|Born||26 September 1978|
Helmond, the Netherlands
|Height||1.69 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Weight||64 kg (141 lb)|
|Women's singles & doubles|
|Highest ranking||19 (WS) 22 Oct 2009|
32 (WD) 21 Jan 2010
Meulendijks started playing badminton at the BC Phoenix in her hometown and then she went to BC Geldrop. In her junior career, she won 1994 Dutch junior championships in the girls' doubles partnered with Antoinette Achterberg, and in 1995 in the mixed doubles with Dicky Palyama. In 1996, she elected to join the national team, and at the same year she won the national women's singles title. In 2007, she won the gold medal at the European Junior Championships in the girls' singles event, and also became the first of world-class junior players to make a mark on the International Badminton Federation tournament circuit when she took the women's singles title at the Dutch Open.
In 2000, she competed at the Sydney Olympics in women's singles and was beaten in round of 32 by Ye Zhaoying, of China, 11-3, 9-11, 11-7. Meulendijks was a part of the Dutch team who won the 2002 bronze and 2006 silver at the Uber Cup.
She won the Dutch National Badminton Championships three times in the Women's singles category (1996, 2008 & 2012) and the Women's doubles two times (2006 & 2007) with Brenda Beenhakker. She ended her international singles career in style reaching the finals at her home Dutch Open event in 2012 were she lost to Czech player Kristina Gavnholt. She played for many clubs in the Netherlands (BC Phoenix, BC Geldrop, Pellikaan Tilburg, BC Nuenen, BCO Bali & BC Duinwijck), Germany (FC Langenfeld & Bayer Uerdingen with which she won the German Bundesliga title in 2002 & 2003) and Denmark (Team Aarhus & Vendsyssel). She now is a badminton coach in Switzerland.
|2006||Sendai and Tokyo, Japan||Women's team||2|
|2002||Guangzhou, China||Women's team||3|
|European Women's Team Championships|
|2012||Amsterdam, Netherlands||Women's team||3|
|2008||Almere, Netherlands||Women's team||2|
|2006||Thessalonica, Greece||Women's team||1|
|European Junior Championships|
|1997||Nymburk, Czech Republic||Girls' singles||1|
|BWF Grand Prix|
|2012||Dutch Open||Women's singles||2|
|2010||U.S. Open||Women's singles||2|
|2009||Dutch Open||Women's singles||2|
|2007||Dutch Open||Women's singles||2|
|BWF International Challenge/Series|
|2012||Belgian International||Women's doubles ( Johanna Goliszewski)||2|
|2012||French International||Women's singles||1|
|2012||French International||Women's doubles ( Johanna Goliszewski)||1|
|2012||Estonian International||Women's singles||1|
|2011||Scottish International||Women's singles||1|
|2010||Turkey International||Women's singles||1|
|2010||Spanish International||Women's singles||2|
|2009||Finnish Open||Women's singles||2|
|2008||Czech International||Women's singles||2|
|2007||Spanish International||Women's singles||2|
|2007||Portugal International||Women's singles||1|
|IBF World Grand Prix|
|2006||Macau Open||Women's singles||1|
|1997||Dutch Open||Women's singles||1|
|Other International Championships|
|2006||Spanish International||Women's singles||2|
|2005||Scottish Open||Women's singles||2|
|2003||French Open||Women's singles||2|
|2003||Portugal International||Women's singles||2|
|2001||Croatian International||Women's singles||2|
|2000||BMW Open||Women's singles||2|
|1999||BMW Open||Women's singles||2|
|1998||Amor International||Women's singles||1|
|1998||BMW Open||Women's doubles ( Erica van den Heuvel)||1|
|1997||Welsh International||Women's singles||2|
|1997||Austrian International||Women's singles||1|
- "Judith Meulendijks". www.sports-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 19 October 2016.
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- "Dutch Open: Dutch teenager takes singles crown". worldbadminton.com. Retrieved 13 July 2016.
- "Mia Audina ziet het goud al glinsteren" (in Dutch). Trouw. Retrieved 13 July 2016.
- "China Clinch Tenth Uber Cup". China Internet Information Center. Retrieved 13 July 2016.