Thai players

Discussion in 'Thailand Professional Players' started by Georgina, Sep 23, 2006.

  1. yannie

    yannie Regular Member

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    georgina dear, when did you post those pics? haha 2 months ago? i haven't checked this thread for ages! lovely pics... :)
     
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    Tesana is known as the Kungfu Panda to Jakarta's Istora crowd... :D :D :D
     
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    seldom see thai players in tournaments now....wonder what happened? sudket and saralee were my fav pair but now going downhill I think bcos of age......are there any good future players besides tanongsak?
     
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    Naw, he'll never make it big.... the International Olympic Committee would ban him for the steroids in his diaper-rash cream! :D
     
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    Rexy should be good in predicting their team strength. The other thing is Thailand has already qualified for Thomas &Uber Cup Finals as host.

    Sapsiree's comeback is a good news too.


    Thailand Full Team List for 2018 Badminton Asia Team Championships :
    >>> https://www.tournamentsoftware.com/...=4B903522-3120-484E-B0BF-2E923920DD85&club=12

    Men's Team

    Singles Players
    • Khosit Phetpradab
    • Suppanyu Avihingsanon
    • Kantaphon Wangcharoen
    • Pannawit Thongnuam

    Doubles Players
    • Dechapol Puavaranukroh
    • Kittinupong Kedren
    • Tinn Isriyanet
    • Kittisak Namdash
    • Inkarat Apisuk
    • Maneepong Jongjit

    Women's Team

    Singles Players
    • Nitchaon Jindapol
    • Busanan Ongbamrungphan
    • Pornpawee Chochuwong
    • Nuntakarn Aimsaard

    Doubles Players
    • Puttita Supajirakul
    • Sapsiree Taerattanachai
    • Chayanit Chaladchalam
    • Phataimas Muenwong
    • Savitree Amitrapai
    • Pacharapun Chochuwong
     
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    And also Tanongsak wasn't too.

    But, it's just a qualification round. Thailand has already qualified for the Finals of Thomas & Uber Cup in their home soil.
     
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    I miss Porntip Buranaprasertsuk.
     
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    No separate thread for Kunlavut Vitidsarn yet ? He won Polish Open today .
     
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    Has anyone seen him play? He really is a contender to become a top player from his record as of now.
     
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    He's a top talent not just in MS but also in XD (with phittayaporn chaiwan another good WS prospect). His gameplay and attitude is beyond his age and the guy also has great deceptions. Waiting to see him play more tournaments this year.
     
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    Link: https://360badminton.com/news/thailands-singles-coach-agus-d-santoso-resigns/

    Thailand’s singles coach Agus D Santoso resigns

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    Badminton Association of Thailand (BAT) saw a big change in its singles coaching department a couple of days back.

    Agus D Santoso, coach in the singles discipline, went out from the BAT. The Indonesian coach was instrumental when Kantaphon Wangcharoen won a bronze medal at the BWF World Championships just last year.

    His departure however is received with extreme mixed feelings in the Thai badminton community.

    Kantaphon posted about Agus D Santoso’s resignation on his Instagram account: “You gave me a lesson that changed my life. It’s not about coach and player. You were always besides me through good times and bad. You taught me a lot, not only badminton, but also life. You never put pressure on me. You (staffs, officers from BAT) don’t know how much he tried hard for me. Me and my coach have been doing well for Thailand. I will not lick someone’s boots in order to succeed. I want to say thank you to him Thank you for everything. Thank you for your smile, even though you’re not happy at all.”

    Bodin Isara spoke out on his social media too: “Staffs will never know how much players tried, how much players try hard for our country. Some people just work for their benefit. Keep going bro. Just do your best.”

    Jane Piyatat, owner of Granular Badminton Academy, posted Agus’s pictures on his facebook and praised him: “We want you to know how much we appreciate your valuable contribution in making great success all these years. We take this opportunity to thank you and to wish you all the best for your future endeavour.”

    There was a surprising comment on Pitayat’s facebook post from what seems to be Rexy Mainaky’s facebook account. Rexy Mainaky is the head coach of the Thailand Badminton National team and a fellow Indonesian to Agus D Santoso.

    The comment from the ‘unverified facebook account’ of Rexy Mainaky reads as follows, “Sir Jane,please not to judge only see one side,if u want to blame please blame me,the way his go out from BAT also not professional and his work only for himself,his the person cannot teamwork. I know how his work,and is that true,he never trust others coaches. Even his assisten and how come his not respect me as head coach. So please don’t blame BAT. Thanks”

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    Regarding the situation, BAT said, “The reason why Agus went out from BAT are his contract had end (December 2019) and he want to resign. That’s why he went back to Indonesia.”

    With the exit of Agus D Santoso, former world no. 4 Boonsak Ponsana will step in as the singles coach. Boonsak represented Thailand at the Olympics five times and is a thirteen-time winner of the All Thailand Badminton Championships (national championships).

    Boonsak Ponsana is expected to bring more technique and knowledge to the players. Thai badminton fans are expecting to see good results from their players, especially at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
     
  17. Yeung Chao

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    I think Thailand is by far the most unfortunate badminton nation to have never won anything that mirrors their level of enthusiasm and passion for the sports.

    Thai players have good attitude, hardworking and even do have sponsors to continue their career. But sadly they just do not have that talent or ability to win.

    Taking all these into consideration, it still amazes me how Thailand still manage to not have any Olympic medallists, All England Winner and even Asian Game gold medallist.

    Ratchanok's world champ win remains a once in a blue moon fairytale.
     
  18. Yeung Chao

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    Malaysian players are the total opposite to Thai players. Bad attitude, arrogant, not so hardworking and yet they have the inner talent to win. Life is sometimes unfair.
     
  19. sonnymak

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    I think time will come for Thailand. As for why Malaysians get more winners compare to Thailand despite their lack of work ethics is the history and tradition that goes with Badminton in Malaysia. There was a time the Thais were better than the Malaysians say in the early 60s and I still think they are better than Malaysian team at the moment both the men and women.

    Just that we always had that bit of extra push ..... for one or two players. I call that the Sven Pri Oracle.
     
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