Patcharin Kuang Anchisa won the doubles championship and went through to the women’s singles final ITF Tennis

international tennis tournament Thailand-ITF World Tennis Tour 2023, “ITF Men’s Circuit 1” and “ITF Women’s Circuit 1”, winning a total prize money of US $ 15,000 per item, or about 546,000 baht, including 2 items. At 1,092,000 baht in the tennis court Inside the Tumpang Central Stadium of Walailak University Nakhon Si Thammarat Province on June 10, 2023 in the doubles category, the final was by Assistant Professor Dr. Marisa Regional Na Nong Khai, acting director of the Center Promotion of Culture and Sports, Walailak University, the honor of being the award chairman

Doubles In the final, “Eve” Patcharin Cheepchandej and “Aomsin” Anchisa Chantha, two Thai tennis players, face Nicole Kirin from Israel and Sara Nayar from Australia, the fourth favorite of the program. It seems that Patcharin and Anchisa are joining in to help each others manage to win 2-1 sets 6-4, 4-6 and a 10-6 tie break, winning the women’s doubles championship. Receive a cash prize of US $ 955, or approximately 34,762 baht and 10 points each, while the second place receives $515, or approximately 18,746 baht, and 6 points each. This is Patcharin’s third ITF Women’s Championship and the first ever Anchisa

In addition, Patcharin is also performing well in the female singles category. In the semi-final, Patcharin, 4th in the program and 645th in the world, beat her own female partner, Anchisa Chantha, 2nd in the world and 546th in the world, in 2 straight sets 6-3, 6-1 leading at Patcharin advances to the final against US No. 8 Dasha Ivanova and world No. 726 beats Arusan Sagandikova of Kazakhstan.1162 of the world, 2-0, set 6-0, 6-2, while Anchisa, even though it was removed, still received a consolation prize of $734 or about 26,717 baht and 4 points

While the male singles Semi-Final “Maxi” Maximus Pharaphon Jones, a tennis player from Thailand Semi-Australian, 18 years old, 1060th hand in the world, against the skills of SD Pratwal Dave, a 27-year-old Indian attacker, ranked 7th and 725th hand in the world, causing defeat 0-2 set 6-7 A tie break 2- 7 and 3-6 prevented the result in the semi-final. Received a consolation prize of $ 753 or about 27,400 baht and four points, while the young Indian entered the final with Shinji Hasawa of Japan, hand 516 in the world, beating Blake Ellis of Australia, hand 494 .world set 2-0 6-4, 6-2


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