‘Phawit’ shows tough before defeating the first week of the championship round 8 people ‘Thailand Championship’

‘Phawit’ shows tough before defeating the first week of the championship round 8 people ‘Thailand Championship’

The 2nd professional tennis tournament, “Thailand Championship 2021”, won a total prize money of 600,000 baht and accumulated points of Thailand ranking. At Muang Thong Thani National Tennis Development Center held under COVID-19 Prevention Measures on February 25, an interesting pair in the singles category, the fourth or the last 16, “Boom” Kasidit successfully placed the ranking. 2 of the 20-year-old program from Bangkok, the 30th SEA Games national team, and also the 1st men’s singles champion “Thailand Championship 2021” meets “Mang Po” Phawit Sorn from Rayong, 21 years old and is Hands placed 21st on the list.

This couple have fun fighting. Both wield weapons and duel to make the game close throughout the competition. Before winning each set, making a 1-1 set, and in the deciding set, Kasidit had a chance to lead before 5-1, but could not close the game.Pawit collected points until passing to 6-5 before Kasidit will ask to give up due to cramping causing Phawit to win 2-1 set 6-7 (2), 7-5 and 6-5 Retd. Which took 3.49 hours to compete for Phawit. Qualified before the semi-finals or round 8, the last one met Supawat Saeoui, a young star from Phuket who won Worawin Kamthorn Kittikul from Nonthaburi 2-1, set 6-3, 1-6, 6-2.

On the third round of single women (16 people) “Aomsin” Unchisa Chantha, a young star, 18 years old, has a bronze medal. 30th SEA Games’ solo female in the Philippines From Prachuap Khiri Khan And is the sixth hand of the list, moving forward to win the next round successfully after defeating “Nun” Kamonwan Buaem, a 25-year-old former national team, 11th hand in the list from Chonburi with the score 7-6 (2), 4- 1Retd. After Kamonwan would like to give up due to abdominal pain, Anchisa qualified for the first semifinals to meet Manchaya Sawang, a third hand from Singburi, who won Lal Nathara Rudee from Nakhon Si Thammarat 1-0 retire after Lalna asked to give up because of the pain in her abdominal muscles.

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While tennis players ranked number 1 in both men’s and women’s singles programs Both of them entered the quarter-finals by “Junior” Vichaya Trongcharoenchaikultheng, one of Bangkok, won Saranpong Suthipong from Nonthaburi in the men’s singles round of 16, the last 2-0 set 6. -1, 6-1, “Earth”, only Tharnprai, Phakteng, one woman from Nonthaburi Rounded by chasing to beat Tapanee Boonwat from Nonthaburi as well in the female singles round of 16, the last 2-0, set 6-0, 6-1

For the results of the other matches, female singles, third round (16 people), Pimrada Chattawapornwanich (Bangkok) won Chom Phutip Chandakhet (Nonthaburi) 6-3, 2-6, 6-1, Thamachan Momkhuntod (Nakhon Ratchasima) Chana Yatawee Chimchum (Sisaket) 6-2, 7-5, Patcharin Cheepchandet (5- Khon Kaen hands) Chana Supapitchueram (Kor Bangkok) 4-6, 6-1, 6-4, Natthanida Luangnam (Hand Lay 2- Sukhothai) Chana Rada Manathawiwat (Bangkok) 6-2, 6-0

Single men, four rounds (16 people) Thanphet Chantha (Hand Lay 8-Prachuap Khiri Khan) Chana Yuttana Charoenphon (Ang Thong) 6-1, 7-6 (3), Suk Samran Army Base (Hand Lay 6-Lop Buri) Chana Thiradan Tor Trakul (Bangkok) 4-6, 7-5, 1-0Retd. (Shortness of breath), Kritin Koyakun (Hand Wang 7-Phangnga) Chayanon Kaew Sutho (Saraburi) 6-3 , 6-2, Phathorn Hanchaikul, Chana Worachonrak Puangchon (Bangkok) 6-4, 2-6, 6-3, Prasad Isro (Songkhla) Chana Sirawit Sudanet (Amnat Charoen) 6 -4, 6-3

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