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Nicky_608
Feb 7th, 2007, 06:18 AM
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Noppawan Lertcheewakarn. Her nickname is Nok began playing tennis at age 5.....hard courts is favorite surface.....her hobbies are playing computor, listening to the music......coached by ex-national player Sombat Eummongkol .......admires Andre Agassi.
Noppawan has been selected to participate in "The Rising Stars Programme" under the LTAT (Lawn Tennis Association of Thailand) since April 2006.

more information:http://www.jirobkk.com/player_profile_nok.htm
Good luck N'Nok :) :D

Nicky_608
Feb 7th, 2007, 06:22 AM
Nok @ Pattaya Open 2007

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Nicky_608
Feb 7th, 2007, 06:27 AM
Pattaya Women's Open 2007
Qualifying
1R:WC-LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan THA d. UBEROI, Shikha IND 16 76(3) 62 :)
2R:WC-LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan THA d. 5-CHAN, Chin-wei TPE 61 64:)
Final Round:WC-LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan THA d. 1-CZINK, Melinda HUN 64 62:D
Main draw
1R:8-NAKAMURA, Aiko JPN d. Q-LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan THA 36 63 61

peachhh
Feb 7th, 2007, 06:44 AM
Acordding to Jirobkk.com. Nok said her goal is to reach top 400 by the end of this year. Come on! Nok You can do it:worship:

jirobkk
Feb 13th, 2007, 09:00 AM
Noppawan dumps world No. 97 for main draw berth (http://jirobkk.forumtown.net/jirobkk-about350.html)

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PATTAYA Thailand, February 05, 2007
Thailand 15-year-old Noppawan Lertcheewakarn(WTA-895) made her main draw debut on WTA pro-circuit when she shocked top seed Melinda Czink (WTA-97) of Hungary in the qualifying final round, to secure her place to the main draw of the $US170,000 Pattaya Women's Open at the Dusit Resort Hotel, Pattaya, Thailand earlier today.

In all her winning way, Noppawan eliminated three good players along the way - defeated world No. 228 Shikha Uberoi of India 1-6, 7-6(3), 6-2 in the first round; upset fifth-seeded Chin-Wei Chan(WTA-159) of Chinese Taipei 6-1, 6-4 in the second round; knocked out top seed Melinda Czink (WTA-97) of Hungary 6-4, 6-2 in the final qualifying round.

" I played nothing to lose and did not feel any pressure playing her (Czink). I knew she serves well and hit the balls hard. My game plan was to attack her first and forced her into errors. I attacked her backhand side and did not try to change the ball direction. I went for my shot when I have opportunities. I hit the balls deep to avoid giving her any short balls. I'm happy I played well today " said Noppawan who was playing in her second WTA tournament after the 2006 Bangkok Open.

" She(Nakamura) is my idol. We have a similar style of hitting with two-handed on both sides. I watched her play in Australian Open. I'm looking forward to playing her. " added the Thai world junior No. 48 after she knew a first-round match-up against the Japanese world No. 56 Aiko Nakamura.

Nudnida Luangnam(WTA-323) could not get past the final round. She wasted three set points in the first set before falling 7-6(0), 6-1 to third-seeded Tzipora Obziler (WTA-139) of Israel.
In the main draw first round, wildcard entrant Montinee Tangphong(WTA-332) went down to Anastassia Rodionova(WTA-89) in straight sets 7-5, 7-6(4).

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Pattaya Women's Open 2007
Pattaya City, THA, Prize money : $US170,000 (Tier 4)
Draw: 32M/32Q/16D, Surface: Hard/Outdoors
05 - 11 Feb, 2007

Qualifying
First round
1-CZINK, Melinda HUN d. TONGSALEE, Napaporn THA 67(5) 63 63
AMANMURADOVA, Akgul UZB d. WC-VITAYAVIROJ, Thassha THA 64 63
WC-LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan THA d. UBEROI, Shikha IND 16 76(3) 62
5-CHAN, Chin-wei TPE d. APPINENI, Prerana IND 60 60

2-TAKAO, Erika JPN d. DAMAYANTI, Ayu-Fani INA 63 61
SUN, Shengnan CHN d. WC-RUNGTEIN, Chutharat THA 61 60
RAKHIM, Amina KAZ d. ZHANG, Shuai CHN 64 62
7-KLEPAC, Andreja SLO d. GUMULYA, Sandy INA 63 62

3-OBZILER, Tzipora ISR d. WC-WONGTEANCHAI, Varatchaya THA 60 61
REN, Jing CHN d. TANANTA, Lavinia INA 61 67(5) 62
LUANGNAM, Nudnida THA d. CHEN, Yanchong CHN 62 63
8-GULLICKSON, Carly USA d. YONEMURA, Tomoko JPN 62 63

4- YUAN, Meng CHN d. IIJIMA,Kumiko JPN 61 63
UBEROI, Neha USA d. HWANG, I-hsuan TPE 76(5) 64
SEMA, Yurika JPN d. JI, Chunmei CHN 64 76(5)
6-FERGUSON, Sophie AUS d. YONEMURA, Akiko JPN 62 63

Second round
1-CZINK, Melinda HUN d. AMANMURADOVA, Akgul UZB 62 64
WC-LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan THA d. 5-CHAN, Chin-wei TPE 61 64
SUN, Shengnan CHN d. 2-TAKAO, Erika JPN 06 61 76(3)
7-KLEPAC, Andreja SLO d. RAKHIM, Amina KAZ 75 61
3-OBZILER, Tzipora ISR d. REN, Jing CHN 62 61
LUANGNAM, Nudnida THA d. 8-GULLICKSON, Carly USA 75 46 64
4- YUAN, Meng CHN d. UBEROI, Neha USA 61 62
6-FERGUSON, Sophie AUS d. SEMA, Yurika JPN 63 64

Final round
WC-LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan THA d. 1-CZINK, Melinda HUN 64 62
7-KLEPAC, Andreja SLO d. SUN, Shengnan CHN 63 76(4)
3-OBZILER, Tzipora ISR d. LUANGNAM, Nudnida THA 76(0) 61
4- YUAN, Meng CHN d. 6-FERGUSON, Sophie AUS 62 64

jirobkk
Feb 13th, 2007, 09:02 AM
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Noppawan, Nudnida in final qualifying round

PATTAYA Thailand, February 04, 2007
Wildcard entrant Noppawan Lertcheewakarn(WTA-895) and Nudnida Luangnam(WTA-323) secured their place into the final qualifying round after they delivered the surprise second round upset in the $US170,000 Pattaya Women's Open at the Dusit Resort Hotel, Pattaya, Thailand earlier today.

15-year-old Noppawan, continued her giant-killing by upsetting fifth-seeded Chin-Wei Chan(WTA-159) of Chinese Taipei in straight set 6-1, 6-4 in a match lasting 57 minutes. Ranked 895th in the world, Noppawan, will take on top seed Melinda Czink (WTA-97) of Hungary for a place to the main draw.

" I'm so happy to reach the final round because my first goal is just winning atleast the first round. I knew that she (Chan) has a very good backhand (compared to forehand) when I saw her practicing. So I tried to attack her forehand side. " said the Thai who defeated world top 200 for the first time of her career.

" I used to practice with her (Czink) last year. She is a lefty and hit the ball hard from both side. Tomorrow I just want to play my game. I will be playing nothing to lose. Please come to support me tomorrow. " added the Thai junior No. 1, who has been selected to join the Lawn Tennis Association of Thailand's rising stars programme since April 2006.

Nudnida Luangnam(WTA-323) joined Noppawan's success by knocking out world No. 189 and eight-seeded Carly Gullickson of USA in a nerve-wracking contest 7-5, 4-6, 6-4 that spanned two hours and 23 minutes. The Thai talented girl from Sukhothai will play the final round against third-seeded Tzipora Obziler (WTA-139) of Israel.

jirobkk
Feb 13th, 2007, 09:03 AM
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Noppawan, Nudnida advance in Pattaya Women's Open

PATTAYA Thailand, February 03, 2007
Thailand's 15-year-old Noppawan Lertcheewakarn(WTA-895) pulled off the biggest upset in the qualifying first round of the $US170,000 Pattaya Women's Open after she stunned world No. 228 Shikha Uberoi of India at the Dusit Resort Hotel, Pattaya, Thailand earlier today.

Noppawan, overcame a ranking gap of over 550 places, rallied from a set down before defeating the Indian No. 2 player 1-6, 7-6(3), 6-2 in a match lasting 2 hours and 22 minutes. The Thai talented girl from Chiangmai, who has been selected to join the Lawn Tennis Association of Thailand's rising stars programme since April 2006, will next challenge fifth-seeded Chin-Wei Chan(WTA-159) of Chinese Taipei.

