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“Thanapat”, a Thai striker, swings a young Canadian through 8 opponents at the Junior Australian Open

On January 25, 65, the Grand Slam youth tennis tournament “Junior Australian Open 2022” in Melbourne, Australia “Tree” Thanaphat Nirandorn, a 18-year-old Thai youth tennis player, ranked 64th. World youth paired with Canadian left-hander Jaden Viges, ranked 44th in the youth world, enter the men’s doubles round, or round of 16, the final match against Ignacio Beaux from Peru, the 9th hand of the youth world with Dinko Dinev of Bulgaria is ranked 73rd in the youth world.

As for the results of the competition, it appears that Thanaphat and Viges join forces to show a great form. Coordinating playing well, both in front of the net and at the end of the court Before easily winning two sets in a row with scores 6-1 and 6-1, it took only 37 minutes to compete in both sets.

Thanaphat and Jaden Viges will advance to the quarter-finals or the 8th round of the final to meet the former opponent of the list, Idas Bootvilas of Lithuania, the 11th hand of the youth world. Fourth-seeded Mili Paulgisek of Croatia, who recently won the ITF Junior Grade 1 international men’s tournament at Taralgon, Victoria, two weeks ago. of Thanaphat came in the quarterfinals of the aforementioned program which was a 2-0 win with a score of 6-4 and 6-4

Thanaphat said that this game, although the score may come out like an easy win, but it’s actually not easy. The opponents themselves are very skilled and strong. But winning, he thinks it’s probably because our partner controls the game well, both at the end of the court. and the internet page, which makes it difficult for opponents to play Which he has to thank the partners who help control the game in the back field very well

“Of course, this is my first Grand Slam and being able to reach the quarter-finals far exceeded my expectations and made me feel very happy with this performance. As for the next round, I found a guide that placed 1 that had already defeated my partner. Although not easy to play with this pair. But me and my Canadian friends are ready to fight. And we will play together to have fun to the fullest.”

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