Ratchanok Inthanon - รัชนก อินทนนท์

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  1. lodoss

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    good to hear that.
     
  2. nokh88

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    Rest well, Ratchanok.
     
  3. thira

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    Ratchanok's fans in Thailand truely appreciate Lindaweni Fenetri's helping Ratchanok on the court (see picture) and her visiting, as well as Hendra Setiawan's visiting Ratchanok in the treatment room. We also appreciate the Indonesians cheering her by calling out her name as she was leaving the court.
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    Ratch is liked in Indonesia as well as in China, one of the rare players I would say
     
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    It was nice to see the compassion and sportsmanship Lindaweni showed when May was injured. I gained a huge of amount of respect for her after seeing what she did to help her opponent.
     
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    does someone have news on Inthanon's condition?
     
  7. thira

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    She is healthy now and has been training for the Japan Open tournament.
     
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    Thank you!
     
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    What's wrong with Ratchanok Intanon?? Lost her R1 R2 in Japan and Korea?

    Wonder if she have given up the hunger after 2013 WC Gold?

    And now, I don't see her name in Denmark SSP draw? Why??
     
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    What's wrong with Ratchanok Intanon?? Lost her R1 R2 in Japan and Korea?

    Wonder if she have given up the hunger after 2013 WC Gold?

    And now, I don't see her name in Denmark SSP draw? Why??
     
  11. thira

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    Her performance in Japan and Korea was disappointing. I am afraid she does not have the will to train and improve her stamina. She is not half as fit as Marlin, the Chinese, and the Japanese.

    The Denmark SSP drop-out was a mistake of her manager who failed to apply in time.
     
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    That's interesting given that
    1.1 Players occupying the top 10 places in the BWF World Ranking list of a specified date (BWF
    Superseries Guidelines) in Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles and
    Mixed Doubles will be required to play in all BWF Superseries Premier Tournaments occurring in the
    full Calendar year.

    I thought there would be automatic entry and then you would have to apply if you could not.
    Pretty bad fail by the manager May will get fined $5k for that aswell.
     
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    THAI team is going down. Porntip is a shadow of herself, May is not playing seriously, the guys don't perform, and the mix double becomes insignificant. They should do something, get a LYB
     
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    thanks for the information :) [MENTION=112196]thira[/MENTION] ahh thats really unfortunate -.- Denmark SSP would offer big points.

    yes, I follow her in instagram. And she seem busy with other things, it clearly see that she not focus in badminton :(

    she just like a little girl who fallen in love, yeah she update her IG many times. Not like, The Ratchanok Intanon we knew!!

    Her fire, determination, and fighting spirit to be the best just gone.. I think Thailand should do something about it soon!! Someone should motivate her again. Next year is Olympic RIO !!
     
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    Yes.. I agree with you, they're going down. Thailand really should do something!

    Hmm.. May is not playing seriously!!
     
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    or may be its time for her to get new coach
     
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    She is definitely in trouble now losing to someone ranked 100+ in front of a hugh home supported crowd, and her opponent was beaten easily 1 day later by Sung. She seemed not to be able to keep focus and making lot of unforced errors and sometime too slow. She definitely needs some changes.
     
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    I am an Indian and I love to watch Intanons game. She is an amazing talent and the thing which I love the most is her simplicity and her salutations. Intanon I am sure is going to be a very popular sportsperson across the world and I wish her good luck. Look at Carolina Marin, she might be world nos 1 but she is very unpopular sportsperson because of her antics on court like shouting & jeering. On the contrast Intanon who is very calm & composed. We love to see players like Intanon. I wish to see Intanon attain world nos 1 status and continue her modest and popular approach to the game.
     
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    All Thai sportspeople do the wai. And RI is definitely the best behaved player and probably everyone's favourite player from outside their own country. All credit to her behaviour.
     
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    Actually the WAI (putting the hands together at the chin with the head slightly bowed) is an Indian way of paying respect to other person, isn't it? The Thai get it from you guys at least a thousand years ago!!!
     

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