The other successful Thai today was Nudnida Luangnam(WTA-323) who defeated China's Yanchong Chen (WTA-193) in straight sets 6-2, 6-3.

teb78
Mar 6th, 2007, 09:23 AM
This week she's NO.2 seeds at
Jakarta , Indonesia , Junior's Tournaments Grade 2

First Round

1-CHERNYAKOVA Elena RUS vs LIU Shao-Zhuo CHN
TIRUMURTI Bhavani IND vs SACCA, Mia INA
LL-OKY SUCONONG, Pricilla Anggreni INA vs STUDENA, Veronika CZE
8-LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA vs WC-EMERALDA, Karyn INA

4-SWANEPOEL Bianca RSA vs LL-MELITA Cynthia INA
NAIK Adnya IND vs GUMULYA, Beatrice INA
Q-ARIYANA, Dwi INA vs Q-BALU, Sharmada IND
5- MULSAP Sophia THA vs WC-RAHMAWATI ULFA, Laili INA

6-ROMPIES Jessy INA vs SOLANKI Kumari Sweta IND
CHEN Mu Ying TPE vs DAVIDSON Bronwyn RSA
ISSARA Khurpak THA vs BARBIERE Giola ITA
3-ZHOU Yi-Miao CHN vs WC-MARYATI Komamg Sri INA

7-BARBAT Karen DEN vs SHROFF Kyra IND
Q-JOGASURIA Angelina INA vs YSDORA Grace Sari INA
SRIVASTAVA Ashvarya IND vs WC-RAHAYU PITRI, Dwi INA
2-LERTCHEEWAKARN , Noppawan THA vs Q-JOGASURIA, Angelika INA

GO GO Noppawan

jirobkk
Apr 15th, 2007, 04:59 PM
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Noppawan finishes runner-up in Taipei GB1

CHANG HUA Taipei, April 15, 2007
Third seed Noppawan Lertcheewakarn (ITF-71) lifts the girl's single runner-up trophy after bowing to top seed world junior No.21 Kai-Chen Chang of Taiwan in three sets battle 6-2, 2-6, 6-2 in the Rotary Cup Asian Closed Junior Championships, an ITF junior grade B1 at Yuan-Lin Sports Park Tennis Club in Chinese Taipei earlier today.

It was Noppawan's second defeat to the 16-year-old from Taiwan after losing 3-6, 1-6 in the quarter-finals in their only previous meeting in Seogwipo, Korea GB1 in 2006. The 15-year-old talented girl from Chinagmai awarded 120 ranking points for singles runner-up
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2007 Rotary Cup Asian Closed Junior Championships
Chang-Hua, TPE, Junior Grade B1
Draw: 64M/32Q/32D, Surface: Hard
Venue : Yuan-Lin Sports Park Tennis Club
09 - 15 April, 2007

First round
1-CHANG Kai-Chen TPE d. LIN Szu-Yu TPE 62 62
WU Pei-Lin TPE d. Q-HUANG Yu-Ting TPE 75 63
CHENG I-Ling TPE d. WEN Song-Ya TPE 64 61
15-SAENYAUKHOT Natchanok THA d. TSENG Mei-Ting TPE 63 63
10-LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA d. JANG Yi-Bei TPE 75 75
OTAKE Shiho JPN d. PHUMTIP Benyapa THA 61 61
HSIEH Shu-Ying TPE d. LL-ARAI Erina JPN 60 60
7-BURMAN Shivika IND d. SATO Marina JPN 64 62

4-ZHOU Yi-miao CHN d. LEE An-Jie TPE 64 60
OKUMA Ayumi JPN d. KU Yun TPE 60 62
KIM Ju-Eun KOR d. LIU Chi-Fan TPE 62 26 75
14-GUNUGANTI Janaki IND d. MORIMOTO Mika JPN 63 64
9-YANG Zi-Jun HKG d. LO Chiao-Fan TPE 60 36 62
Q-TANG Ming-Chi TPE d. WC-YANG Wan-Lin TPE 62 60
WU Jo-Hsuan TPE d. Q-IRIE Mako JPN 63 64
5-MULSAP Sophia THA d. WC-HUANG Huai-Hsuan TPE 62 61

8-LIU Shao-Zhuo CHN d. Q-TSAI Yi-Chen TPE 60 62
CHEN Mu-Ying TPE d. WC-ZENG Yi-Ting TPE 60 60
CHEN I-Ching TPE d. VEERAMACHANE Archana IND 62 61
12-NARATTANA Kanyapat THA d. SEKI Mayumi JPN 75 63
13-NAIK Aadnya IND d. WC-HUANG Hui-I TPE 62 62
MAHAJAROENKUL Satjaporn THA d. CHEN Yi-Ju TPE 61 63
Q-CHEN Yen-Ling TPE d. WC-CHANG Wei-Han TPE 60 62
3-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. JUAN Ting-Fei TPE 62 60

6-DY Denise PHI d. WC-TSAO Fang-Chi TPE 60 62
MIAO YuiLynn TPE d. WC-HUANG Ya-Ping TPE 61 62
HSU Tzu-Chen TPE d. Q-TSAI Hsin-Ting TPE 36 62 60
11-ISSARA Khunpak THA d. KISHI Mariko JPN 60 61
16-YAMASOTO Aki JPN d. HUANG Hui-Chi TPE 63 60
CHEN Yi-Chun TPE d. Q-LIOU Yu-Ru TPE 63 60
KAPOOR Gopika IND d. LI Meng-Lin TPE 76(3) 64
2-HAN Sung-Hee KOR d. JUAN Yu-Chu TPE 62 61

Second round
1-CHANG Kai-Chen TPE d. WU Pei-Lin TPE 61 61
15-SAENYAUKHOT Natchanok THA d. CHENG I-Ling TPE 46 61 63
OTAKE Shiho JPN d. 10-LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA 63 61
7-BURMAN Shivika IND d. HSIEH Shu-Ying TPE 75 57 75

4-ZHOU Yi-miao CHN d. OKUMA Ayumi JPN 61 61
14-GUNUGANTI Janaki IND d. KIM Ju-Eun KOR 62 62
9-YANG Zi-Jun HKG d. Q-TANG Ming-Chi TPE 60 60
5-MULSAP Sophia THA d. WU Jo-Hsuan TPE 61 64

8-LIU Shao-Zhuo CHN d. CHEN Mu-Ying TPE 60 61
12-NARATTANA Kanyapat THA d. CHEN I-Ching TPE 61 62
MAHAJAROENKUL Satjaporn THA d. 13-NAIK Aadnya IND 63 63
3-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. Q-CHEN Yen-Ling TPE 60 61

6-DY Denise PHI d. MIAO YuiLynn TPE 61 62
11-ISSARA Khunpak THA d. HSU Tzu-Chen TPE 60 63
16-YAMASOTO Aki JPN d. CHEN Yi-Chun TPE 61 60
2-HAN Sung-Hee KOR d. KAPOOR Gopika IND 61 61

Third round
1-CHANG Kai-Chen TPE d. 15-SAENYAUKHOT Natchanok THA 76(3) 63
OTAKE Shiho JPN d. 7-BURMAN Shivika IND 46 63 61
4-ZHOU Yi-miao CHN d. 14-GUNUGANTI Janaki IND 62 63
9-YANG Zi-Jun HKG d. 5-MULSAP Sophia THA 36 60 62

12-NARATTANA Kanyapat THA d. 8-LIU Shao-Zhuo CHN 63 62
3-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. MAHAJAROENKUL Satjaporn THA 62 62
6-DY Denise PHI d. 11-ISSARA Khunpak THA 62 62
2-HAN Sung-Hee KOR d. 16-YAMASOTO Aki JPN 63 61

QF
1-CHANG Kai-Chen TPE d. OTAKE Shiho JPN 62 46 61
4-ZHOU Yi-miao CHN d. 9-YANG Zi-Jun HKG 61 62

3-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 12-NARATTANA Kanyapat THA 61 63
6-DY Denise PHI d. 2-HAN Sung-Hee KOR 63 06 60

SF
1-CHANG Kai-Chen TPE d. 4-ZHOU Yi-miao CHN 46 62 64
3-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 6-DY Denise PHI 61 75

Final
1-CHANG Kai-Chen TPE d. 3-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA 62 26 62

Vut
May 5th, 2007, 05:45 PM
:hearts: Good Luck N'Nok...

jirobkk
May 6th, 2007, 05:08 PM
Nungnadda defeats Noppawan to win Jakarta title

JAKARTA Indonesia, May 06, 2007
Thailand 17-year-old Nungnadda Wannasuk(WTA-674) secured her third career ITF Women's Circuit title after defeating younger compatriot and sixth-seeded Noppawan Lertcheewakarn (WTA-684) in the women's singles final of the US$10,000 Mitra Kencana Open at the Kemayoran Tennis Center in Jakarta Indonesia earlier today.

Following her solid win against 27-year-old former SEA Games gold medalist Wukirash Sawondari in the semis, Nungnadda, rallied from a set down before defeating 15-year-old Noppawan in three sets battle 3-6, 6-4, 6-3, to capture her third career titles in senior level after capturing two ITF(US$10,000) titles in Nigeria and in Pune, India last year.

" It's always a good feeling to win a tournament. In the first set, she (Noppawan) played really well and I made too many unforced errors. In the second, I went for my shots whenever I have good opportunities after having long rallies. She did not move that well in the third set I think because of she got tired from yesterday long semifinal match. I was happy to win today. " said Nungnadda who is sponsored by Boon Rawd Brewery Company Limited.

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Mitra Kencana Open 2007
10K Jakarta, INA
Tournament site : Kemayoran Tennis Center
Draw: 32M/64Q/16D, Surface: Hardcourt/Outdoors
30 Apr - 06 May, 2007

First Round
1-INA TANANTA, Lavinia d. JPN ETO, Naoko 61 61
AUS CHAN, Cassandra d. WC-INA MARYATI, Komang-Sri 60 61
Q-THA BORWORNCHOKCHAI , Sasirin d. WC-INA EMERALDA, Karyn 64 26 62
5-THA WANNASUK, Nungnadda d. Q-PHI DY, Denise 75 63

4-JPN AIKO, Kasumi d. RUS GAVEROVA, Maya 75 62
WC-INA SACCA, Mia d. INA GUMULYA, Beatrice 61 26 61
SIN LEE, Wei-Ping d. KOR LYOO-SUH, Hee-Sun 61 64
Q-INA SAWONDARI, Wukirasih d. 8-INA BUDIHARTO , Lutfiana- Aris 64 75

6-THA LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan d. IND NANDAKUMAR, Asha 61 61 JPN TAIRA, Tomoko d. Q-USA SUNDARAM, Kelsey 61 1-1 Ret.
Q-THA CHANTAWANNOP, Penporn d. Q-MAS NOORDIN, Jawariah 62 63
3-SLO MAJERIC, Tadeja d. JPN KOSHINO, Yurina 63 57 6-6 Ret.

