Further Personal Information
||She has two children.
||Lower Hutt, NZL
Sport Specific Information
|When and where did you begin this sport?
||He began playing at the age of six.
|Club / Team
||Wainuiomata: New Zealand
|Name of coach
|Coach from which country?
||She trains for four hours a day, six days a week.
||Reading, music. (WISPA, 10 Sep 2010)
|Memorable sporting achievement
||She was the 2004 New Zealand National Champion and the 2006 World women's Doubles Champion. (New Zealand Commonwealth Games Guide, 2010)
||To win a medal at the Commonwealth Games. (stuff.co.nz, 08 Sep 2010)
||STOP START CAREER
She was ranked 25 in the world rankings in 2005, then retired in 2006. She drifted in and out of the game before committing to it again in 2009 ahead of the Commonwealth Games in 2010. (stuff.co.nz, 08 Sep 2010)