Vitidsarn was the only performer to win a hat-trick of boys’ singles awards at the World Junior Finals. Vitidsarn has arisen as the world’s number 8 player. After a series of stable runs in world tour events. From a child sensation to being one of the current top celebrities. Kunlavut Vitidsarn’s rapid domination in global badminton has fuelled Thailand’s Olympic medal faith ahead of Olympic Games 2024.
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He reached the peak clash at the world tour finals in 2021. Before winning the German open super 300 last year. But his big twinkling came when he held the silver medal at the world championships in Tokyo in August. I am happy with my routine but with every competition, I have to keep learning. I make easy errors occasionally. But there is no burden, Vitidsarn said after knocking out Hong Kong’s Ng Ka Long Angus by 21-13 21-13.
Today was the first day, I wanted to try out the environments. I think I had decent control. I was feeling a bit drained sometimes but it’s okay. Not so long ago, Vitidsarn was drifting through countries like Nepal, Bangladesh and India in the early days of 2018. Competing in lower-ranked global series and challenges. It is a step up from the inferior days. It was an international challenge then, now it’s Super 500 and 750s.
I am playing a lot of the best Olympic badminton players
I am playing with a lot of top Olympic badminton performers. We still learning how to play in regular competitions and control things. You need to train hard, then you will be able to control everything on the court, he said. Vitidsarn is part of the junior group of 2018, including India’s Lakshya Sen (12) and Japan’s Kodai Naraoka (6). Both of whom are now graded in the top 15.
He had sealed his initial world tour title by beating Sen at the German Open final last year. Kodai (Naraoka) and Lakshya (Sen) are very decent. But I don’t take much burden. I think about my routine and how to progress myself. They both are faster and improved than me, the Thai Olympic Badminton player said. While you point out his silver memento in last year’s world contests, he smiled and said, I have been lucky.
With an all-around game. Vitidsarn has developed as the biggest star from Thailand in men’s singles since five-time Olympic Games Boonsak Ponsana. Vitidsarn could have become another singles player from Thailand to win a world championship gold. After Ratchanok Inthanon had he gone the space in Tokyo last year. It was Viktor Axelsen, who denied him the magnificence. The world no. 1 Dane has attested to be a throne in his flesh, beating him in three finals.
So is Axelsen going to win gold at Summer Games 2024
So is Axelsen supreme? Well, it’s very hard for me and other players. But I have to try and it is okay if I lose, I want to learn, Vitidsarn said. Vitidsarn had taken up badminton after being regularly down with reactions as a child. I had an allergy when I was young. When it’s cold occasionally I still have an allergy but overall, now I am fine, he says. His father is a badminton coach and he determined that he picked up the racquet sport.
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He has not observed back since then as his health is better and he also got success. His young sister Sarunrak Vitidsarn, all 15, has previously set the court on fire. Having won the U-17 Asia junior contests gold by beating India’s Unnati Hooda in Thailand. Sarunrak also beat Hooda in the finals of the event 2022 in Pune. I sometimes clarify a few things. I tell her not to take any burden, Vitidsarn said.
Yong has been left out of the Dubai contest to focus on Paris Olympics 2024
Birmingham 2022 commonwealth games gold medallist Ng Tze Yong has been left out of Malaysia’s squad for next month’s Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championship (BAMTC). Held in Dubai to focus on qualifying for the Paris 2024. Ng won silver in the men’s singles competition and helped Malaysia to win mixed team gold. At last year’s games in the English city.
However, he was shocked omission from the Badminton Association of Malaysia’s team for the BAMTC. Due to be held from February 14 to 19 in the Emirati city. World number two Lee Zii Jia was probable to be joined by Ng in range for the men’s singles contest. But Leong Jun Hao has been elected instead. BAM singles training director Wong Choong Hann said. That the choice was taken to allow Ng to emphasise training for Olympic 2024 qualification. With the window due to open on May 1.
This is significant to ensure he remains on the right path according to what we have planned earlier. Wong said, as described by a Malaysian newspaper. Once the Olympic Games qualifiers begin, there will not be much time for him to attention to training. We feel that this is a significant phase which will help him attain the goal of qualifying for Paris next year. We believe this early training can help Tze Yong progress.
Pairs Aaron Chia and Soh Wooi Yik, have been nominated for the men’s duos
This is why we have not recorded him in the BAMTC team this time. Pairs Aaron Chia and Soh Wooi, and Teo Ee and Ong Yew Sin have been nominated for the men’s doubles. Also, Pearly and Thinaah Muralitharan calm with Teoh Mei Xing and Pei Kee have been selected for the women’s duos. Goh Jin Wei and Wong Ling Ching have been called in the Malaysian side for the women’s singles.
Badminton is a racket sport whose exact roots are still a tantalising mystery. It evolved from the older game of Battledor and Shuttlecock, which was a popular pastime in Europe. Particularly among the wealthy classes. However, it is not known precisely when Battledore and Shuttlecock altered into the modest sport of badminton. One theory is that badminton was first played at the stately home of the Duke of Beaufort in Gloucestershire.
Sometime in the early 1860s and thus was called after his estate, which was called Badminton House. The game moved to India where it became a popular sport in the army cantonments. Progressively it spread in the British colonies and then to Europe and East Asia. Badminton today is a global game with widespread appeal for people of all ages and abilities.
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