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Discussion in 'Thailand Professional Players' started by robin7, Apr 27, 2009.
Hahahaha not yet
hehe...dont be suprise if she can take out one of the wang at OG2012
Hehe Wang Yihan possibly,rest ?i doubt..
hey...susy susanti chinese surname is Wang too
is Intanon also Wang's???haha...i'm afraid no,she doesn't look like a chinese
Ratchanok's WR has improved significantly due her back to back title, #30 (per 21st October 2010). She's THA WS #1 now
Wonder if she can beat Salakit Ponsana
She already did, once at least.
Ratchanok Inthanon defeated 'I carved a mental General'
I clicked on the link. It was in Thai. So I got it translated to English and found this translation;
WS. Ratchanok Inthanon [3/4] defeated 'I carved a mental General'  21-12, 12-21, 21-14 (47 mins).
For sure Top10 within 2 years..
LOL, is that Salakjit's name in Thai?
she doesnt seem to have problem beating salakjit now i think at least 1:1 the ratio during training hehe
hehe she already win back to back GP tournament...maybe next year she start winning back to back SS title
True but on wikipedia, it points out that สลักจิต พลสนะ=Salakjit Ponsana.
I got 'I carved a mental Pol' if you delete the 
These Google translations are really very funny
It will be very helpful for her ambitions if she can grow taller in the next couple of years
..bold prediction, eh??..
Btw, here is a video on Ratchanok's recent competition at the INA Open GPG (quite a few good rallies; @ 13-10 was entertaining)..enjoy! and we could be rewinding this back, say in 5-6 yrs time..
I also noticed, from watching those videos, Ratchanok has stopped yelling those grunts every once in a while after winning her points..
Hopefully can be the next susi susanti.
Poor Wang Yihan, she has been the butt of everyone's jokes recently. Perhaps she can recover her form and have the last laugh?
When I first saw Inthanon Ratchanok demolish Lydia Cheah Li Ya in the SEA Games final last year, I knew that she was going to be different from the rest. It is unfathomable to think that she cannot surpass the likes of Pi Hongyan, Eriko Hirose, Yao Jie or Julianne Schenk within two years. But I think true glory can only be achieved if she can break through to the top 3 or 4 in the world (namely the 3 Wangs and Jiang Yanjiao), as there seems to be a huge gap between the those few and the rest of the top 10. No offence to Tina Baun or Saina Nehwal. I hope she can grow taller within the next few years. Imagine a 1.79 m Inthanon Ratchanok! It will surely strike terror in the hearts of her opponents
Sorry, Can I have the question ??? What's racket she use ???