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“Suwat” opens the tennis battle “Cal-Comp” to stimulate tourism in Hua Hin
Tuesday, November 30, 2021, 11.49 a.m.
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On November 30, Mr. Suwat Liptapanlop, former Deputy Prime Minister and Honorary President of the Lawn Tennis Association of Thailand under royal patronage As the President of the Competition Advisor Presiding over the opening of the tennis tournament “Cal-Comp & CCAU Industry 4.0 Open 2021” to win a total prize money of 500,000 baht at GSB Center Court, True Arena Sports Club, Hua Hin, province. Prachuap Khiri Khan Mee Ms. Emily Chew, Sales Manager of Cal-Comp Automation and Industrial 4.0 Service (Thailand) Co., Ltd., Mr. Wasu Klomkliang, Senior Director of Strategy Development and Investment Planning. Energy Absolute Public Company Limited (EA) Mr. Songyot Ngamcherd Area Sales Manager Prachuap Khiri Khan Province True Corporation Public Company Limited Mr. Prapai Kraisornkowit Executive Vice President Office of the Board of Directors B.Grimm and Mr. Paradorn Srichaphan, a former tennis player, number 9 in the world, welcomed. At the same time, Mr. Suwat entered the field to hit the ball with Paradorn, opening the tennis battle “Cal – Comp and CCA U Industry 4.0 Open 2021” Official
Mr Suwat said that last year there were 4 events, but this year there was a problem from the Covid-19 situation. causing disruption in activities in various countries, both sports and tourism. It affects the economy and sports as well. By now the situation is likely to improve. The government has eased various measures and opened the country. Paradorn Srichaphan, as the director of the competition, came to consult to organize this event. To allow Thai tennis players to compete to maintain their status. The competition is scheduled to be held at True Arena Hua Hin during 28 November – 5 December.
“Which this year will organize 1 competition, collecting points together with next year’s program, will arrange 4 more events to collect points for the next master round. Approximately 70 athletes participated. There were general competitions (men’s singles, women’s singles, doubles and women’s doubles), under 8 and 10 years (young men – women), as well as the seniors. The competition will be held in the age group of not more than 115 years (male pairs) and age groups not over 90 years old (women pairs), organized under strict public health measures. Athletes must be vaccinated. And everyone must be tested for COVID before participating in the competition. Organizing this competition will help stimulate the economy and tourism of Hua Hin. In line with the government’s opening of the country since Nov. 1 This will create a point of interest in the city of Hua Hin. It brings a sports atmosphere to promote tourism. This is to signal tourists to come back to Hua Hin once more,” said Mr. Suwat.