INA ROMPIES, Jessy d. 7-JPN DOKEI, Tomoko 76(2) 57 63
Q-THA PHONKAN, Daowadueng d. WC-INA RAHMAWATI ULFA, Laili 61 63
Q-INA MENDE, Septi d. AUS BRYCKI, Michelle 67(5) 75 76(4)
2-IND IYER, Tara d. INA SILFANY-TONY, Vivien 62 61

Second Round
1-INA TANANTA, Lavinia d. AUS CHAN, Cassandra 62 57 64
5-THA WANNASUK, Nungnadda d. Q-THA BORWORNCHOKCHAI , Sasirin 64 62
4-JPN AIKO, Kasumi d. WC-INA SACCA, Mia 64 26 63
Q-INA SAWONDARI, Wukirasih d. SIN LEE, Wei-Ping 64 62

6-THA LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan d. JPN TAIRA, Tomoko 61 60
3-SLO MAJERIC, Tadeja d. Q-THA CHANTAWANNOP, Penporn 26 63 61
INA ROMPIES, Jessy d. Q-THA PHONKAN, Daowadueng 46 61 62
2-IND IYER, Tara d. Q-INA MENDE, Septi 62 61

QF
5-THA WANNASUK, Nungnadda d. 1-INA TANANTA, Lavinia 46 61 76(5)
Q-INA SAWONDARI, Wukirasih d. 4-JPN AIKO, Kasumi 63 61

6-THA LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan d. 3-SLO MAJERIC, Tadeja 64 63 2-IND IYER, Tara d. INA ROMPIES, Jessy 63 61

SF
5-THA WANNASUK, Nungnadda d. Q-INA SAWONDARI, Wukirasih 63 46 64
6-THA LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan d. 2-IND IYER, Tara 76(3) 67(4) 64

Final
5-THA WANNASUK, Nungnadda d. 6-THA LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan 36 64 63

jirobkk
May 14th, 2007, 01:38 PM
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Noppawan, Kanyapat, Nicha

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Thailand beat Australia to win JFC Title

KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia May 13, 2007
Thai girls had a successful campaign to claim the Junior Fed Cup Title with a 2 - 1 upset victory over top seed Australia in the finals ( Knock-out stage ) of Junior Fed Cup Asia/Oceania qualifying Zone at the LTAM National Tennis Center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia earlier today.

It was very tightly contested with the results not decided till the final set of the doubles with Thailand won 3-6, 7-6(5), 7-5 in a three hour and 20 minutes marathon decisive doubles match after having split the singles ties.

In all their winning way, Thailand team who has finished 5th place in last year, had cruised through their section of the draw with an impressive 15-3 winning record. The Thais, seeded fourth, had eliminated four seeded along the way, beat sixth-seeded Indonesia 2-1 in a single round robin; defeated eight-seeded Korea 3-0 in the quarter-finals; knocked out second seed Japan 2-1 in the semi-finals; and upset top seed Australia 2-1 in the final.

The top three teams who advanced to the World Group which will held in in Reggio Emilia, Italy are fourth-seeded Thailand ( first place ), top seed Australia ( second place ) and second seed Japan ( third place ), who defeated third-seeded Uzbekistan 2-1.

It was an impressive results for Thai tennis as Thai girls' 14U ( Luksika Kumkhum, Jaruwadee Kaewma and Napatsakorn Sankaew ) also won a title in the World Junior (Under 14) Competition Asia/Oceania qualifying Zone earlier last month.

The 2007 Thailand Junior Fed Cup team comprised Noppawan Lertcheewakarn (ITF-52), Nicha Lertpitaksinchai (ITF-188), and Kanyapat Narattana (ITF-187). Team captain : Mr Virat Baerrohim.

Kurama
Oct 28th, 2007, 06:36 AM
Congrat Nopawan for Champian Junior G 2 Bangkok

Girls Main draw
First round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. SE-PEGULA Jessica USA 63 61
WC-KAEWMA Jaruwadee THA d. ORMAECHEA Paula ARG 62 67(6) 61
Q-BABOS Timea HUN d. WC-MAHAJAROENKUL Satjaporn THA 61 64
8-KICHENOK Nadiya UKR d. KOVARCIKOVA Lucia SVK 75 62

4-ROMPIES Jessy Priskila INA d. PERRIN Conny SUI 76(4) 67(6) 64
LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA d. GUNAGANTI Janaki IND 62 60
NARATTANA Kanyapat THA d. Q-LASZLOFFY Vivien HUN 62 62
WC-KUMKHUM Luksika THA d. 5-YANG Zi-Jun HKG 62 46 61

Q-SUSANYI Zsofia HUN d. 7-MULSAP Sophia THA 63 62
MAGNUSSON Caroline SWE d. SAENYAUKHOT Natchanok THA 36 64 64
LUSHCHINA Marina RUS d. LL-SLATER Laura GBR 26 64 61
3-KICHENOK Lyudmyla UKR d. HOPPER Jade AUS 61 62

6-SWANEPOEL Bianca RSA d. ISSARA Khunpak THA 64 63
Q-JANI Reka HUN d. WC-PANTUSART Prang THA 67(4) 62 60
GUMULYA Beatrice INA d. SE-D'ORTONA Giadagiovanna ITA 63 64
MOUNDIR Sarah SUI d. 2-VENKATESH Pooja Shree IND 60 06 64

Second round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. WC-KAEWMA Jaruwadee THA 60 61
Q-BABOS Timea HUN d. 8-KICHENOK Nadiya UKR 46 75 61
LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA d. 4-ROMPIES Jessy Priskila INA 64 36 76(4)
NARATTANA Kanyapat THA d. WC-KUMKHUM Luksika THA 62 61

Q-SUSANYI Zsofia HUN d. MAGNUSSON Caroline SWE 61 63
3-KICHENOK Lyudmyla UKR d. LUSHCHINA Marina RUS 36 61 64
Q-JANI Reka HUN d. 6-SWANEPOEL Bianca RSA 63 63
GUMULYA Beatrice INA d. MOUNDIR Sarah SUI 16 76(6) 64

QF
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. Q-BABOS Timea HUN 63 61
LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA d. NARATTANA Kanyapat THA 63 62

3-KICHENOK Lyudmyla UKR d. Q-SUSANYI Zsofia HUN 63 75
Q-JANI Reka HUN d. GUMULYA Beatrice INA 63 64

SF
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA 62 57 64
Q-JANI Reka HUN d. 3-KICHENOK Lyudmyla UKR 63 62

Final
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. Q-JANI Reka HUN 61 67(1) 60

Vut
Oct 28th, 2007, 11:54 AM
:yeah:

jirobkk
Oct 28th, 2007, 05:02 PM
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Noppawan win home G2 title

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Nov 3rd, 2007, 09:42 AM
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Noppawan wins maiden GB1 title

NEW DELHI India, 03 November, 2007
Thailand rising stars Noppawan Lertcheewakarn(ITF-33) became the first Thai junior to win a ITF GB1 title after defeating fifth-seeded Zi-Jun Yang(ITF-104) in the girl's singles final of the Asia/Oceania Closed ITF Junior Championship at the DLTA Tennis Complex in New Delhi earlier today.

Top seed Noppawan Lertcheewakarn, who plays with two-handed both sides, extended her winning streak going to 10-0 as she beat Zi-Jun Yang(ITF-104) in straight sets 6-1, 6-1 in the final contest. Noppawan, who won five matches in a row to capture her third ITF junior title in G2 Bangkok last weekend and has now won five rounds here, improved to 2-1 lifetime against the Hong Kong fifth-seeded.

It was Noppawan's first-career GB1 title after finishing the girls' singles runner-up at the Asia/Oceania Junior Closed in Taiwan earlier this year. The teenager from Chiangmai, who turns 16-year-old this month, has already won three singles ITF junior titles. The first title came at G3 Rajshahi, Bangladesh in 2006, won the second at G2 Jakarta, Indonesia in 2006 and captured the third trophy in G2 Bangkok 2007. In addition, the Chiangmai 15-year-old led Thailand team to win maiden title at the 2007 Junior Fed Cup Asia/Oceania Qualifying and finished the fourth place in the World Group Final this year.

Noppawan, who is now working with former National coach, Robert Davis, awarded another +180 computor ranking points for this week GB1 champion, together with the one hundred(+100) she has already earned as the winner of last week's Bangkok G2. She will break into Top-20 (around 16) in world junior ranking for the first time by next week.

