Early Life of Joshna Chinappa
Joshna Chinappa was born in the year 1986 in Kodagu District of Karnataka. She is also the youngest Indian to win the Women's National Championships. She was the trainee of the Indian Squash Academy, which was previously known as ICL academy in Chennai. Joshna Chinappa was ranked 19th in the world in March 2014.
Career of Joshna Chinappa
In May 2012, Joshna won the Chennai Open and defeated Sarah Jane Perry of England. On Feb 2, 2014, she won the Winnipeg Winter Open trophy which was her maiden WSA world title, by defeating Egypts Heba El Torky. At the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Chinappa along with Dipika Pallikal Karthik won the squash womens 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.
Achievents of Joshna Chinappa
Following are the achievements of Joshna Chinappa:
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