Joshna Chinappa

Joshna Chinappa

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Joshna Chinappa (born 1986) is a squash player based in India.

Joshna was the first Indian girl to win the British Squash Championship title in 2003 in the under 19 category, at Sheffield, U.K and was also the youngest Indian women's national champion.

Joshna Chinappa is the first beneficiary of the 40 core Mittal Champions Trust.

A trainee of the Indian Squash Academy (erstwhile ICL academy), Chennai, Joshna, currently ranked 37 in the world.


  • NSC Series No. 6 (Tour 12) 2009 - Winner
  • British Junior Open, 2005 – Winner
  • Asian Junior, 2005 – Winner
  • World Junior, Belgium, 2005 – Runner-up
  • British Open Junior, 2004 – Runner-up
  • SAF Games, Pakistan, 2004 – Gold
  • Hong Kong event, 2004 – Runner-up
  • Asian Championship, 2004 – Bronze
  • Malaysian Junior, 2004 – Winner
  • Indian National Junior, 2004 – Winner
  • Indian National Senior, 2004 – Winner
Indian National Senior, 2004 – WinnerIndian National Senior, 2004 – WinnerIndian National Senior, 2004 – Winner

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