Thailand wins 2 runners-up in the World Badminton Championships for the Disabled


The Thai national shuttlecocks won two world championships in the women’s singles and men’s doubles categories. Badminton World Championships for the Disabled 2024

The 2024 Badminton World Championships for the Disabled at the Royal Cliff Beach Hotel, Pattaya, concluded yesterday (25 February) with the Thai national shuttlecocks taking home 2 runner-up world championships in the women’s singles category. WH1 ‘Pu’ Sujirat Pukkham, number 4 in the world, at the finals lost to Yin Meng Lu from China 0-2, 12-21, 15-21, and the men’s doubles SL3-SL4 Mongkol Bunsun and Siriphong Termarom. At the finals, they lost to Dwiyoko Dwiyoko and Fredi Setiawan from Indonesia 0-2, 17-21, 14-21.

From the results of this program, Lt. Col. Nayanop Bhirombhakdi, Chairman of the Paralympic Committee of Thailand, believes that the 2024 Paralympic Games, Paris Games, August 28 – September 8, Thai badminton players are another The hope of winning a medal by the Badminton World Federation The names of athletes who have the right to
go to the Paris Games will be announced on April 3.

Source: Thai News Agency