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Created on 17 September 2012
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Martin Campbell

Player BIO

Name: Martin Campbell
Marital Status: Single
DOB: 26/07/1990
Residence:  Edinburgh
Playing Hand: Right
Discipline: Men's Doubles & Mixed Doubles
Current Partner(s) Patrick MacHugh & Jillie Cooper
Sponsors: Yonex, Gannon Sports
Career Highlights: Winning the Yonex Dorothy Hinchcliff/BWA Young Player of the Year award in 2009
International Caps: 23


Coach(es): Andy Bowman
Equipment used: Yonex ARCSABER 11 RACQUET, Yonex SHB02 MX shoes, Yonex BG80 string, Yonex clothing

International Titles & other achievements:

  • 2016 Iceland International Men's Doubles runner-up
  • 2015 Hungarian International Men's Doubles winner
  • 2015 Portuguese International Men's Doubles runner-up
  • 2015 Iceland International Men's Doubles champion
  • Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Team Scotland squad
  • 2014 Romanian International Mixed Doubles Champion
  • 2014 Portuguese Men's Doubles runner-up
  • 2014 BWF Iceland International Men's Doubles Champion
  • 2013 Yonex Welsh International Men's Doubles semi-finalist
  • 2013 Bulgarian Eurasia Open Men's Doubles Champion 
  • 2013 Sudirman Cup Finished Top of Group 2
  • 2011 Welsh International Mixed Doubles Champion
  • U15 Olve Belgium Open Boys' Singles
  • U15 English Junior Challenger Select Boys' Doubles
  • U15 Quadrangular International Boys' Singles and Boys' Doubles
  • U17 Quadrangular International Boys' Singles
  • U17 English Gold Challenger Wins: 1 Boys' Singles, 2
  • Boys' Doubles and 1 Mixed Doubles
  • U17 Aros Cup Denmark Boys' Doubles Champion
  • U19 Wycombe Boys' Doubles Champion
  • U19 Sussex Boys' Doubles Champion
  • U18 Wycombe Open Boys' Singles Champion
  • U18 Nottingham Open Boys' Singles Champion
  • U18 English Circuit Grand Finals Boys' Singles and Boys' Doubles Champion
  • U19 English Open Circuit Boys' Doubles Winner
  • U19 Yorkshire Open Boys' Singles Champion
  • Northumberland International U19 Men's Doubles Champion
  • Belgium Junior U19 Men's Doubles Champion
Scottish Titles:
  • Yonex Scottish National Men's Doubles champion 2015
  • Scottish National Junior U23 Boys' Doubles Champion 2010
  • Scottish National Junior U23 Boys' Doubles Champion 2009
  • Scottish National Junior U23 Mixed Doubles Champion 2008
  • Scottish National Junior U19 Boys' Singles and Doubles Champion
  • Scottish National Junior U17 Boys' Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles Champion
  • Scottish National Junior U15 Boys' Singles & Doubles Champion
  • Scottish National Junior U13 Boys' Doubles Champion
  • Scottish Schools U19 Boys' Singles Champion
  • Scottish Schools U14 Boys' Doubles Champion
  • Scottish Schools U14 & U19 Mixed Doubles Champion
Other Achievements:
  • 2010 Bank of Scotland International Men's Doubles quarter-finalist
  • 2010 Bulgarian International Men's Doubles Runner-up
  • Winning the Yonex Dorothy Hinchcliff/BWA Young Player of the Year award in 2009
  • Winning Olve Belgium Open U15 Boys' Singles
  • Winning the treble at the U17 Scottish Nationals
  • Winning the U17 Boys' Doubles in the Aros Cup in Denmark
  • Winning a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Youth Games in Men's Singles
  • Reaching final of Men's Doubles in Scottish Senior Nationals (2009)
  • Reaching 4th in European U19 boys' singles rankings and 3rd in U19 boys' doubles rankings
  • Final of 2011 Welsh International Men's Doubles
  • Reaching No. 62 in Men's Doubles Rankings
  • Reaching Final of 2011 Men's Doubles and Mixed Doubles at 2011 Scottish Senior Nationals
Badminton Goals & Ambitions:

Short term – Win EBU Men's Doubles Event, reach Top 50 in World Rankings
Long term – Compete in the Commonwealth Games and Olympic Games

When did you start playing badminton and why?

When I was 7 years old. I started by joining in with my dad.

Typical Week Training Schedule: 5 days per week - combination of on-court and strength & conditioning sessions.
What do you enjoy most about being a badminton player?

Winning a tournament

Tips for badminton:

You've got to believe it to do it!

Hobbies: Golf and tennis
Favourite food: Indian and Italian
Favourite music: Eminem
Favourite foreign badminton destination: Denmark
Favourite Badminton Tournament:

Commonwealth Youth Games

Favourite Sports person: Roger Federer and Tiger Woods
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