Tania Bailey will be competing at her third Commonwealth Games
Stamford squash player Tania Bailey has been selected to represent Great Britain at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi in October.
Bailey, 30, won a silver medal in the women's doubles at the 2002 Games, and bronze in the same event in 2006.
She has slipped down the world rankings following a serious knee injury.
But she told BBC Lincolnshire: "It was a goal of mine but it looked a long way off over the last two years, but the team selectors have kept faith in me."
Bailey, who was a beaten quarter-finalist in the women's singles in 2002 and 2006, added: "Having played in two previous Commonwealth Games, my experience probably helped with their decision."