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    Default Nitchaon Jindapol - ณิชชาอร จินดาพล

    Nitchaon Jindapol
    (spelt Nichaon Jindapon on BWF)
    Plays: Womens Singles
    Plays for (country): Thailand
    Playing style: right-handed
    Born: March 31, 1991
    Current BWF ranking: 16

    One of the many highly talented and skilful players to come out of Badminton Thailand stable in the past few years, Nitchaon has often been forgotten in the hype, publicity and excitement surrounding her teammates. Her track record is exemplary -she has been making a steady progress up the ranking charts.

    Earlier ranked:
    66 on October 20, 2011
    80 on May 22, 2012
    36 on December 12, 2012
    21 on April 18, 2013

    Like her other teammates, Nitchaon has demonstrated measurable improvements and progress, and at the age of 22, appears to be reaching the stage where she can peak within the next year or so.

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    Some more pics of Nitchaon Jindapol



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    Picture from her Facebook.
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    Congratulations to Nitchaon for her title at the just-concluded 2013 Canadian Open! She beat YipPY in straight games in the finals for a very smooth and convincing performance throughout the tournament.

    Some notable achievements for Nitchaon so far in her career...

    Lao International Challenge 2010 - Winner, WS, beating Nozomi Okuhara in the finals
    Tata Open India IC 2010 - Runner-up WD with Pattharaporn Jindapol (sister, maybe?)
    Ciputra Hanoi Vietnam IC 2012 - Winner, WS, beating Ayumi Mine in 3 games
    Victor Korea Open 2013 - R16, WS, Won over Juliane Schenk in straight games
    Yonex Australian Open 2013 - Runner-up, WS, to Sayaka Takahashi
    Yonex Canada Open 2013 - Winner, WS, over Yip Pui Yin in straight games

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    I was waiting for this topic

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    cute and pretty

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    Nitchaon has reached the final of both WS and WD in the All Thailand Championship. In the WS she will play Busanun. In the WD she teams up with Prajongjai, who won the Singapore International WS last week. They will meet Kulcahara and DuongAnong in the final. Stay tuned.

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    In WS, She lost to Busanan in 2 sets.

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    Lost in the double also.

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    just noticed her...she is really pretty

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    ...and now she can add Bitburger Open GP 2013 to her tally

    http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sp...613&d=20131103

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    Congratulation Nat , hope this title boost her confidence and help to she believe her ability will challenge to top player.

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    Just note,
    today she beat Sung Ji Hyun (5) 14-21,21-11,21-16 and 1st time she enter to quater final MO SSP.

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    Nichaon lost in the semi final of IO to LXR today, but what a wonderful week for her, stunned BJ and WYH. Wish her a good luck next week in Australia.

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    There's a spotlight on her here:


    Nitchaon Jindapon: “I will be in the top ten this year”
    Posted on February 13, 2014 | 2 Comments
    Thailand’s Nitchaon Jindapon spoke to Badzine recently about her outlook for this year as she heads to her second All England with new-found confidence. By Don Hearn, Badzine Correspondent. Photos: Badmintonphoto and Sven Heise Nitchaon...

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    she played both the Canadian and US Open this year, like many players. I think it's too ambitious to try to perform well in both tournaments. The physical strain and jet lag seemed to be too much for her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkDawg View Post
    she played both the Canadian and US Open this year, like many players. I think it's too ambitious to try to perform well in both tournaments. The physical strain and jet lag seemed to be too much for her.
    She did not play in Canada this year, that was only last year when she became the champion. At US Open, I heard she was sick, that is why she bowed out in the 1st round.

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