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Hi & Kia Ora!


My name is Joelle King.  I’m from New Zealand and I am a professional squash player.  After a number of successful tournaments, my world ranking is up to number 6 on the WISPA rankings - it feels amazing!!  Thank you to everyone for your continued support!

A bit about me: I grew up surrounded by a large extended family including 2 older brothers who always made sure I had a good grasp (sometimes literally!) of sibling rivalry.  From card games to backyard sport – everything was a competition to be the best!

Nothing has changed, well besides that I can now annihilate my bros on the squash court.  My competitive instincts and determination to be the world’s best squash player remains. 

Since 2010 I have been the New Zealand women's champion and a definite highlight was winning two medals (gold and silver) at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India. 

Enjoy my website and please leave me a message, I am also on facebook and love hearing from everyone!  



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March  - KL Open Squash Championships, semi finalist


November - WISPA World Number 5

Finalist - Finance City China Squash Open

Winner - Macau Open

Semi-Finalist - Delaware Investments U.S Open

Quarter-Finalist - Carol Weymuller Open

Finalist - Matamata Open

Finalist - Glo Greenwich Open, Conneticut, USA


October  - WISPA World Number 10

July - New Zealand National Champion


Dec - Waikato Sportswoman of the year

Dec - Maori Sports Woman of the year

Nov  - Waipa Sports Woman of the year.

Oct  - Commonwealth Games gold and silver medalist (Doubles and Mixed doubles)

Aug  -  New Zealand National Championships - Open Womens Division winner

April  - Won the Texas Open


Aug -   Won the Australian Open

June -  Won the victorian Open

June -  Won the NSW Open


June - Won my first WISPA title (North Island Championships)


Aug - 3rd place in both World & British Junior Championships


Youngest woman to be named in New Zealand Senior Womens team (aged 17)


Number 1 ranked New Zealand Junior (aged 16)



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