Kia Ora my name is Joelle King.
I’m from Cambridge, New Zealand and I am a professional squash player.
After a number of years of hard work and some recent successful tournaments, my world ranking peaked at number 4 on the WSA rankings.
I am busy recovering from an Achilles break and back to running and training hard for a return to the world circuit in May at the British Open.
Thank you to everyone for your continued support! It's really appreciated.
Are you a member of my fan club? You better join up quick, there's a competition just started to win a great prize. Run's through to February and all correct entries will go in the draw to win a fantastic prize, so go on join up and get into it.
Plus fans get access to extra content like workouts and exercise tips and my favourite recipes.
Be great to see you there
Trying to get some of the children in Te Awamutu into Squash. Fun day.
Joelle's available for speaking engagements, awards presentations and once back playing exhibition matches. Contact her management team to discuss availability and fees.
Hey to join the fan club, just click on the fan club link above, register and you will be sent an email once you registration is approved. EASY!
Thanks to to all these partners, your continued support and assistance is really appreciated.
Love getting packages in the mail especially when they are this good!!!! Thanks so much to USANA for keeping me healthy and fed on my road back from injury.
Joey at the open!
"I really feel emotional today, it’s been a long road, and I’m really privileged to be able to come back"
Made it to the Quarters and gave it a good go. Great to be back into it.
Well today is the day. My first tournament back after injury 9 months ago. I'm beyond excited to play and am proud of myself for getting back to this point. I play Sabrina Sobhy tonight 6pm uk time.
Off to the British Open
Watch out Britain, here I come. Excited to be playing back on the circuit. Playing at number 10 in the first round. Go here for the draw >>>>
Kiwi squash star Joelle King mended and looking to come back stronger
Top New Zealand squash player Joelle King is making good strides in her recovery from injury and is confident of a good showing at the prestigious British Open next month.
King ruptured an Achilles tendon during the final of the national championships in August last year, but has been back on the court for a month now. The 26-year-old from Cambridge has played three tournaments so far on her return - winning the women's titles at the Matamata Open, Te Puke Open and Remuera Classic, while also competing in the men's divisions.
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Are you a winner?
Watch me draw the winner of the Racquet. Good Luck!
I'm in the Fitness Journal
Great article in the Fitness Journal. Thanks to Lisa and the team.
Take the link and have a read.
Squash to play Live on SKY TV NZ.
SKY TV in NZ will play live games from the world series.
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This is what Squash on TV looks like!
Check this rally out, can't say I've ever dived to get a ball but amazing commitment from Kanzy!!! Try this out next time you play
Out n About in my wheels!
This baby is making its way around the country. Devoy Squash and Fitness yesterday. Thanks for having us!!!
I Love these wheels, thanks so much Honda New Zealand #bestcarsponsors #travelling
On the come back!
I'm coming back!!! Feels so good to be on court even just solo stuff.
Joelle King's squash comeback gathers pace
Joelle King should be back running by the middle of next month and is eyeing a return to the court in March as she continues to progress well from an achilles injury.
After rupturing her tendon during the final of the national championships in August, King said she felt lucky the ailment was mending nicely, but was also confident she had done everything in her power to make a swift return.
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