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Asia Oceania Closed Championship
New Delhi, IND ( Grade B1)
Draw: 64M/32Q/32D, Surface: Hardcourt/Outdoors
Site : RK Khanna Tennis Stadium (Delta Tennis Complex)
29 Oct - 03 Nov, 2007

First round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA vs BYE
HSU Tzu-Chen TPE d. SRIVASTAVA Dipti IND 76(3) 60
SUNDARAM Kelsey IND d. Q-GUPTA Tanvi IND 61 60
AGRA Jessica Marie PHIL d. 14-DAYAL Sonya IND 62 64
10-HOOPER Jade AUS d. WC-ANDRADY Arantxa IND 75 62
SHAH Tanvi.R IND d. Q-NARAYANA Pooja IND 60 63
TARIMELA Niyala IND d. Q-HARIHARAN Divya IND 60 61
7-NARATTANA Kanyapat THA d. MOHAN Nimisha IND 60 75

3-KOLESNICHENKO Aleksandra UZB vs BYE
BHAMBRI Prerna IND d. WC-ATHREYA Sadhana IND 62 62
AGARWAL Aishwarya IND d. WC-SEHGAL Disha IND 60 61
15-LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA d. LIN Szu-Yu TPE 63 62
9-GUMULYA Beatrice INA d. WC-VATWANI Garima IND 75 62
SOLANKI Sweta IND d. KAPOOR Gopika IND 76(1) 62
BATRA RATNIKA IND d. NAIK Aadnya IND 64 75
6-MULSAP Sophia THA d. SHEORON Vishakha IND 61 62

5-YANG ZI-JUN HGK d. CHINTALA Mohana IND 60 61
SUNKARA Rishika IND d. BHATTACHARTA Treta IND 64 75
PANTUSART Prang THA d. CHELSEA Te Tai NZL 64 60
12-GUNAGANTI Janaki IND d. Q-SRIVASTAVA Taruka IND
TELTUMBDE Rashmi IND d. 13-SAENYAUKHOT Natchanok THA 76(4) 67(0) 64
KHOSLA Inayat IND d. WC-RAINA Ankita IND 61 62
VAJIRANI Deepna IND d. Q-SHARADDHA Dali IND 06 64 63
4-PRISKILLA ROMPIES Jessy INA d. VEERAMACHAANENI Archana IND 62 63

8-BURMAN Shivika IND d. DAS Susita IND 60 60
PRENKO Anastasiya TKM d. KAPOOR Anushka IND 61 60
Q-KESWANI Renuka IND d. SARAVANAMOHAN Asha IND 75 61
11-ISSARA Khunpak THA d. TSAO Fang_Chi TPE 63 62
16-MAHAJAROENKUL Satjaporn THA d. WC-SARDA Rachita IND 63 60
CELINA Goetti SIN d. Q-BHATIA Ankita IND 60 60
MAKOVEY Veronika AUS d. WC-SURESH Bhavana IND 63 63
2-VENKATESH Poojasree IND vs BYE

Second round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. HSU Tzu-Chen TPE 61 60
SUNDARAM Kelsey IND d. AGRA Jessica Marie PHIL 63 62
10-HOOPER Jade AUS d. SHAH Tanvi.R IND 62 64
7-NARATTANA Kanyapat THA d. TARIMELA Niyala IND 63 60

3-KOLESNICHENKO Aleksandra UZB d. BHAMBRI Prerna IND 64 63
15-LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA d. AGARWAL Aishwarya IND 62 63
9-GUMULYA Beatrice INA d. SOLANKI Sweta IND 63 64
6-MULSAP Sophia THA d. BATRA RATNIKA IND 61 64

5-YANG ZI-JUN HGK d. SUNKARA Rishika IND 64 64
12-GUNAGANTI Janaki IND d. PANTUSART Prang THA 62 36 76(7)
TELTUMBDE Rashmi IND d. KHOSLA Inayat IND 63 62
4-PRISKILLA ROMPIES Jessy INA d. VAJIRANI Deepna IND 60 60

8-BURMAN Shivika IND d. PRENKO Anastasiya TKM 46 76(4) 61
11-ISSARA Khunpak THA d. Q-KESWANI Renuka IND 60 60
16-MAHAJAROENKUL Satjaporn THA d. CELINA Goetti SIN 62 62
2-VENKATESH Poojasree IND d. MAKOVEY Veronika AUS 46 61 61

Third round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. SUNDARAM Kelsey IND 36 60 60
10-HOOPER Jade AUS d. 7-NARATTANA Kanyapat THA 64 46 61
3-KOLESNICHENKO Aleksandra UZB d. 15-LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA 64 63
6-MULSAP Sophia THA d. 9-GUMULYA Beatrice INA 64 76(3)

5-YANG ZI-JUN HGK d. 12-GUNAGANTI Janaki IND 63 63
4-PRISKILLA ROMPIES Jessy INA d. TELTUMBDE Rashmi IND 60 62
11-ISSARA Khunpak THA d. 8-BURMAN Shivika IND 26 61 60
2-VENKATESH Poojasree IND d. 16-MAHAJAROENKUL Satjaporn THA 75 60

QF
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 10-HOOPER Jade AUS 62 60
3-KOLESNICHENKO Aleksandra UZB d. 6-MULSAP Sophia THA 36 60 63

5-YANG ZI-JUN HGK d. 4-PRISKILLA ROMPIES Jessy INA 64 62
2-VENKATESH Poojasree IND d. 11-ISSARA Khunpak THA 60 60

SF
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 3-KOLESNICHENKO Aleksandra UZB 63 64
5-YANG ZI-JUN HGK d. 2-VENKATESH Poojasree IND 64 62

Final
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 5-YANG ZI-JUN HGK 61 61

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Mar 23rd, 2008, 10:40 AM
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Noppawan wins maiden G1 title in Sarawak

SARAWAK Malaysia March 23, 2008

Thailand No.1 junior Noppawan Lertcheewakarn captured her first-career ITF junior Grade 1 title after defeating No.16 seed Zsofia Susanyi of Hungary in girl's singles final of the 11th Sarawak Chief Minister's Cup World ITF Junior Circuit, an ITF junior Grade 1, at Sarawak Lawn Tennis Centre in Malaysia earlier today.

The Thai star, who dropped only 11 games in four matches going into the final, rallied from a 3-5 down in the final set before overwhelming 16-year-old world No.111 from Hungary in three gruelling sets 6-0, 6-7(5), 7-5 in the final contest.

It was Noppawan's first-career G1 title after bagging GB1 in Asia/Oceania Junior Closed in India last year. With 150 ITF juniors points for singles champion and 50 points for doubles semifinalists, the Chiangmai 16-year-old would be jumping into the top-10 for the first time when the combined rankings are announced next week.

Following Sarawak, Noppawan will be heading to Manila for Grade 1 Mitsubishi-Lancer International Junior Championships where the projected top five seeds are: Thailand's Noppawan Lertcheewakarn(ITF-18), Elena Chernyakova of Russia(ITF-22), Zi-Jun Yang of Hong Kong(ITF-35), Reka-Luca Jani of Hungari(ITF-40), and Misaki Doi of Japan(ITF-61).

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11th Sarawak Chief Minister's Cup World ITF Junior Circuit
Sarawak, MAS, Grade 1
Draw: 48M/48Q/24D, Surface: Hardcourt/Outdoors
Venue : Sarawak Lawn Tennis Association Centre
March 17 - 23, 2008

First round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA vs BYE
CHEN Yi-Ching TPE d. YANG Zi CHN 63 63
ROGOWSKA Olivia AUS d. LAI Cecilia MAS 60 60
14-IVAKHNENKO Valentyna UKR vs BYE
11-PEERS Sally AUS vs BYE
SUMNER Ashling AUS vs BYE
WHYBOURN Lisa GBR d. TAN Li Yun SIN 63 62
7-LINHOVA Zuzana CZE vs BYE

3-ROMPIES Jessy INA vs BYE
HOPPER Jade AUS d. MATHIS Christina AUT 63 61
NOORDIN Jawairiah MAS d. TE TAI Chelsea NZL 62 62
13-KOLESNICHENKO Aleksandra UZB vs BYE
9-BABOS Timea HUN vs BYE
TELTUMBDE Rashmi IND d. MORRIS Cody AUS 63 61
MARENKO Anna Arina RUS vs BYE
5-KICHENOK Lyudmyla UKR vs BYE

6-HOLLAND Isabella AUS vs BYE
SHAH Tanvi IND d. AGRA Jessica Marie PHI 62 62
TUMOVA Monika CZE vs BYE
10-SPREMO Milana SRB vs BYE
16-SUSANYI Zsofia HUN vs BYE
YSIDORA Grace Sari INA d. CHANG Jane MAS 60 60
LIU Ming CHN d. PRENTNER Jeannine AUT 64 3-2 Retired
4-YANG Zi Jun HKG vs BYE

8-DOI Misaki JPN vs BYE
ZHAO Di CHN d. WC-CHONG Dorothy MAS 61 62
LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA d. GUNUGANTI Janaki IND 60 61
12-KICHENOK Nadiya UKR vs BYE
15-GUMULYA Beatrice INA vs BYE
SUNDARAM Kelsey USA d. KHABIBULINA Sasha BLR 46 64 64
HUBACEK Alenka AUS vs BYE
2-JANI Reka-Luca HUN vs BYE

Second round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. CHEN Yi-Ching TPE 61 62
ROGOWSKA Olivia AUS d. 14-IVAKHNENKO Valentyna UKR 64 63
11-PEERS Sally AUS d. SUMNER Ashling AUS 62 67(8) 64
7-LINHOVA Zuzana CZE d. WHYBOURN Lisa GBR 62 61

3-ROMPIES Jessy INA d. HOPPER Jade AUS 63 63
13-KOLESNICHENKO Aleksandra UZB d. NOORDIN Jawairiah MAS 62 67(7) 62
9-BABOS Timea HUN d. TELTUMBDE Rashmi IND 76(4) 62
5-KICHENOK Lyudmyla UKR d.MARENKO Anna Arina RUS 61 61

