Waking up in the morning for 6 days, “Nong Tennis” explains the most intense training program for the 2021 SEA Games.

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On April 27, 65, it is undeniable that “Nong Tennis” is one of the most successful Thai athletes on the world stage. because they can collect champions in all important programs, whether

– Two-time World Champion (2015, 2019)

– Two-time World Grand Slam Champion (2018, 2019)

– 1 time Asian Games Champion (2018)

– 2 time Asian Champion (2014, 2016)

– Two-time World University Sports Championship (2017, 2019)

– 1 time Youth Olympic Champion (2014)

– 1 time Asian Youth Championship (2013)

– Two-time SEA Games Champion (2017, 2019)

Recently also won the Spanish Open in the 53 kg version at the beginning of April ago. before being admitted to the hospital After being infected with COVID-19 It took about 14 days of training time.

by “Nong Tennis” revealed its readiness through a press conference Broadcasting and news coverage of the 31st SEA Games, saying, “Right now the training is very intense. Because there are only 18 days left, the coaching team has given us 3 rounds of practice per day, with only one Sunday break. The first round starts at 5:30 a.m., running the stairs at the Rajamangala National Stadium. During the day, exercise to strengthen muscles. Followed by in the afternoon practicing kicking. continue to issue weapons”

In addition, he also gave an interview in a good mood that “This time, going up to play 53 kg is considered a good thing. because they will be able to eat more food.”

Made the media and people involved in the event laugh a lot.

For the 2021 SEA Games in Vietnam Will draw the curtain to officially open the competition on May 12-23.

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