‘Chotrin’ vs. ‘Jinnipha’, Thai youth tennis
The 61st Thailand Junior Tennis Tournament for the Year 2023 Wins the Royal Cup Her Majesty and Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Department of Her Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn at the National Tennis Development Centre, Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi Province on April 2 In the age group not over 8 years and 14 years to the semi-finals
interesting couple single men Model under 14, semi-final “Nong Trai” Trai Srisen, tennis player from Prachuap Khiri Khan, number 1 of the program and number 4 from Thailand, meets Weerawit Kamput “Nong Junior” from Bangkok , number 3 of the program and 7th hand in Thailand, the results show that after both of them used tactics to fight for almost 3 hours and ended with a tie break in the final set, a trio won 2-1, set 2-6, 6-4 and 7 -6 tie break 7-5 three, swing love racket ascend to the finals, meet “Nong Dan” Dan Thai Takong from Pathum Thani, the 4th hand and the 8th hand from Thailand who broke the playoffs, winning “Nong Te” Techatham Srisen from Prachuap Khiri Khan, the 8th and 14th hand from Thailand, who is Trai’s brother, had 2 straight sets 6- 0, 6-2.
single female category Model not over 14 years old, semi-final “Nong Beer” Chotirin Kaewka, tennis player from Chonburi, 4th place in the program and 6th hand from Thailand, called out a good form to fight with “Nong Rio” Rio Hika Chi from Bangkok, 2nd hand in the program and 4th hand in Thailand until he was able to win 2-0 set 6-3, 6-1 Chotirin passed into the final with “Nong Jeannie” Jinnipa Trachuvanich Beat from Phetchaburi, national team grade, number 3 and number 5 from Thailand broke the playoffs defeating “Nong Plan” Nattarada Pholcharoen from Bangkok, number 12 and number 15 from Thailand set 2-0 6-2, 6-0
in the results section Model not over 8, semi-final, men’s singles, Pokklao Rungruengchaicharoen (1st hand Udon Thani) won Nawarin Phalakornkul (1st hand 4th Bangkok) 4-1, 4-1 Jinje Janwanich (Bangkok) won Jirayu Srisawang (2nd hand – Songkhla) 4-1, 4-1 and women’s singles Pannipha Thada Tangsakul (3rd hand – Chonburi) Jasmi Namaneechayangkun (Songkhla) won 4-0, 4-1 Pitchayathida Kaewkosaba (4-Yala Seeds) beat Chotika Limmanakul ( Seeds 2) -Phuket) 4-1, 0-4 and super tiebreak 10-3