6-HOLLAND Isabella AUS d. SHAH Tanvi IND 62 46 60
TUMOVA Monika CZE d. 10-SPREMO Milana SRB 63 62
16-SUSANYI Zsofia HUN d. YSIDORA Grace Sari INA 62 63
4-YANG Zi Jun HKG d. LIU Ming CHN 67(5) 64 64

8-DOI Misaki JPN d. ZHAO Di CHN 75 62
12-KICHENOK Nadiya UKR d. LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA 62 64
15-GUMULYA Beatrice INA d. SUNDARAM Kelsey USA 64 61
2-JANI Reka-Luca HUN d. HUBACEK Alenka AUS 62 63

Third round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. ROGOWSKA Olivia AUS 61 60
7-LINHOVA Zuzana CZE d. 11-PEERS Sally AUS 61 46 63
3-ROMPIES Jessy INA d. 13-KOLESNICHENKO Aleksandra UZB 75 2-1 Ret.
9-BABOS Timea HUN d. 5-KICHENOK Lyudmyla UKR 67(4) 62 64

TUMOVA Monika CZE d. 6-HOLLAND Isabella AUS 63 67(2) 63
16-SUSANYI Zsofia HUN d. 4-YANG Zi Jun HKG 26 61 61
12-KICHENOK Nadiya UKR d. 8-DOI Misaki JPN 60 64
15-GUMULYA Beatrice INA d. 2-JANI Reka-Luca HUN 64 63

QF
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 7-LINHOVA Zuzana CZE 62 62
9-BABOS Timea HUN d. 3-ROMPIES Jessy INA 61 16 61

16-SUSANYI Zsofia HUN d. TUMOVA Monika CZE 64 61
15-GUMULYA Beatrice INA d. 12-KICHENOK Nadiya UKR 62 64

SF
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 9-BABOS Timea HUN 63 60
16-SUSANYI Zsofia HUN d. 15-GUMULYA Beatrice INA 64 61

Final
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 16-SUSANYI Zsofia HUN 60 67(5) 75

-sugi-
Mar 23rd, 2008, 11:03 AM
Noppawan :woohoo:

Will she be top 10 in the Junior ranks now? :D

Vut
Mar 23rd, 2008, 01:21 PM
Nok will be in top10 by next week!... congrats!!!!!!
I hope she will do well in the ITFs.

-sugi-
Mar 23rd, 2008, 07:44 PM
:yeah:
Hopefully she can start achieving good results on the main tour. :D

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Mar 30th, 2008, 10:27 AM
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Second straight G1 title for Noppawan at Mitsubishi-Lancer

MANILA Philippines March 30, 2008
Top seed Noppawan Lertcheewakarn continued her good form to win the 19th Mitsubishi-Lancer International Junior Championships title, an ITF junior Grade 1 at Rizal Memorial Tennis Center in Manila earlier today.

Currently ranked No.8th in the world, the Thai star, who had never lost a set in two weeks until today, came from a set down to register a 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 victory over world No.59 and tenth-seeded Timea Babos, improved to 3-0 lifetime against the Hungarian teenager.

It was Noppawan's second career Grade 1 title after bagging last week's Grade 1 Chief Minister's Cup in Sarawak. The Thai 16-year-old has already won GB1 in Asia/Oceania Junior Closed in India last year. In addition, the Chiangmai native led Thailand team to win maiden title at the 2007 Junior Fed Cup Asia/Oceania Qualifying and finished the fourth place in the World Group Final last year.

With a good showing in two week tour, Noppawan awarded another +150 computor ranking points for this week G1 Manila champion, together with the one hundred and fifty(+150) she has already earned as the winner of last week's G1 Sarawak. She will become the first Thai women after Montinee Tangphong(career-high at No.20th in 19 May 2003), to reach a career-high of No.7th when the combined rankings are announced next week.

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19th Mitsubishi-Lancer International Junior Championships
Manila, PHI, Grade 1
Draw: 48M/24Q/24D, Surface: Hardcourt/Outdoors
Venue : Rizal Memorial Tennis Center
March 25 - 30, 2008

First round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA vs BYE
MORRIS Cody AUS d. WC-AGRA Jessica-Marie PHI 61 63
SUSANYI Zsofia HUN d. MARENKO Anna Arina RUS 60 64
15-GUMULYA Beatrice INA vs Bye
11-DOI Misaki JPN vs Bye
KOLESNICHENKO Alexandra UZB d. SHRIVASTAVA Ashvarya IND 76(6) 61
HUBACEK Alenka AUS d. WESTBURY Katherine NZL 75 36 61
6-KICHENOK Lyudmyla UKR vs Bye

4-YANG Zi-Jun HKG vs Bye
Q-SUMNER Ashling AUS d. SHAH Tanvi IND 64 63
SE-SHROFF Kyra IND d. WC-BABA Enah PHI 61 60
14-IVAKHNENKO Valentyna UKR vs Bye
9-PEERS Sally AUS vs Bye
MULSAP Sophia THA d. MATHIS Christina AUT 60 46 75
MAHAJAROENKUL Satjaporn THA d. WC-HO Cathrina Jasmine PHI 61 60
5-JANI Reka-Luca HUN vs Bye

8-HOLLAND Isabella AUS vs Bye
Q-ROGOWSKA Olivia AUS d. LL-MAGAWAY Victoria Louise PHI 60 60
WHYBOURN Lisa GBR d. WC-SANTIAGO Ma. Regina PHI 75 61
12-KICHENOK Nadiya UKR vs Bye
13-NARATTANA Kanyapat THA vs Bye
Q-KHABIBULINA Sasha BLR d. SE-BALU Sharmada IND 62 61
ISHIZU Sachie JPN d. Q-DALE Isabella THA 62 16 60
3-ROMPIES Jessy INA vs Bye

7-SPREMO Milana SRB vs Bye
TUMOVA Monika CZE d. ISSARA Khunpak THA 76(5) 63
TELTUMBDE Rashmi IND d. Q-ORTEZA Patricia Joy PHI 60 61
10-BABOS Timea HUN vs Bye
16-HOPPER Jade AUS vs Bye
LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA d. WC-LUCERO Rachel Regina PHI 61 60
TE TAI Chelsea NZL d. WC-GUBA Jonicka Martina PHI 61 61
2-CHERNYAKOVA Elena RUS vs Bye

Second round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. MORRIS Cody AUS 61 62
15-GUMULYA Beatrice INA d. SUSANYI Zsofia HUN 06 75 64
KOLESNICHENKO Alexandra UZB d. 11-DOI Misaki JPN 60 76(3)
HUBACEK Alenka AUS d. 6-KICHENOK Lyudmyla UKR 61 64

4-YANG Zi-Jun HKG d. Q-SUMNER Ashling AUS 75 46 76(5)
14-IVAKHNENKO Valentyna UKR d. SE-SHROFF Kyra IND 63 62
9-PEERS Sally AUS d. MULSAP Sophia THA 61 62
5-JANI Reka-Luca HUN d. MAHAJAROENKUL Satjaporn THA 64 36 63

Q-ROGOWSKA Olivia AUS d. 8-HOLLAND Isabella AUS 60 62
12-KICHENOK Nadiya UKR d. WHYBOURN Lisa GBR 46 61 64
13-NARATTANA Kanyapat THA d. Q-KHABIBULINA Sasha BLR 76(8) 63
3-ROMPIES Jessy INA d. ISHIZU Sachie JPN 62 62

7-SPREMO Milana SRB d. TUMOVA Monika CZE 63 63
10-BABOS Timea HUN d. TELTUMBDE Rashmi IND 61 60
LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA d. 16-HOPPER Jade AUS 62 60
2-CHERNYAKOVA Elena RUS d. TE TAI Chelsea NZL 62 63

Third round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 15-GUMULYA Beatrice INA 75 64
KOLESNICHENKO Alexandra UZB d. HUBACEK Alenka AUS 61 26 64
4-YANG Zi-Jun HKG d. 14-IVAKHNENKO Valentyna UKR 60 61
5-JANI Reka-Luca HUN d. 9-PEERS Sally AUS 63 76(7)

12-KICHENOK Nadiya UKR d. Q-ROGOWSKA Olivia AUS 64 64
13-NARATTANA Kanyapat THA d. 3-ROMPIES Jessy INA 26 62 63
10-BABOS Timea HUN d. 7-SPREMO Milana SRB 76(2) 64
2-CHERNYAKOVA Elena RUS d. LERTPITAKSINCHAI Nicha THA 46 75 1-0 ret.
(Heat)

QF
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. KOLESNICHENKO Alexandra UZB 60 63
4-YANG Zi-Jun HKG d. 5-JANI Reka-Luca HUN 06 61 62

12-KICHENOK Nadiya UKR d. 13-NARATTANA Kanyapat THA 64 46 63
10-BABOS Timea HUN d. 2-CHERNYAKOVA Elena RUS 60 60

SF
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 4-YANG Zi-Jun HKG 76(4) 62
10-BABOS Timea HUN d. 12-KICHENOK Nadiya UKR 46 63 76(5)

Final
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 10-BABOS Timea HUN 36 75 64

-sugi-
Mar 30th, 2008, 03:07 PM
Another great week :eek: :yeah:.

Vut
Apr 1st, 2008, 03:42 PM
Keep going NOK!

jirobkk
Apr 13th, 2008, 01:15 PM
Noppawan, Peerakit win Asian Closed Championship

INDORE India April 12, 2008
Thailand's top ranked junior Peerakit Siributwong and Noppawan Lertcheewakarn captured ITF junior Grade B1 title after defeating their rivals in singles final of the Asian Closed Junior Tennis Championships, an ITF junior Grade B1 at Indore Tennis Club in India earlier today.

