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Height 177cm

Weight 65kg

Birthplace Brooklyn

World Rank

46

Series Rank

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Haley Mendez

DOB 16 August 1993

CountryUnited States

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Flag (wales)A. Loke

Queen City Open 2020 - Regina, Canada

12 MAR      Round 2

  • 0-0

Flag (be)T. Gilis

The Windy City Open 2020 presented by the Walter Family - Chicago, United States

27 FEB      Round 1

  • 0-3
  • 4-11
  • 4-11
  • 6-11

Flag (eg)H. Ramadan

E.M. Noll Classic 2020 - Philadelphia, United States

31 JAN      Quarter final

  • 1-3
  • 11-9
  • 4-11
  • 11-13
  • 10-12

Flag (br)T. Serafini

E.M. Noll Classic 2020 - Philadelphia, United States

30 JAN      Round 1

  • 3-0
  • 11-1
  • 11-6
  • 11-3

Flag (my)L. Wern

Carol Weymuller Open 2020 - Brooklyn, United States

22 JAN      Round 1

  • 0-3
  • 9-11
  • 11-13
  • 7-11

Flag (be)T. Gilis

J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions 2020 - New York, United States

10 JAN      Round 1

  • 0-3
  • 11-13
  • 7-11
  • 4-11

Flag (in)J. Chinappa

CIB PSA Women's World Championship 2019-2020 - Cairo, Egypt

24 OCT      Round 1

  • 2-3
  • 11-9
  • 10-12
  • 11-8
  • 6-11
  • 6-11

Flag (au)R. Grinham

2019 FS Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships - Philadelphia, United States

5 OCT      Round 1

  • 2-3
  • 11-6
  • 7-11
  • 11-4
  • 4-11
  • 11-13

Flag (be)N. Gilis

Oracle NetSuite Open 2019 - San Francisco, United States

25 SEP      Round 1

  • 0-2
  • 3-11
  • 3-11

Player BIO

Haley Mendez Profile
Date of Birth 16th August, 1993
Height (cm) 177
Weight (kg) 65
Residence Brooklyn, United States
Coach Fiona Geaves, Linda Elriani, Ben Young
Interests Travel, Photography, Animals, Medicine
Other Sponsors Pinehouse Capital, Monteverdi Tuscany

Haley's formative years on court took place at the Heights Casino in Brooklyn. She was coached by exceptional group of former pros including Julian Wellings, Fiona Geaves and Linda Elriani.
During Haley's career she reached a national ranking of #1 as an U19. She was consistently in the top three of her age group and is a three time national finalist. Haley has represented the U.S. three times at the Junior World Championships, assisting the team to its first ever second place finish. She was the winner of US Squash’s DeRoy Sportsmanship Award presented annually to one male and one female ranked junior who has best represented and demonstrated the principles of fair play and sportsmanship during their junior career. While competing individually she was a four-time letter winner at Packer Collegiate High School and captained the boys’ team during her senior year.
Haley's playing career was interrupted during her senior year when she suffered a torn ACL followed several months later by a torn meniscus. While recovery was an arduous journey, her injuries and two resultant knee operations gave her the opportunity to build upon her coaching skills, in both individual, private lessons and school, team practices. Following this playing hiatus and a successful rehab program, Haley finally embarked upon her professional squash career in the fall of 2016. She eventually plans on going to business school after her playing career.
Since joining the tour in 2016, Haley has risen to a career high of #42 in the World, cementing herself inside the World's top 50 after just 12 months. She has represented team USA at the Pan American Games in each of the last three years, winning an individual silver medal (2016), a women's doubles bronze medal (2017), and 2 team gold medals (2016, 2018).
Mendez reached the semi finals of the Sentara Martha Jefferson Charlottesville Open in 2017, before finishing runner-up to Tinne Gilis in the final of the Internazionali D’Italia at the end of the calendar year. 2018 was a barren year on the PSA Tour for the American, but she did reach the semi finals of the CAC Squash Open, where she lost out to Millie Tomlinson.
Mendez also reached the last eight of the Nash Cup in one of her final tournaments of the calendar year. The American then made the last four of the Racquet Club Pro-Series, where she lost out to Sivasangari Subramanium.

Results

Queen City Open 2020 11 - 15 Mar PSA Challenger Tour 20 Event

The Windy City Open 2020 presented by the Walter Family 27 Feb - 04 Mar PSA World Tour Platinum Event

E.M. Noll Classic 2020 30 Jan - 02 Feb PSA Challenger Tour 10 Event

Carol Weymuller Open 2020 22 - 27 Jan PSA World Tour Bronze Event

J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions 2020 10 - 17 Jan PSA World Tour Platinum Event

CIB PSA Women's World Championship 2019-2020 24 Oct - 01 Nov PSA World Championships Event

2019 FS Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships 05 - 12 Oct PSA World Tour Platinum Event

Oracle NetSuite Open 2019 24 - 30 Sep PSA World Tour Gold Event

Open de France - Nantes 2019 presented by Tailor Capital 09 - 14 Sep PSA World Tour Silver Event

J.P. Morgan China Squash Open 2019 04 - 08 Sep PSA World Tour Gold Event

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Head To Head Results

Career Wins / Losses

32.1Win Ratio

Won 26

Lost 55

Retired 0

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Player Details

Haley Mendez Statistics
Years 10
Total Tournaments Played 56
Total Matches Played 81
Matches Won 26
Matches Lost 55
Finals 1
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