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Coach Veeras and the Thai women on ISS Myanmar

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After two action packed months of the ISTAF Super Series, the particular Thai women have come out on best time and time again – in fact , they’re yet to lose a match in ISS competition. Now, with the opening circular of the 2014/2015 ISTAF SuperSeries in Myanmar just around the corner, you can bet the particular Thai women will be eager to protect their ISS title. I caught up with the head coach of the Asia women’s team, Veeras NaNongkhai, for the quick chat about the upcoming ISS season and his player selections for the first round in Myanmar.

Alex Newman: Thailand has not yet lost a match in any Super Series competition, how confident are you going into the particular 2014/2015 season?
Veeras NaNongkhai: Honestly, I am quiet confident that Thailand will be the champions again.

AN: So , which five players will you be sending in order to Myanmar for the 1 st round?
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Servers: Sudaporn Palang , Nipaporn Salupphon
Spikers: Suphawadi Wongkhamchan , Niracha Tawinteung
Feeder: Boonsita Wongsuwan

AN: It looks like your team is quite young and you’ll be testing out some new talent at ISS Myanmar – who do you think is the most promising young Thai player?
VN: For the women’s team, I think it’s our web servers – Sudaporn Palang and Nipaporn Salupphon.

AN: Which teams do you consider will be your biggest challenge on ISS Myanmar?
VN: I think the most difficult and challenging teams for Asia are Vietnam, Indonesia, Korea and Myanmar

AN: Thailand has been on top of the sepaktakraw world for a long time. What goes on behind the scenes that makes the Thai team so dominant?
VN: What makes the Thai team so dominant in modern sepaktakraw is that the Takraw Association associated with Thailand takes care of the coaches as well as the athletes pretty well, and supports everybody as much as they can.

AN: If you could change anything to improve sepaktakraw, exactly what would it be?
VN: I’d love to observe sepaktakraw become a truly international sport!

Even if you’re a huge fan of the Thai women’s team, you might only recognise one or two from the players that Veeras has named for the ISS Myanmar competition.

Sudaporn Palang has offered and played well in global competition before, including at the ISTAF SuperSeries 2013/2014 finals in Kuala Lumpur and the 2013 King’s Mug in Thailand. Backing her up as the second server on the team can be Nipaporn Salupphon, who is just 17 years old, but has proven himself in domestic Thai tournaments upon countless occasions. It’ll be really interesting to see if Nipaporn can step up and play international level takraw at such a young age!

The only feeder on the team, Boonsita Wongsuwan, will be working with 2 young spikers to do the damage for that Thais at Myanmar. Spiker Niracha Tawinteung is another young hopeful, which, at just 18 years of age has a lot to prove after being selected to play in Myanmar. She’ll become backed up by Wongkhamchan Suphawadi which also hasn’t represented Thailand before, but has just helped her membership Chaiyaphum become the first ever champions from the Takraw Thailand Women’s League. The girl can full roll spike too, which means we’ll be seeing some of this in Myanmar (She can be #5 on the light blue team in this video)

It’ll be a super fascinating competition with so many untested players over the Thai team – can they maintain the unbeaten record going or will certainly more experienced squads like Korea or Myanmar break through for a first ISS victory?

By Alex Newman associated with Takrawesome

27/10/2014

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After two action packed months of the ISTAF Super Series, the particular Thai women have come out on best time and time again – in fact , they’re yet to lose a match in ISS competition. Now, with the opening circular of the 2014/2015 ISTAF SuperSeries in Myanmar just around the corner, you can bet the particular Thai women will be eager to protect their ISS title. I caught up with the head coach of the Asia women’s team, Veeras NaNongkhai, for the quick chat about the upcoming ISS season and his player selections for the first round in Myanmar.

Alex Newman: Thailand has not yet lost a match in any Super Series competition, how confident are you going into the particular 2014/2015 season?
Veeras NaNongkhai: Honestly, I am quiet confident that Thailand will be the champions again.

AN: So , which five players will you be sending in order to Myanmar for the 1 st round?
VN:
Servers: Sudaporn Palang , Nipaporn Salupphon
Spikers: Suphawadi Wongkhamchan , Niracha Tawinteung
Feeder: Boonsita Wongsuwan

AN: It looks like your team is quite young and you’ll be testing out some new talent at ISS Myanmar – who do you think is the most promising young Thai player?
VN: For the women’s team, I think it’s our web servers – Sudaporn Palang and Nipaporn Salupphon.

AN: Which teams do you consider will be your biggest challenge on ISS Myanmar?
VN: I think the most difficult and challenging teams for Asia are Vietnam, Indonesia, Korea and Myanmar

AN: Thailand has been on top of the sepaktakraw world for a long time. What goes on behind the scenes that makes the Thai team so dominant?
VN: What makes the Thai team so dominant in modern sepaktakraw is that the Takraw Association associated with Thailand takes care of the coaches as well as the athletes pretty well, and supports everybody as much as they can.

AN: If you could change anything to improve sepaktakraw, exactly what would it be?
VN: I’d love to observe sepaktakraw become a truly international sport!

Even if you’re a huge fan of the Thai women’s team, you might only recognise one or two from the players that Veeras has named for the ISS Myanmar competition.

Sudaporn Palang has offered and played well in global competition before, including at the ISTAF SuperSeries 2013/2014 finals in Kuala Lumpur and the 2013 King’s Mug in Thailand. Backing her up as the second server on the team can be Nipaporn Salupphon, who is just 17 years old, but has proven himself in domestic Thai tournaments upon countless occasions. It’ll be really interesting to see if Nipaporn can step up and play international level takraw at such a young age!

The only feeder on the team, Boonsita Wongsuwan, will be working with 2 young spikers to do the damage for that Thais at Myanmar. Spiker Niracha Tawinteung is another young hopeful, which, at just 18 years of age has a lot to prove after being selected to play in Myanmar. She’ll become backed up by Wongkhamchan Suphawadi which also hasn’t represented Thailand before, but has just helped her membership Chaiyaphum become the first ever champions from the Takraw Thailand Women’s League. The girl can full roll spike too, which means we’ll be seeing some of this in Myanmar (She can be #5 on the light blue team in this video)

It’ll be a super fascinating competition with so many untested players over the Thai team – can they maintain the unbeaten record going or will certainly more experienced squads like Korea or Myanmar break through for a first ISS victory?

By Alex Newman associated with Takrawesome

27/10/2014

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