Dipika Rebecca Pallikal is the most popular squash player of india. Dipika born in Chennai in 1991. He is amongst the top 10 women in Chennai. Ranked No.38 in the Women’s International Squash Association as on 1st july 2010 and Ranked as Asia’s No.1 in the Under-19 category. As on may 1st 2010, ranked no:1 in the World Rising Star WISPA ranking.Dipaka's postal address : No:5, C Haddows Road, Chennai – 600006. E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
A list of medals received by Dipika Pallikal in International tournaments:
Gold Medalist - Asian Juniors - Srilanka July 2010
Bronze Medalist - World Juniors - Cologne
Silver Medalist - WISPA - Kuwait
Gold Medalist - WISPA - Calcutta
Bronze Medalist - Asian Seniors - Chennai
Gold Medalist - Women's Doubles - Manchester
Gold Medalist - Mixed Doubles - Chennai
Winner Girls Under 13 German Junior Squash Open, May 2003, Stuttgart
Winner Girls Under 13 Belgium Junior Open November 2003 Herentals.
Winner Girls Under 13 Scottish Junior Open, December 2004 Edinburg.
Winner Girls Under 13 Australian Open, April 2004 Melbourne
Winner Girls Under 13 German Junior Open, May 2004 Stuttgart
Winner Girls Under 13 Dutch Junior Open, July 2004, Amsterdam.
Runner up Girls Under 15 Malaysian Open, May 2004 Kuala Lumpur
Winner Girls Under 15 French Junior Open, February 2005 Marseilles.
Winner Girls Under 15 Australian Junior Open –1, April 2005 Adelaide
Winner Girls Under 15 Australian Junior Open – 2 April 2005 Adelaide
Winner Girls Under 15 Dutch Junior Open, July 2005, Amsterdam.
Winner Girls Under 15 German Junior Open, May 2006 Stuttgart.
Winner Girls Under 15 Asian Junior Individual Squash Championship, June 2006 Singapore.
Winner Girls Under 15 Pioneer Junior Open, July 2006 Cologne.
Winner Girls Under 15 Dutch Junior Open, July 2006 Amsterdam.
Winner Individual - won Silver Medal at SAG games held at Colombo, August 2006
Winner Team event won Gold Medal at SAG games held at Colombo, August 2006
Winner Girls Under 17 Nordic Junior Open, September 2007 Malmo, Sweden.
Winner Girls Under 17 British Junior Open, January 2007, Sheffield, United Kingdom.
Runner UP Girls Under 19 Asian Juniors, January 2009
Runner UP Girls Under 19 British Open, January 2009
Bronze Medalist - World Juniors, August 2009