Triumphing at the 2017 BCS Russian Open in April, part of the Professional World Tour, the 27-year-old from Bowdon has now won three out of four tournament titles in the last six month.
His rich vein of form has seen him leap 63 places in the world rankings, moving from 148 to 85. The rankings were announced in May 2017.
Having turned professional in 2009, Adam has represented England u19 at the Junior Men’s World Team Championships in Switzerland in 2008. His home club is Bowdon, who he represents in the domestic North West Counties Squash League. He also represents Abbeydale in the Yorkshire League, Nottingham in Premier League Squash and LA Squasher Harsefeld-Stade in Bundesliga, Germany.
Adam said: “I’ve been really pleased with my recent form. A few things seem to have clicked in to place for me in the past six months, maybe more on the mental side of the game than the physical, and since getting over the hurdle of capturing my first title I’ve managed to use that confidence and win three out of four finals since December. The next goal ranking-wise is to get inside the top 50 so hopefully I can take this form in to some bigger tournaments and make that a reality in the next 6-12 months.”