“May-Bas-Po-Por” takes on a world-class chicken feather duel at the Thailand Open, open for viewing at full capacity.


Badminton “GR TOYOTA GAZOO Racing Thailand Open 2022) during May 17-22 at Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani. The first round of light has a chance to win through the final 4 teams, while “May-Ratchanok” is a light event in the first round as well. when faced with competitors from the qualifying round But the next round is heavy, with both Wang Xi Yi, the world’s 15th hand from China, and An Se Yong, the world’s 4th hand from South Korea. The fans of Thai sports are happy. Able to watch the match in the field at full capacity and does not have to be tested for the COVID-19 virus through an ATK test (ATK) before entering the stadium. Interested parties can reserve tickets at all branches of Thai Ticket Major

Movement of the Badminton World Tour Super 500 list “GR Toyota GAZOO Racing Thailand Open 2022 (GRTOYOTA GAZOO Racing Thailand Open 2022) to win a total prize money of 360,000 US dollars or about 12,240,000 baht, which will be held Between 17-22 May at Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani, which received the attention of the world’s leading athletes who competed heavily. Including Thai athletes who will hunt for this championship as well, such as “May” Ratchanok Inthanon, the world’s 8th hand, and “Bas” Dechapol Puavaranukroh and “Po Pa” Sapsiree Tae Rattanachai, the world’s number 1 guide, the owner of the 2021 world champion, etc., has already announced the results of the race line.

Women’s singles, first round, “May” Ratchanok Inthanon, ranked 7th of the list, hand number 8 in the world, waiting to meet the competitors from the qualifying round. If you pass this round, in the second round, you will have a chance to duel with Wang Zi Yi, the world’s 15th-hand Chinese athlete, the latest Asian champion. And if they go through to the finals, there is still a strong hand like An Se Yong, South Korean badminton player, number 4 in the world, waiting to be a big bone, while “Cream” Busanan Ungbamrungphan, the world’s 11th hand, finds With a hard battle from the first round, when they have to meet Akane Yamaguchi, the second-placed hand of the list, the second-hand of the world from Japan

“May” Ratchanok, a Thai girl badminton player, said that in the program “Toyota Kazu Racing Thailand Open 2022” admits that the race line is not easy since the first round, who still does not know who will come from the round. select In the second round, there is also Wang Xi Yi who looks at the form from Uber. The past Cup has been a very strong opponent. They will try to take care of themselves as best they can in order to do a good job. Because he set his own goal is to try to get into the final 8 people.

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“Looking at the competition line, I admit that it’s heavy because there are both Wang Zi Yi and An Se Yong in the line, especially An Seyong from South Korea, who has a style of play that is no different from Chen Yufei from China that the style of play. Both of them are very similar. But seeing form in the Uber Cup that has just ended has helped me get homework back. Practicing to cope with full opponents, May aims for this program in the last 8 rounds, which although late is heavy, but will try to do his best. May would like to ask for support from Thai badminton fans to cheer and encourage May. And friends and Thai athletes in the field compete a lot. Now you can come and watch the stadium at full capacity. Every encouragement from the supporters will definitely encourage us to fight with all our might.”

In the men’s singles category, “Kan” Kantaphon Wangcharoen, the world’s 21st hand, will face the first round of stonework when dueling with the world’s 19th hand Sin Praneet from India. If able to qualify for the second round, there will be a chance to meet with Kento Momota, the world’s second-hand singles man from Japan. 2 time world champion degree

In the men’s doubles category, the first round “M” Supak Chomko and “Sky” Kittinupong Ketren, the 39th guide in the world, are considered to be working equally hard. When the first round had to meet with the champion of All. This year’s England, Muhammad Frikry and Bagus Mallana, the world’s No. 20 guides from Indonesia.

Women’s doubles category, the first round, “Sit” Chasini Goryapap and “Jane” Chernicha Sudchaipraparat, the 56th guide in the world, faces a heavy battle with Yuki Fukushima and Sayaka Hirota, the third-placed guide. Of the list, the world’s No. 4 guide from Japan, “Mook” Onnicha Jongsatapornphan and “Bam” Aditya Powanon meet with Jiang Yu and Liu Xuanxuan from China.

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As for the mixed doubles category, “Bas” Dechapol Puavaranukroh and “Po Por” Sapsiree Taerattanachai, the number 1 guide of the list, the world’s number 1 guide, light work from the first round When faced with Rehan Nufal Kucharjanto and Lisa Ayu Kusumawati, the world’s 45th guide from Indonesia. And if they continue to perform well in the mixed doubles, Thailand has a chance to reach the semi-finals that are eligible to compete with the Olympic Games gold medalist Wang Yilu and Huang Dongping, the world’s fourth guide from China, “M”. Supak Jomkoh and “Fame” Supisara Pure Sampran, the world’s No. 24, face Fabicio Farias and Jacqueline Lima, the world’s number 60 from Brazil.

