Kane Waselenchuk
  • Birthdate: 11/09/1980
  • Residence: Austin, TX
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Plays: Left-Handed
  • Turned Pro: 2000

The era of Kane's dominance continues as the player who started setting records as a rookie on the pro Tour, capping the 2013-2014 season with his 9th World Championship, exceeding the mark of six world titles established in 2002. After an upset loss from #4 Jose Rojas in the semifinals of the Novasors Ghost of Georgetown Kansas City 2013 season opener, he rebounded from his first non-forfeit loss in five years by winning the 2014 UnitedHealthcare US Open, notching a record-breaking 71st top tier win to further cement his place in the sport's history.

Physically gifted, mentally focused, and one of the most dominating athletes in the world today, he twice defended the #1-ranking he first earned in 2004 until a two-year suspension took him out of the game. With a strengthened resolve, Kane returned to professional racquetball in late 2008, charged back to the top, and stands as the most dominating player in racquetball history.

Notable Accomplishments:
  • 9-time World Champion
  • Lost only 1 match in 5 years
  • 9-time US Open Champion
  • Record-holding 71 Top-Tier Titles