Third-seeded Peerakit Siributwong, 17-year-old from Ratchaburi, won his maiden ITF Junior Grade B1 after defeating fourth-seeded Hiroki Moriya of Japan in straight sets 6-2, 6-2.

Top seed Noppawan, 16-year-old world No.4 from Chiangmai extended her winning streak going to 16-0 as she beat Zi-Jun Yang in straight sets 6-2, 6-0, improved to 4-1 lifetime against the Hong Kong teenager. It was Noppawan's third consecutive ITF Junior titles after capturing Grade 1 events in Manila and Sarawak last month. She became the first Thai women after Montinee Tangphong(career-high at No.20th in 19 May 2003), to reach a career-high at No.4 on the ITF World Junior rankings.

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Asian Closed Junior Tennis Championships 2008
Indore, IND : Grade B1
Draw: 64M/32Q/32D, Surface: Hardcourt/Outdoors
Venue : Indore Tennis Club
April 07 -12, 2008

First round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. PAUL SHARON SANCHANA IND 60 75
PRENKO ANASTASIYA TKM d. ADACHI YUKO JPN 63 64
RAINA ANKITA IND d. Q-B NITYARAJ IND 60 60
16-SHAH TANVI IND d. Q-PARMER BHOOMI IND 60 61
12-KHUNPAK ISSARA THA d. SHRISTAVA ASHVARYA IND 75 63
MAHAJAROENKUL SATJAPORN THA d. WC-KAUR BALJINDER IND 60 62
SAENYA-UKHOT NUTCHANOK THA d. SOLANKI SWETA IND 64 63
6-GUMULYA BEATRICE INA d. WC-APPINENI Prerna Mythri IND 60 64

4-YAMASOTO AKI JPN d. DESTRIANA BELLA INA 60 64
BALU SHARMADA IND d. KAPOOR GOPIKA IND 64 61
WC-PATEL NOVA IND d. WC-SHARMA ARUSHI IND 64 62
WC-SUNDARAM KELSEY IND d. 13-NOORDIN JAWAIRIAH MAS 63 64
10-MULSAP SOPHIA THA d. THOMBARE PRARTHANA IND 61 63
Q-B SOWJANYA IND d. GUTTA SUSHMA IND 60 61
SUNKARA RISHIKA IND d. WC-AGRA Jessica Marie PHI 63 61
5-VENKATESH POOJASHREE IND d. DAYAL SONIYA IND 61 60

8-KOLESNICHENKO Aleksandra UZB d. DALI SHRADDHA IND 61 63
DAS SUSITA IND d. WC-THAKUR ANJALI IND 62 62
BATRA RATNIKA IND d. WC-PALHA NATASHA IND 76(3) 63
9-LERTPITAKSINCHAI NICHA THA d. Q-U.M. SHALAKA IND 62 63
GOETTI CELINA SIN d. 15-GUNAGANTI JANKI IND 61 60
NAITO HARUKA JPN d. Q-AHUJA ABHILASHA IND 62 63
Q-CHILUMULA NIDHI IND d. Q-SARKAR ANANYA IND 60 62
3-YANG ZI-JUN HKG d. LL-UJJINI PREETHI IND 60 60

7-NARATTANA KANYAPAT THA d. ANDRADY ARANTXA IND 61 60
AGRAWAL AISHWARYA IND d. SRIVASTAVA DIPTI IND 61 62
KHOSLA INAYAT IND d. Q-JOON SMRITI IND 61 62
11-TELTUMBDE RASHMI IND d. NAITO HITOMI JPN 61 63
14-INOUE MIYABI JPN d. DANGWAL VANIYA IND 62 61
PANTUSART PRANG THA d. MOHAN ASHA.S IND 60 60
SHROFF KYRA IND d. GUPTA TANVI IND 60 60
2-ROMPIES JESSY INA d. RANA SHWETA IND 46 62 60

Second round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. PRENKO ANASTASIYA TKM 63 62
16-SHAH TANVI IND d. RAINA ANKITA IND 64 62
12-KHUNPAK ISSARA THA d. MAHAJAROENKUL SATJAPORN THA 63 63
6-GUMULYA BEATRICE INA d. SAENYA-UKHOT NUTCHANOK THA 76(6) 63

4-YAMASOTO AKI JPN d. BALU SHARMADA IND 61 62
WC-SUNDARAM KELSEY IND d. WC-PATEL NOVA IND 63 60
10-MULSAP SOPHIA THA d. Q-B SOWJANYA IND 61 61
5-VENKATESH POOJASHREE IND d. SUNKARA RISHIKA IND 64 61

8-KOLESNICHENKO Aleksandra UZB d. DAS SUSITA IND 61 60
9-LERTPITAKSINCHAI NICHA THA d. BATRA RATNIKA IND 61 60
GOETTI CELINA SIN d. NAITO HARUKA JPN 63 62
3-YANG ZI-JUN HKG d. Q-CHILUMULA NIDHI IND 62 61

7-NARATTANA KANYAPAT THA d. AGRAWAL AISHWARYA IND 63 62
11-TELTUMBDE RASHMI IND d. KHOSLA INAYAT IND 63 62
14-INOUE MIYABI JPN d. PANTUSART PRANG THA 46 61 63
2-ROMPIES JESSY INA d. SHROFF KYRA IND 62 63

Third round
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 16-SHAH TANVI IND 64 60
12-KHUNPAK ISSARA THA d. 6-GUMULYA BEATRICE INA 75 64
4-YAMASOTO AKI JPN d. WC-SUNDARAM KELSEY IND 60 26 63
10-MULSAP SOPHIA THA d. 5-VENKATESH POOJASHREE IND 36 64 62

8-KOLESNICHENKO Aleksandra UZB d. 9-LERTPITAKSINCHAI NICHA THA 61 63
3-YANG ZI-JUN HKG d. GOETTI CELINA SIN 64 60
7-NARATTANA KANYAPAT THA d. 11-TELTUMBDE RASHMI IND 76(2) 60
14-INOUE MIYABI JPN d. 2-ROMPIES JESSY INA 46 63 62

QF
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 12-KHUNPAK ISSARA THA 62 61
10-MULSAP SOPHIA THA d. 4-YAMASOTO AKI JPN 57 64 64

3-YANG ZI-JUN HKG d. 8-KOLESNICHENKO Aleksandra UZB 26 75 62
14-INOUE MIYABI JPN d. 7-NARATTANA KANYAPAT THA 63 63

SF
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 10-MULSAP SOPHIA THA 46 63 61
3-YANG ZI-JUN HKG d. 14-INOUE MIYABI JPN 64 64

Final
1-LERTCHEEWAKARN Noppawan THA d. 3-YANG ZI-JUN HKG 62 60

jirobkk
May 4th, 2008, 01:44 PM
http://www.jirobkk.com/images/index-nok77.jpg

BALIKPAPAN Indonesia May 04, 2008
Thailand rising stars Noppawan Lertcheewakarn(WTA-691) became the first Thai junior to win a 25,000-dollar ITF challenger title after defeating India's second-seeded Isha Lakhani(ITF-335) in the singles final of the US$25,000 BPD Kaltim International Open at Balikpapan Tennis Stadium in Indonesia earlier today.

The Thai 16-year-old from Chiangmai overwhelmed Indian second seed in staright sets 6-3, 6-2, to claim her maiden career title.

Currently ranked WTA world No.691, Noppawan, who will not celebrate her 17th birthday until November, extended her winning streak going to 21-0 after playing four tournaments in two month. In less than ten pro circuit events entered since 2007, the Chiangmai teenager has already won two doubles titles, finished runner-up two time in singles last year at the 10K Jakarta and Bangkok.

In junior, Noppawan became the first Thai women after Montinee Tangphong(career-high at No.20th in 19 May 2003), to reach a career-high at No.4 on the ITF World Junior rankings after capturing three consecutive ITF junior titles. The first and second title came at G1 Sarawak and G1 Manila in March 2008 and captured the third trophy in GB1 India in April 2008.

" This is the biggest win for me. My next goal is to win a US$50,000 event or bigger. But I won't hurry and will take one step at a time. " said The Thai junior world No.4 who is now working with her new temporary coach Khun Rung-rit Takong.

