at the local badminton clubs, allows his to have a positive influence on young badminton players.

Competitive Record

  • 2014 Commonwealth Games Silver and Bronze Medallist.
  • National Champion 2011 in Mens Doubles.
  • Multiple European Medallist.
  • Multiple European Circuit Title Winner 09-17.
  • European Junior Champion 2007.
  • European Junior Team Champion 2007.
  • Multiple Junior National Champion.
  • Captain of First Milton Keynes National Badminton League team.
  • Team GB athlete.