Just a quick update to say thank you to each and everyone of you for all your support and messages. Smile back on my face and ready to start the journey back to the court. Love you all xx
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 is up to number 4 on the WSA rankings and it feels amazing!!
Thank you to everyone for your continued support! It's really appreciated.
BRONZE Medal for Joelle in the Women's Singles. Yesssss!
"Thanks to each and everyone of you who has written messages of support. I'm sorry I can't reply to you one by one but know that I read and love them all. I love representing NZ and hope there will be many more exciting times ahead. Lots of love from Glasgow xx"
Joelle has outplayed Alison Waters in 3, 11-7, 11-7, 11-5. Bronze medal to Joelle, great stuff, #makingusproud Joelle!
Messages of Support
Congratulations on winning your bronze medal for woman's single squash. Room1 at Cambridge East are proud of you. We can only imagine how excited and pleased you were when you won your squash game against Alison Waters. It was very exciting waking up and hearing that you had won bronze.
Good luck for your doubles squash. We believe in you, and we know you will do really well. Go well, Joelle
Room One. Cambridge East School
"Go out there fighting for that win. Brea"
"Just give everything you have, keep hydrated and you will achieve your goals. Emma"
"Keep on doing what you love. Cameron"
"We are always be cheering for you and will be proud of you. Joel"
"Keep on going until the end. Sammy"
"Give it your best. Angus"
Hi Joelle. You are doing a get job representing New Zealand. Well done on receving a bronze. It is all very good at your house and your nan has been great. she has givin us lollies and all sorts. We have taken Reco, Toffee and Poppy for a walk as well. The first time we took them one of them took a little swim in the trough. Now I can see that they get up to a lot of trouble. Good luck in the doubles and mixed doubles. When you get home you'll have to show us your medal.