Milou van der Heijden joined the Tour in 2007 and has come to the forefront in recent years. It took her five years to capture her first Tour title but she defeated a series of home-grown players to storm to the NT Open crown in May 2012.
In February 2014 the Dutchwoman won her first Dutch Nationals title and followed that up with success at the WA Open three months later.
She was met with further triumphs in 2015 as she retained her Dutch Nationals title and added the Malaysian Tour Squash II crown to her burgeoning title collection.
Heijden finished off 2015 with another title after victory over Cryielle Peltier – who she had finished runner-up to one week prior at the New South Wales Open – in the City of Greater Bendigo International.
In 2016, she finished runner-up to Hana Moataz at the Grand Sport Armenia 1st Challenger 5. However, Heijden went onto taste more success, this time at the Val de Marne when she downed Julianne Courtice over three games in the final.
Another title came in the form of the Jersey Squash Classic the following year when she beat Lisa Aitken to seal victory and another title.