“Ratchanok Inthanon”, Thailand’s favorite badminton player Try your best before losing “Tai Si Ying” from Taiwan 1-2 sets 21-12, 12-21 and 21-23, stop at the second round “Toyota Thailand Open”
On January 23, 64, the badminton competition, “Toyota Thailand Open”, World Tour Super 1000 tournament, win a total prize money of 1 million US dollars or approximately 30,100,000 baht at Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani. On January 23, the semifinals.
While single female type Semi-finals, “May” Rachok Inthanon, hand 5 of the world, lost to Tai Si Ying, hand-placed one of the world’s No. 1 hand list from Taiwan. Unfortunately, 1-2 games, 21-12, 12-21 and 21-23 spent 59 minutes in the race, while the second hand, Carolina Marin, ranked fifth in the list of sixth hand in the world from Spain, defeated Anse. Young hands are ranked seventh in the list of world’s number nine hands from South Korea 2-0, games 21-19, 21-15.
Double side female type Semi-finals, Kim So Young with Kong Hee Young, guide place 4 of the list, guide number 6 in the world from South Korea, defeated Shou Mei Guan with Li Meng Yuan, guide number 14 in the world from Malaysia 2-0, Games 21-17, 21-6 Another Lee Sohee duo with Shin Seung Chan, Guide No. 3 of Guide List No. 4 in the world from South Korea, beat Grecia Poly with Aprilyani Rahayu, Guide No. 5 of Guide List. 8th place in the world from Indonesia 2-0 games 21-16, 21-18
The male pair type. Semi-finals Aron Cheaw with Sowu Yik, guide, place 8 of the list, guide number 9 in the world from Malaysia, beat Savi Zira Trangireddy with Shirat Shetty, the world number 10 guide from India. 2-0, game 21-18, 21-18, another pair of Li Yang and Wang Qi Lin Guide, placed 6 of the list, guide number 7 in the world from Taiwan, beat Mohamed Assan with Hendra Setiawan. 2nd place of guide list number 2 in the world from Indonesia 2-1 games 14-21, 22-20, 21-12.
Ending at the mixed doubles category, the semi-finals “Bass” Dechapol Puvaranukroh and “Popo” Subsiri Taerattanachai. Guide to place the number 1 of the list. Guide number 3 in the world. Ddy and Ashwini Ponnup led the World No. 36 guide from India 2-1, 22-20, 18-21 and 21-12 games, another 59-minute match, Chae Yoo Jung and Sow. Sungjae, guide number 4 of the list, guide number 6 in the world from South Korea, beat Hupang, second place with Xia Yi Si, guide number 35 in the world from Malaysia 2-0, games 21-9, 21-16.
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