Paul Coll Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Professional Career, Children (Update 2022)

Paul Coll Net Worth

Paul Coll is a professional squash player who represents New Zealand know all about Paul Coll Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Professional Career, Children

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Name Paul Coll
Birthdate ( Age) 9 May 1992
Place of Birth Greymouth, New Zealand
Nationality New Zealand
Marital Status  In Relationship
Spouse/Partner Nele Gilis
Children Not Yet
Parents Julie and Michael
Education Not Known
Profession Professional squash player
Net Worth $2.5 million
Last Update 2022

Paul Coll is a professional squash player who represents New Zealand. He currently has a career-high world ranking of World No. 4 as of August 2021 and is the current British Open champion. On 22 August 2021, Paul Coll won the British Open championship and became the first New Zealander to win the British Open men’s squash title.

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Paul Coll Family

Paul Coll was born on 9 May 1992. Coll’s uncle was the New Zealand rugby league player Tony Coll.His Parents name is Julie and Michael.As West Coast kids, Coll dabbled in almost every sport going – rugby league, hockey, basketball and football – but found his natural home after trailing dad Michael to the Greymouth Squash Club.”Mum kicked me out of home at 13 and sent me to boarding school,” he quipped. Julie Coll thought her son “could do something special” with more training and better competition.

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Paul Coll Wife

Paul Coll is in relationship with long time partner Nele Gilis. Paul Coll and Nele Gilis were the first couple to test their knowledge about their partner in our Mr and Mrs series. There is no any conformation they got married.

Paul Coll Net Worth

Paul Coll is a professional squash player who represents New Zealand has an estimated Net Worth of between $2.5 million in 2022.

Paul Coll Professional Career

Coll‘s first major breakthrough came when he was ranked 31st in the world and won the $100,000 St. George’s Hill Classic in Weybridge, England as a qualifier.

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Paul Coll

He beat 4 players in the top 20 to win the title, which raised him to no. 20 in the world. He made history in September 2017 as he became no. 10 in the PSA World Rankings. He is only the fourth Kiwi to break the top 10 in the world, the ones before him including former world champion and world no. 2 Ross Norman.

Coll claimed his first Commonwealth Games medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games as he clinched a silver medal in the men’s singles event after being defeated by veteran English squash player, James Willstrop. On the other side, fellow New Zealand squash player, Joelle King clinched a historical gold medal in the women’s singles event.This was also the first instance where a male and a female squash player from New Zealand had managed to qualify in the final of the respective events at a Commonwealth Games event.

In September 2019, Coll won the 2019 Open De France Nantes in France. Coll was able to take the final in three games (12-10, 11-3, 11-9) defeating Joel Makin. On 22 August 2021, Paul Coll won the British Open championship and became the first New Zealander to win the British Open men’s squash title.

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