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BPD Kaltim International Open 2008
Balikpapan, INA, Prize money : US$25,000
Site : Balikpapan Tennis Stadium
Draw 32M/64Q/16D: Surface : Hardcourts/Outdoors
28 April - 04 May 2008

First round
1-GUMULYA, Sandy (INA) d. KITAZAKI, Etsuko (JPN) 64 63
Q-SHAO, Shi-Tong (CHN) d. MALOO, Parija (IND) 63 76(2)
HOFMANOVA, Nikola (AUT) d. Q-TAIRA, Tomoko (JPN) 64 76(1)
8-LIANG, Chen (CHN) d. Q-ANDRIYANI, Liza (INA) 46 62 64

TANANTA, Lavinia (INA) d. 4-CHEN, Yan-Chong (CHN) 36 63 63
LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan (THA) d. WC-GUMULYA, Beatrice (INA) 63 75
HAO, Jie (CHN) d. Q-SACCA, Mia (INA) 64 61
5-SUGANO, Tomoko (JPN) d. POLUNINA, Katerina (UKR) 61 60

6-CHAE, Kyung-Yee (KOR) d. Q-KAWATOKO, Moe (JPN) 61 67(6) 62
Q-CHERNYAKOVA, Elena (RUS) d. MCDOWELL, Shayna (AUS) 62 61
ROMPIES, Jessy (INA) d. Q-VANO, Kairangi (NZL) 75 26 61
LL-Margarita EDINAROVA (RUS) d. PAJALIC, Petra (SLO) 62 46 64

WC-DAMAYANTI, Ayu-Fani (INA) d. 7-OKA, Ayumi (JPN) 75 75
WC-BUDIHARTO, Lutfiana-Aris (INA) d. WC-YSIDORA, Grace Sari (INA) 76(5) 61
BARR, Cassandra (AUS) d. Q-SEKINE, Kei (JPN) 76(6) 46 64
2-LAKHANI, Isha (IND) d. LIU, Shaozhuo (CHN) 64 64

Second round
1-GUMULYA, Sandy (INA) d. Q-SHAO, Shi-Tong (CHN) 63 61
8-LIANG, Chen (CHN) d. HOFMANOVA, Nikola (AUT) 64 61
LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan (THA) d. TANANTA, Lavinia (INA) 63 63
HAO, Jie (CHN) d. 5-SUGANO, Tomoko (JPN) 62 60

Q-CHERNYAKOVA, Elena (RUS) d. 6-CHAE, Kyung-Yee (KOR) 61 62
ROMPIES, Jessy (INA) d. LL-Margarita EDINAROVA (RUS) 46 60 64
WC-DAMAYANTI, Ayu-Fani (INA) d. WC-BUDIHARTO, Lutfiana-Aris (INA) 46 64 76(0)
2-LAKHANI, Isha (IND) d. BARR, Cassandra (AUS) 61 64

QF
1-GUMULYA, Sandy (INA) d. 8-LIANG, Chen (CHN) 61 60
LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan (THA) d. HAO, Jie (CHN) 76(1) 63

Q-CHERNYAKOVA, Elena (RUS) d. ROMPIES, Jessy (INA) 36 63 62
2-LAKHANI, Isha (IND) d. WC-DAMAYANTI, Ayu-Fani (INA) 64 46 64

SF
LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan (THA) d. 1-GUMULYA, Sandy (INA)46 62 62
2-LAKHANI, Isha (IND) d. Q-CHERNYAKOVA, Elena (RUS) W/O ( sick )

Final
LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan (THA) d. 2-LAKHANI, Isha (IND) 63 62

-sugi-
May 4th, 2008, 03:06 PM
A picture I found on google news - don't know how recent it is. :shrug:
http://nationmultimedia.com/2008/05/04/sport/images/30072211-01.jpg


Anyway, congratulations :D

Rising Sun
May 4th, 2008, 03:50 PM
Nok's been making great progress. :)

Jiro, do you know if she plans on playing Roland Garros & Wimbledon Juniors? :confused:

Vut
May 4th, 2008, 04:16 PM
A picture I found on google news - don't know how recent it is. :shrug:
http://nationmultimedia.com/2008/05/04/sport/images/30072211-01.jpg


Anyway, congratulations :D

Thanks for pic. But I thinks this is somewhere in Thailand. Now, Nok wear Adidas and Yonex racket :D

jirobkk
May 4th, 2008, 05:18 PM
Nok's been making great progress. :)

Jiro, do you know if she plans on playing Roland Garros & Wimbledon Juniors? :confused:

Yes Danker !
She will be playing all Grand Slam juniors and ITF challenger tournies as much as she can under age eligible rule.

Rising Sun
May 4th, 2008, 05:40 PM
Yes Danker !
She will be playing all Grand Slam juniors and ITF challenger tournies as much as she can under age eligible rule.
Thanks! :wavey:
I hope she continues her great form!

-sugi-
Jun 3rd, 2008, 12:23 PM
Noppawan lost in the 3rd round of Roland Garros juniors to Lykina. :(

At least she won two rounds. She was losing easily in the first round of her two warm up events.

jirobkk
Jun 3rd, 2008, 12:47 PM
Noppawan lost in the 3rd round of Roland Garros juniors to Lykina. :(

At least she won two rounds. She was losing easily in the first round of her two warm up events.

Thanks sugi for update :worship:

-sugi-
Jun 3rd, 2008, 02:04 PM
No problem :)

Garfman5
Jun 3rd, 2008, 03:23 PM
Yes, Nok did well here. I'm expecting to see better things of her in the upcoming grasscourt events, though:)

Vut
Jun 4th, 2008, 02:31 AM
yep. i hope Nok will improve her games on the grass. GOOD LUCK
anyway, won 2 matches and lost in the 3rd round is not that bad, compare to the time Nok practicing on clay court.

-sugi-
Jul 2nd, 2008, 05:16 PM
Nok is in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon :yeah: with some very easy wins over Hogenkamp, Calderwood and someone else. She is looking in good form, I wonder if Tammy is inspiring her.?

Rising Sun
Jul 2nd, 2008, 06:10 PM
Good to see Nok winning again. :)

Broady in the QF will be tough, but good luck! ;)

jirobkk
Jul 3rd, 2008, 03:53 AM
http://www.jirobkk.com/images/index-nok72.jpg

Grand Slam quarterfinal debut for Noppawan

WIMBLEDON England July 03, 2008
World junior No.5 Noppawan Lertcheewakarn(ITF-5, WTA-489) of Thailand made her Grand Slam quarterfinal debut when she moved past qualifier Tyra Calderwood of Australia in Wimbledon Junior Championship at All England Club, England on Wednesday.

Noppawan, 16-year-old from Chiangmai, needed only 57 minutes to defeat Calderwood, a qualifier, 6-2, 6-2 in a long rain-delayed match play. Third seed Noppawan was in a controlled mood as she continually won points after getting her first service(80%) into play. She also kept her unforced errors to a minimum, conceding just 10 to Calderwood's 22. The Chiangmai teenager, who failed to progress past the R16 since travelling to Europe for the summer, will take on Britons 18-year-old Naomi Broady(ITF-508, WTA-576), for a place to the last four.

" Today I served well and played good. I tried to move her around and attacked her forehand side. " said Noppawan who reached her career-best at No.3 after winning three consecutive titles in Asia in 2008.

" Tomorrow I will play quarterfinal against a tall girl from Great Britain. Her height is the same as Maria Sharapova and she has a big serve. I will try to do my best. " added the Chiangmai teenager who lost in the first round at All England Club last year.

-sugi-
Jul 3rd, 2008, 08:25 AM
Thanks :)

I saw Naomi Broady play Ruutel at Birmingham a few weeks ago and she is really good actually, and does have a serve like Sharapova. She will be really tough but good luck Nok!

Rising Sun
Jul 3rd, 2008, 02:19 PM
Nok is into the SF!!! :banana:

d. Naomi Broady 6-7 6-3 6-4

-sugi-
Jul 3rd, 2008, 02:27 PM
:woohoo: :bounce:.
A really good win, Go for the title Nok :yeah:.

Garfman5
Jul 3rd, 2008, 02:27 PM
Wow, amazing, finally she's taking the chance to show the magnitude of her talent. Hopefully she can make it to the final now.......or even, dare to dream, win it. I bet that'd shut all the doubters up;)

-sugi-
Jul 3rd, 2008, 02:37 PM
I am sure it would :D.

But she plays Tammy Hendler now, another of my favourite Juniors :sad:. I will definetely be supporting Nok though. :D

JujulCactus
Jul 3rd, 2008, 03:55 PM
Noppawan :woohoo:
I hope she will win this title !!! :)
I saw on statistics that she went a lot to the net, that's really good :yeah:

Good Luck against Hendler !!!

drake3781
Jul 3rd, 2008, 04:16 PM
When is this match?

-sugi-
Jul 3rd, 2008, 04:44 PM
She plays tomorrow.

jirobkk
Jul 4th, 2008, 01:35 AM
http://www.jirobkk.com/images/index-nok68.jpg

Noppawan shines bright at Wimbledon

WIMBLEDON England July 03, 2008
Thai rising star Noppawan Lertcheewakarn(ITF-5, WTA-489) moved a step closer to her first Grand Slam final after her senior Tamarine Tanasugarn reached Wimbledon Junior final in 1995. The Thai No.3 seed defeated Britons Naomi Broady(ITF-508, WTA-576) in three-set in the quarterfinal at All England Club, England earlier today.

Noppawan's remarkable run of form continued today when she came from a set down to prevail Britons 18-year-old Naomi Broady 6-7(6), 6-3, 6-4 in the quarterfinal lasting just three minutes short of two hours. The Chiangmai teenager won eight of the 26 break points she held, whereas Broady converted six of her 8 break points. Noppawan also kept her unforced errors to a minimum, conceding just 21 to Broady's 33.

The Thai 16-year-old world No.5 sets up semifinal clash with Belgian girl world No.49 Tamaryn Hendler, a 7-6(4), 6-3 upset win over No.2 seed Arantxa Rus of the Netherlands. Should Noppawan defeat Belgian Tamaryn Hendler, she will become the second Thai girl after Tamarine Tanasugarn to reach a grand slam final.

" Today I played well. I served for the first set at 6-5 and I had 2 set points but I can't close it out. She served so well in the tie-break and took the first set. She is a tall girl and has a big serve and very good backhand. But I returned serve well today. And I tried to attacked her forehand side. " said Noppawan, who has become the highest-ever Thai player to be ranked on the ITF World Junior Circuit after winning three consecutive titles in Asia in 2008.

