Resides Wilton, Connecticut
Club Chelsea Piers Connecticut
Birthdate January 23,1993
Hometown Brooklyn, NY
National Titles 2
PSA Titles 7
Olivia Blatchford Clyne first rose to prominence at junior level in 2007 when she won the British Junior Open U-15 event and the United States-based player hasn’t looked back since. She joined the Tour a year previously in 2006 and won her first Tour title in 2010.
After splitting time on the professional tour and as a teaching professional in Connecticut, Blatchford Clyne returned to the PSA World Tour full time in 2013 and has been on the ascendancy ever since.
After reaching her first career $70k final in march of 2017, Blatchford Clyne broke into the world’s top 20 ranks for the first time and has maintained her position there ever since. Blatchford Clyne first achieved her career high ranking of world No. 12 in December 17, and returned to her career high in 2020. Blatchford Clyne’s seventh and biggest title came at the $30k Women’s Detroit Pro Classic in 2019.
Blatchford Clyne has twice captured the women’s national singles title, first in 2017 and again in 2019.
Blatchford Clyne is a decorated Pan American Games veteran, having competed in three iterations of the quadrennial games at just twenty-six years old. In 2011, Blatchford Clyne earned two Bronze medals in the women’s doubles and team competitions. In 2015, Blatchford helped Team USA to a record haul with women’s team gold and women’s individual silver in Toronto. Blatchford Clyne repeated her team gold and individual silver as Team USA exceeded its medal record at the 2019 Games in Lima.
Six Americans will compete in the first Platinum event since the return of the PSA World Tour–the CIB Egyptian Open–this weekend in Cairo. The first two rounds of play will all take place on local courts, October 10-11, before the tournament shifts play to the iconic glass court next to the Pyramids of Giza, October […]
Watch Team USA’s Olivia Blatchford Clyne against Camille Serme in the El Gouna Open on SquashTV Saturday, April 20, at 12:30pm EDT.
Blatchford Clyne Lifts Second U.S. Women’s Championship Trophy; Harrity Ends Hanson’s Two-Year S.L. Green Reign
The 2019 U.S. Women’s Championship and S.L. Green U.S. Men’s Championship culminated with both top seeds prevailing in the finals as Olivia Blatchford Clyne earned her second national title, and Todd Harrity ended Chris Hanson‘s two-year reign to win his third national title Saturday night, March 30, at Squash on Fire in Washington, DC. The […]
Team USA’s Olivia Blatchford Clyne claimed her largest career PSA World Tour title, fulfilling her top seeding at the $18,000 Women’s CFO Consulting Services Calgary Squash Week Open, March 10, at the Calgary Winter Club in Canada. Blatchford Clyne, world No. 19, entered the tournament as the highest ranked player and enjoyed a first round […]
Olivia Blatchford Clyne was honored at the FS Investments U.S. Open with the 2017 United States Olympic Committee Athlete of the Year Award nomination. Rich Wade, the Senior Director of National Teams and Certifications, introduced Blatchford Clyne to a rousing ovation on the ASB GlassCourt. Blatchford Clyne, a twenty-five year-old Wilton, Connecticut-native, had a remarkable […]
Olivia Blatchford-Clyne and Mike Way will receive the USOC Athlete and Coach of the Year Awards, respectively, at the U.S. Open.
Watch Amanda Sobhy take on Nour El Tayeb in the British Open second round on SquashTV Wednesday, May 16, at 1:30pm EDT.