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Joshna Chinappa grew up on 15 September, 1986 in Chennai, India, is an Indian professional squash player. Find Joshna Chinappa’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is She in this year and how She do with money?? Know how She earned most of networth at the age of 34 years of age.

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How old? 35 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 15 September 1986
Born day 15 September
Birthplace Chennai, India

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At 35 years of age. Joshna Chinappa height is 1.73 m .

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In April 2018, Joshna upset Nicol David in the second round, in straight games, of the El Gouna World Series Event. This is one of Joshna Chinappa’s more prominent upsets.


In May, Joshna reached the semifinals of 2016 HKFC International in Hong Kong. This time she was able to beat Annie Au 3–2, to whom she lost the same title the previous year. But, she lost in the finals against New Zealand’s Joelle King. In July, she rose to her new career-high ranking of 10, becoming the second Indian to break into the world’s top 10 after Dipika Pallikal. In October, she reached the finals of the 2016 Otters International in Mumbai after beating Tesni Evans. She lost to Hong Kong rival Annie Au in the finals 9–11 11–13 7–11.


In May, Joshna reached the semifinals of 2015 HKFC International, but failed to beat Annie Au from Hong Kong. In August, she won the Victorian Open in Australia for her tenth tour title. She beat Line Hansen from Denmark 11–5, 11–4, 11–9. In September, she won the NSCI Open title, by beating Egypt’s Habiba Mohamed 11–8, 11–9, 11–6. She was injured during the second game of the match, after Mohamed unintentionally hit her on the face with the racket.


At the 2014 Commonwealth Games Chinappa along with Dipika Pallikal Karthik won the squash women’s doubles gold medal, making it India’s first ever Commonwealth Games medal in the sport. The pair won a Silver medal at the event’s 2018 Gold Coast edition losing to team New Zealand, Joelle King and Amanda Landers-Murphy. Chinappa trains at the Indian Squash Academy, Chennai.

In August, Joshna and Dipika Pallikal entered the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow as the fifth-seeds in women’s doubles. After winning every match in the group stage, they advanced to quarterfinals in which they beat Joelle King and Amanda Land-Murphy in straight games. They beat second-seeded Australian pair of Rachael Grinham and Kasey Brown in semifinals to reach the final where they beat the English pair of Jenny Duncalf and Laura Massaro. It was an upset win against the top-seeded pair under 28 minutes with scorelines, 11–6, 11–8. Joshna and Dipika created history by winning the gold medal at the event. This was the first ever squash medal in the Commonwealth Games for India.


In February, Joshna won the Winter Club Women’s Open In April, she won the Richmond Open, by upsetting Australia’s former world champion Rachael Grinham 11–9, 11–5, 11–8. It was also her first win against Rachael in six meetings. In March, she reached her new career-high PSA world ranking of 19.

In October, she beat Salma Hany from Egypt 11–9, 8–11, 5–11, 11–8, 11–9 to reach the semifinals of the 2015 Carol Weymuller Open. She was beat by Joelle King in the semifinals. In the first round of Qatar Classic, Joshna defeated Raneem El Welily from Egypt, who was the world no. 1 at the time. In December 2015, she reached her career-high world rank of 13. She become the highest ranked Indian woman player, overtaking Dipika Pallikal in rankings for the first time.


On 2 February 2014, she won the Winnipeg Winter Open trophy – her maiden WSA world title, by defeating Egypt`s Heba El Torky 11-13 11-8 11-5 3-11 12-10 in the final.


In 2010, She won German Ladies Open, beating Gaby Schmohl 11–6, 11–7, 11–6 at Saarbrucken. This was her fourth tour title, first in Europe. In 2011, she won the Windy City Open, by beating her compatriot Dipika Pallikal 3–2 in the final. Joshna faced an injury lay-off in August while playing in the Hamptons Open. When she came back after a seven-month break in May 2012, she clinched the WISPA title in the 2012 Chennai Open on her hometown. Joshna defeated Sarah Jane Perry of England 9–11, 11–4, 11–8, 12–10.


Joshna won her first WISPA tour title in 2008 when she won the NSC Super Satellite No 3 in Malaysia, by beating Low Wee Wern. The very next week, she beat Wern again in NSC Super Satellite to claim her second tour title. At this time, she was at her career best PSA World rank of 39.


Joshna is the first beneficiary of the Mittal Champions Trust (2005 to 2014) which was a trust which supported Indian athletes, funded by Lakshmi Mittal and founded by Mahesh Bhupati.


In 2000, Joshna won her first junior and senior national championship titles. She became the youngest player to hold both titles at the age of 14. In 2003, Joshna created history by winning the British Junior Open title in U17 category when she was 16. The next year, she reached the final of the U19 category same competition where she lost to Egypt’s Omneya Abdel Kawy. In 2005, she came back to the same tournament again and clinched the title after beating Tenille Swartz of South Africa. In 2007, Joshna said that she has decided to shift from Mohammad Medhaat to coach under Malcolm Willstrop.


Joshna Chinappa (born 15 September 1986) is an Indian professional squash player. She reached a career-high world ranking of World No. 10 in July 2016. Joshna was the first Indian to win the British Squash Championship title in 2005 in the under 19 category and was also the youngest Indian women’s national champion.

Joshna Chinnappa grew up in Chennai, Tamil Nadu on 15 September 1986. Her great granduncle, K.M. Cariappa, who was the first commander-in-chief of the Indian Army in independent India, grandfather and father were all squash players. Joshna’s started playing squash at the age of seven. Her father Anjan Chinappa runs a coffee plantation at Coorg. When she was eight, she considered whether to pursue badminton or tennis. Eventually, she chose squash which she started playing at the Madras Cricket Club. Her father, who represented Tamil Nadu squash team was also her first coach.