youth badminton competition “Badminton Asia U17 & U15 Junior Championship 2022” or Asian Youth Championship 2022, age 17 and under and age 15 and under at Central Plaza Chaengwattana, Chaengwattana Road, Pak Kret District, Nonthaburi on Sunday 4th December 2022 is the sixth day of competition in the Finals.
was awarded by Khunying Pattama Leeswadtrakul International Olympic Committee or IOC Member Vice President of Badminton World Federation and President of Badminton Association of Thailand under the Royal Patronage of His Majesty the King Mr. Bambang Rodyanto President of Asian Badminton Federation Mr. Nattawut Manacharoen, General Manager of Sport Ultimate Co., Ltd. (Badminton Sports Equipment ” Li Li Ning”), Khun Phairat Thanyacharoen, a representative of Toyota Motor Thailand Co., Ltd., Khun Tatarat Meekamsat, general manager of Central Chaengwattana Shopping Mall they jointly presented the prizes to the athletes.
U-17 Women’s Singles semifinalist “Som” Sarunrak Vitidsant, second seed in the program, showed strong form and scored a win over second seeded Alnati Hudar from India. Almost 2-1 games, 21-18, 9-21, 21-14, took 66 minutes to compete, “Som” Saranrak became the Asian Under-17 champion of the year.
U-15 Girls’ Singles “Noo Waen” Anpat Pichitprechasak, number 1 in the program, continues to show good form continuously, being the department in charge of the game, scoring runs to defeat “Grace” Patsorn Panchae. , 21-13, 21-16, 27-minute games, “Nu Waen” Anphat won the Asian Under-15 Championship of the year.
U-15 women’s doubles category, “Grace” Patsaorn Phanachet and “Ruang Khao” Yataweemin Ketkliang, helping to show good form, chasing and scoring, defeating Sora Hatakiyama and Hana Mizu from Japan went 2-0 in the victory, 21- 10, 21-17, it took 41 minutes to compete, “Grace” Patsorn and “Ruangkhao” Yatavimin won the Asian Championship Women’s Under 15 to win
As for the results of the other matches in the semifinals are as follows.
U-17 men’s singles: Taiwan’s Wei Chengxu beats top-seeded Muhammad Fireqe from Malaysia, 21-17, 21-19, U-17 men’s doubles.
Taiwan’s second seeds Chai Poyu and Yihao Lin beat second seeds Ash Mohamad and Sanka Salaswat from India, 21-13, 19-21, 24-22, in the women’s doubles. Korea defeated Titis Maolida Rama and Bernardine Anindiya Wadana, the tournament’s No. 7 seed from Indonesia, 21-18, 21.-18. U17 mixed doubles category Baoxin dagu Lawai and Chia Miyin 7th seed of the tournament from Taiwan defeated Darren Aurereus and Tthis Malleda Rama in the 1st seed. of articles from Indonesia 21-15, 21-15
Taiwan’s U-15 year-old Yi Chunxiang men’s singles beat India’s Anise Danai Topani 21-8, 22-24, 21-19 Taiwan’s U-15 year-old mixed doubles Zhi Yuanhuang and Taiwan’s Chia Yi Kang beat Teng Shifai and Anna Liu Hoi Gyu, the top seed of Hong Kong, 25-23, 18-21, 21-15.South Korea defeated Muhammad Riski Mubarok and Rihal Daffa Pramono, the top seeds of Indonesia, 22-20 , 21-19.
Khunying Pattama Leesawattrakul International Olympic Committee or IOC Member Vice President of Badminton World Federation And President of Badminton Association of Thailand said, “Congratulations and congratulations to Thailand’s young badminton players who performed excellently, winning 3 categories.
Especially in U-15 model, all 3 athletes, “Noo Waen” Anpat, “Grace” Patsaorn, “Ruang Khao” Yatawimin can show very good results. He successfully won the championship in both women’s singles and women’s doubles, he was confident that all three would be the new hope of Thai badminton industry in the future. Get ready to become a major force for the Thailand youth team to surely challenge for the U19 World Youth Championship. But especially for the organization of this competition, he believes that many young Thai badminton players have gained experience by participating in major international tournaments. I have seen the skills of athletes from many Asian nations and how they have evolved. To be able to continue to improve and correct the defects found in this competition
in the U-17 generation Thailand’s youth athlete “Som” Sarunrak Witidsant, at the age of 16, is the most experienced badminton player to pass the 2022 World Youth Championships in Spain. He did a good job as second hand of the list, in the finals he was able to narrowly beat the first hand of the list from India 2-1, he believed it would boost his confidence to develop his skills of him. “View” Kunwut, who rose in the world rankings in the current world to occupy the eighth hand in the world.
Next Wednesday, would like to invite Thai sports fans to send encouragement to 10 Thai badminton players to fight for a big tournament, “HSBC BWF World”. Tour Finals 2022″ with the highest prize pool of $1,500,000, or approximately 54,000,000 baht, is the latest entry of the year on the world badminton federation’s calendar. Thailand will be honored to host the competition and will be broadcast live worldwide which will be held from 7 to 11 December 2022 at Nimibutr Sports Building national stadium Bangkok Thailand badminton fans can buy tournament tickets at Thai Ticket Major, each branch AND watch live on SPOTV, True Sport 3, True Sport 7 and TRUE4U Channel 24.