Chinappa has been one of India's finest squash players who has been bringing the country medals for the last 15 years. In 2014, she paired with Dipika Pallikal to win India's first Commonwealth Games gold medal in Glasgow, a feat she almost repeated in the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, eventually bagging a silver.
In 2016, she broke into the top 10 of the squash world rankings. She had a successful campaign in the 2018 Asian Games where she won the bronze in the singles event and a silver in the team event.
In June, she broke Bhuvneshwari Kumari's record by lifting the national squash title for a record 17th time.
Chinappa expressed her delight on the development, saying, "I'm thrilled to sign with Baseline Ventures and am looking forward to a fruitful association with the company."
Ghosal also expressed similar emotions when he said, "It's been a good year for me personally. After achieving my career-best ranking, I'm really excited to have signed with Baseline Ventures."
Baseline Ventures co-founder Vishal Jaison sounded extremely excited about the signings. He was quoted as saying, "Saurav and Joshna are proven performers in their sport and arguably the best squash talent this country has produced. It's an absolute pleasure to have them with us."