There are also Thai badminton players competing in the qualifying round that will compete on May 17. Mixed doubles qualifying round, the first round, “Earth” Wichayapong Kanchanakhiriwong and “Wahwa” Ruthaichanok Laisuan meet with the pair. Thai shuttlecock Phichamon Patcharaphisutsin and Kittipong Imnak

Women’s doubles qualifiers, first round, Kittiphak Daptuk and Parinda Patnavarithiphan, meet with Lee Wenmei and Du Ye from China, “Earth” Putita Suphajirakul and “Fame” Supisara Pure Sampran meets Phichamon Patcharaphisutsin and Nannaphat Sukklad

In terms of world-class badminton players who took part in interesting competitions are as follows: Viktor Azelsen, the world’s number 1 singles men from Denmark. The 2017 world champion and 2020 Olympic gold medal and 2016 Olympic bronze medal, as well as two-time All England champion, world number two Kento Momota of Japan. 2 World Championships in 2018 and 2019, 2 Asian Championships, 1 All England Championship in 2019 and 15 World Tour Championships.

Andres Antonsen, the world number 3 singles men from Denmark. Runners-up at the 2019 World Championships, bronze medals at the 2021 World Championships, 2021 European Championships and three World Tour titles, including the 2020 World Tour Final, are also Malaysia’s Lee Si Jia, Kee Dao. Mbi Sikanh, including Indian badminton player Owner of Champion Thomas Cups are played together to compete with almost the entire team.

Women’s singles, with the world’s No. 1 Akane Yamaguchi from Japan, leading the world-class badminton team, including world number 2 Tai Shi Ying from Taiwan, world number 3 Chen Yufei from China, and An Seyong hand. 4 of the world from South Korea to compete

Men’s doubles Mohamed Assan and Hendra Setiawan, world number 2 from Indonesia, Li Yang and Wang Shilin, world number 3 from Taiwan, Takuro Hoki and Yuko Ko. Bayashi, the world’s 4th man guide from Japan. 2021 World Champion, Savitchirath Ranky Reddy and Shirat Shetty of India.

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In the women’s doubles, Chen Yingchen and world No. 1 Jia Yifan from China, two-time world champions in 2017 and 2021, Lee So-hee and Shin Sungchan of South Korea, Kim So-yeon and Gong Hee-young. World guide 3 from South Korea, Yuki Fukushima and Sayaka Hirota from Japan, runners-up three-time world champion in 2017-2019, Mayu Matsumoto and Wakana Na. Gahara, world guide 5 from Japan, two-time world champion in 2018, 2019.

Mixed doubles Cheng Xiwei and Huang Yaqiang, world 2nd guides from China, two-time world champions of 2018 and 2019, Yuta Watanabe and Alisa Higashino, world guides from Japan. Bronze medals at the 2021 Olympics, three-time All England champions 2019, 2021 and 2022, world number four Wang Yilu and Huang Dongping from China, 2020 Olympic gold medalists, Praveen Jordan and Melati Deva Ah. Indonesia’s 5th World Guide Agtavianti, 2020 All England Champion, 2019 SEA Games Gold Medal

For fans who want to watch the badminton competition “GR Toyota GAZOO Racing Thailand Open 2022” (GR TOYOTA GAZOO Racing Thailand Open 2022) between 17-22 May 65 can buy card already at Thai Ticket Major, every branch or via the website https://www.thaiticketmajor.com/sport/gr-toyota-gazoo-racing-thailand-open-2022 by tickets to all seats, regardless of price will receive a commemorative card with a picture of a world-class athlete without additional cost

Ticket prices are as follows:
-​Qualifying round, first round, second round price 400 / 200 / 100 baht
– Quarter-finals, semi-finals, finals 800 / 400 / 200 baht

Department of Disease Control, Nonthaburi Provincial Public Health has allowed such competitions Can open to badminton fans to visit the Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani, with a full capacity of the stadium, or about 8,000 seats, and there has been a easing of the subject of infection testing through ATK (ATK) testing by visitors. The competition in the field does not have to be tested before entering the field. But the rules and regulations of the competition Still under the measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 strictly as before In the event that a visitor is found to have a high fever, cough, sore throat, or are eligible to be suspected of being infected or a COVID-19 patient, a separate examination will be arranged and sent to be treated accordingly. public health measures

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