“Bas” Dechaphon and “Po Por” Sapsiree, the No. 1 guides of the “French Open” chicken feather battle program, still have good form, beating their Indian opponents 2-0 to qualify for the second round, as well as Cream and May. in the single female category As for the men’s singles, “Vue Kulwut” lost to Japan.
Badminton tournament “Yonex French Open 2021” World Tour level 750, total prize money of US $ 600,000 or approximately 20,040,000 baht in Paris, France on October 27, is also the first round of competition. The interesting event is a mixed doubles match between “Bas” Dechapol Puavaranukroh and “Po Por” Sapsiree Taerattanachai, the world’s No. 1 guide, the latest runner-up in the Danish Open. Meet MR Arjun and Kukapali Manisha, the world’s 55th guide from India. The result of the match appeared that “bas-pop” did not disappoint the supporters, winning 2-0 games 21-18 and 21-12 to advance to the second round.
As for the performance of other Thai badminton players that ended. In the women’s singles category, “Cream” Busanun Ungbamrungphan, the eighth-ranked hand of the world’s 13th-ranked list, defeated 46th-ranked Christine Kuba from Estonia 21-9, 2-0. Ratchanok Inthanon, the world’s No. 6 hand and the 2nd hand of the list, went on the field to meet Marie Batomen, the 59th hand of the world from France. The result showed that Ratchanok showed excellent form, chasing defeat to Bato. Maine went 2-0 games 21-13 and 21-16 advanced to the second round to face 43 world number one Bai Yupo of Taiwan, who defeated 58 world number one Clara Arzumendi of Spain 2-2. 1 game 18-21,21-18,21-17
As for the men’s singles category, the first round “View” Kulwut Wititsan, the 21st hand of the world, fell out of the first round after losing to Kenta Nishimoto, the world’s 16th hand from Japan, 1-2 games 16-21, 21-11 and 16-21 in the men’s doubles category, “M” Supak Jomkoh and “Sky” Kittinupong Ketren, the world number 98, defeated Lucas Kowi and Ronald Labar of France. 2-1 games 20-22, 21-14, 21-16 qualified for the second round to meet Aaron Chia and Sou Weiq from Malaysia next
While in the women’s doubles, the first round, “Muna” Benyapha and “Anna” Nankan Iamsaard, the 54th world guide, lost 0-2 by Yuki Fukushima and Arisa Higashino from Japan. Games 18-21, 11-21 as well as Putita Suphajirakal and Sapsiree Taerattanachai who lost to Kim So-young and Kong Hee-young 1-2 games 18-21, 21-12, 10-21 and in the mixed doubles category, another rising star, “M” Supak Chomkoh and “Fame” Supisara Pure Sampran, the 37th world guide, beat Jessica Pugh and Callum Hemming, the world’s No. 99 guide from England 2-0 Games 21-12 and 23-21