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September 15, 1986 |
|Coached by||Malcolm Willstrop|
|Highest ranking||19 (March, 2014)|
|Current ranking||19 (March, 2014)|
|Last updated on: March, 2014.|
Joshna Chinappa (born 1986) is a squash player based in India.
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 is ranked in the top 19 in the world in March 2014.
In May 2012, Joshna defeated Sarah Jane Perry of England 9-11, 11-4, 11-8, 12-10, to win the Chennai Open.
On Feb 2, 2014, she won the Winnipeg Winter Open trophy - her maiden WSA world title, by defeating Egypt`s Heba El Torky 11-13 11-8 11-5 3-11 12-10 in the final. 
- 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
- Winnipeg Winter Open trophy 2014 - Winner
- "Joshna Chinappa". Retrieved 2012-06-10.
- http://zeenews.india.com/sports/others/joshna-chinappa-notches-winnipeg-open-title_779710.html. Missing or empty
- Profile at WISPA official website
- Joshna Chinappa profile on the WSA
- Profile at Squashinfo.com
- ISP Squash Site Article on Chinappa
- The Hindu article on training for the world juniors
- Joshna Adopted by Laxmi Mittal
- Joshna Chinappa won the third WISPA title of her career
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