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Nitchaon Jindapol - ณิชชาอร จินดาพล

Discussion in 'Thailand Professional Players' started by cobalt, Jul 22, 2013.

  1. cobalt

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    Nat played one of the most inexplicable matches against Lindaweni Fanetri at the World Championships. I stopped counting the number of unforced errors after a while. By the time the decider was well on it's way, she was reduced to embarrassed smiles and a hint of tears at the end.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9pVBNBs3JU

    She is better than that. I hope she begins to show more consistency and is able to raise her game to the next level, soon. There is no doubting her talent and potential.
     
  2. DaveZZ79

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    Her name is spelled ณิชชาอร จินดาพล. However the letter ล ("l") at the end of a syllable is pronounced as "n". It is a similar case for the ร, which can be pronounced as "r" or "n". In the name Nicheon (not Nicheor) it's pronounced as "n", being at the end of the name.

    Her name should be pronounced nít-chorn jin-daa-phon, with nit in a high tone and the other syllables in a medium tone.

    Source: frequent Thailand visitor and eager Thai student.:D
     
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  3. Airos

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    Great player, and good looking too.
    Congratulations on stopping TTY's winning run.
    She might have actually won in Indonesia if it wasn't for that small injury towards the end in the semis.
     

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