" Actually grass court is not my favorite surface. I lost in the first round last year. The more match play on grass, the more I get used to it. And I think I like playing on grass more than last year. I was so happy to reach my first grand slam semifinal. I will try my best again tomorrow. " added the Chiangmai native, the only seed left in the competition.

Vut
Jul 4th, 2008, 12:29 PM
I just hope that one day Nok will continues Tammy's success for our Thais.

JujulCactus
Jul 4th, 2008, 01:55 PM
Nok is in the final :woohoo:
With a terrible second set !! :D
Lot of winners, and net points :yeah:
Good luck For your last match :)

-sugi-
Jul 4th, 2008, 02:36 PM
Nok :woohoo:.

Can't wait to watch the final tomorrow on TV.
Really happy. Hopefully this shuts up some of the haters.

jirobkk
Jul 4th, 2008, 02:40 PM
Nok :woohoo:.

Can't wait to watch the final tomorrow on TV.
Really happy. Hopefully this shuts up some of the haters.

Hope Nok can dominate Briton 14-year-old, 2 year younger than Nok.

-sugi-
Jul 4th, 2008, 02:48 PM
Me too, and I'm British :lol:.

I am really excited because this is a player I have liked for some time and she is now getting really good results.

By the way, does anyone have any photos of her from Wimbledon? I can find none :(.

-sugi-
Jul 4th, 2008, 02:49 PM
http://www.wimbledon.org/en_GB/news/match_reports/2008-07-04/200807041215176638046.html

Thai fighter into girls' final


Friday, 4 July 2008
Written by Michael Burke

Thailand’s Noppawan Lertcheewakarn defeated Tamaryn Hendler of Belgium 7-6, 6-3 to progress to her first junior Grand Slam final and become the first Thai girl to reach the final since Tamarine Tanasugarn in 1995.

Lertcheewakarn had a nervous start to the match, allowing Hendler to dominate the early games with aggressive tactics and a big forehand, the Belgian racing to an early break and a 3-1 lead in the first set.

Perhaps Lertcheewakarn took a while to become accustomed to the Belgian’s huge forehand but after the first four games the Thai’s confidence grew. As the same time the huge amount of effort Hendler was putting into the rallies took their toll and she began to struggle to maintain the Nadal-esque intensity.

This allowed the Thai to level at 3-3 before both players had a shaky end to the set, swapping five consecutive breaks of serve as returns ruled instead of serve. The set had to eventually be decided by a tie-break, which was won by the Thai fighter, who took her chances after waiting patiently for the right time to strike the final blow.

Hendler, who lost in the opening round last year to eventual champion Urszula Radwanska, has made huge improvements to her game but needs to focus more on controlling her thoughts and keeping a calm head. She clearly possessed greater power than Lertcheewakarn but when she lost the lead in the first set, errors began creeping in and her head dropped far too easily.

The Thai girl broke twice early in the second set, keeping her precision double-handed forehands and backhand ground strokes low and hard and stepping into the net at the right opportunity. She finished off the Belgian 6-3 and will now face British 14-year-old Laura Robson who won also in straight sets, 6-2, 7-5

-sugi-
Jul 4th, 2008, 03:19 PM
http://img372.imageshack.us/img372/2748/lertcheewakarnwimbledonvo4.jpg

Garfman5
Jul 4th, 2008, 03:19 PM
Nok :woohoo:.

Can't wait to watch the final tomorrow on TV.
Really happy. Hopefully this shuts up some of the haters. Definitely, no doubt now that she actually has some skills:) And why not win the final, I'd say?:)

JujulCactus
Jul 4th, 2008, 03:31 PM
They show junior final in England ? .....
Woo You're Lucky -sugi- :D
( and thanks for pictures :yeah:)
Hope Noppawan will win this match !!!!!!!

Rising Sun
Jul 4th, 2008, 03:36 PM
That article isn't too complimentary to Nok. It's basically suggesting that Tamaryn gave it away. :o

Nok :yeah:

I hope the final is not going to be on Court 2, otherwise I won't get to see it on Wimbledon Live... :(

jirobkk
Jul 4th, 2008, 03:41 PM
Me too, and I'm British :lol:.

I am really excited because this is a player I have liked for some time and she is now getting really good results.

By the way, does anyone have any photos of her from Wimbledon? I can find none :(.

If you don't mind, I have lot of her pictures here http://www.jirobkk.com/player_profile_nok.htm

Click at her photo album

Garfman5
Jul 4th, 2008, 03:54 PM
There's also one of her in this article, 6th shot to the right: http://www.itftennis.com/juniors/news/newsarticle.asp?articleid=18904

-sugi-
Jul 4th, 2008, 04:11 PM
If you don't mind, I have lot of her pictures here http://www.jirobkk.com/player_profile_nok.htm

Click at her photo album
Thank you Jiro :D

There's also one of her in this article, 6th shot to the right: http://www.itftennis.com/juniors/news/newsarticle.asp?articleid=18904
Thanks I like that one. :cool:

nouf
Jul 4th, 2008, 06:13 PM
semi final matchpoint http://www.dailymotion.com/tennisphotos/video/10110338
just for info why u call her nok her nickname is nokky! lol

-sugi-
Jul 4th, 2008, 06:39 PM
Thank you Nouf :D

jirobkk
Jul 5th, 2008, 02:02 AM
semi final matchpoint http://www.dailymotion.com/tennisphotos/video/10110338
just for info why u call her nok her nickname is nokky! lol

Her nickname is Nok, not nokky.

Nok meaning" Bird " in Thai.

jirobkk
Jul 5th, 2008, 04:13 AM
http://www.jirobkk.com/images/index-nok78.jpg

Grand Slam final debut for Noppawan

WIMBLEDON England July 04, 2008
World junior No.5 Noppawan Lertcheewakarn(ITF-5, WTA-489) of Thailand kept the Thai flag fly at the All-England Club when she defeated Tamaryn Hendler, to reach her first junior Grand Slam final on Friday. Noppawan became the second Thai girl to reach the final since Tamarine Tanasugarn in 1995.

The Thai third-seeded moved past world No.49 Tamaryn Hendler of Belgium 7-6(2), 6-3 in a semifinal match lasting one hour and 25 minutes. The first set saw both players challenge each other from the baseline and traded breaks but it was the Thai who played better to win the first set tiebreak seven points to two. Noppawan started the second set on fire and raced to a 5-2 lead. The Chiangmai teenager was serving for the match at 5-2 but the Belgian girl, a bubbly youngster who turns 16 in August, broke back to stay alive. At 3-5, Noppawan managed to break Hendler'serve to win the match 7-6(2), 6-3.

" So tired today. I think we both played really well. Hendler has a very good groundstrokes both backhand and forehand. She also served really well. I think today I played more consistent than her, hit more winners and I also won important points. " said the junior from Thailand, who sets up a title clash against Briton 14-year-old world No.36 Laura Robson, who recorded a 6-2, 7-5 winner over qualifier Romana Tabakova of Slovak Republic.

" I am so happy to reach my first grand slam final. It's going to be tough match tomorrow. My opponent is a good player. She plays left-hand and has a big serve. Tammy gave me some tactics playing on grass. I really want to win a trophy and be in the champions ball with Federer, Noppawan giggled. That's why I want to win. I have to focus on my game and try my best tomorrow. " added Noppawan who will workout with Elena Bogdan for some leftie practice before the match starting at 2 pm second match at Court No.1.

young_gunner913
Jul 5th, 2008, 05:19 AM
Nok :worship::hearts:

nouf
Jul 5th, 2008, 08:01 AM
Her nickname is Nok, not nokky.

Nok meaning" Bird " in Thai.


i am sorry but i am in contact with her on msn and everybody call her nokky! :rolleyes:

she wants i call her like that :drool: i think she knows better her nickname than u ;)

maybe its a nickname of her nickname :-)

-sugi-
Jul 5th, 2008, 08:06 AM
maybe its a nickname of her nickname :-)
that could be it :)

But lets not argue, we should enjoy this time she is in the final ;).

jirobkk
Jul 5th, 2008, 08:37 AM
i am sorry but i am in contact with her on msn and everybody call her nokky! :rolleyes:

she wants i call her like that :drool: i think she knows better her nickname than u ;)

maybe its a nickname of her nickname :-)

OK, Thank you. One day you will understand.

Stop talking about her nickname and focus on her final.

nouf
Jul 5th, 2008, 08:58 AM
OK, Thank you. One day you will understand.

Stop talking about her nickname and focus on her final.

i focus i focus

her nickname is nok but she prefers nokky! ;)

Rising Sun
Jul 5th, 2008, 04:55 PM
Nok lost 3-6 6-3 1-6 :sobbing:

Very disappointing as I felt she had her chances, but an encouraging week. Her serve is no doubt what she needs to work on the most...

I wonder what her schedule will be from now. :confused:

-sugi-
Jul 5th, 2008, 04:55 PM
:sad:. it was still a really good tournament and match.

Very entertaining, she came up with some lovely angles and was pretty good at challenging the calls.

But I agree, the serve was her weakness. It looked quite awkward.

-sugi-
Jul 5th, 2008, 06:06 PM
Some pictures:
http://www.wtnphotos.com/data/500/nokky4.jpg
http://www.wtnphotos.com/data/500/nokky3.jpg
http://www.wtnphotos.com/data/500/nokky2.jpg
http://www.wtnphotos.com/data/500/nokky1.jpg

Rising Sun
Jul 5th, 2008, 06:49 PM
Nice pics. :)

I've noticed that she's still allowed to play 11 more senior tourneys until her 17th birthday in November. :eek:

Really hope she uses up her maximum allocation, otherwise it'd seem like a waste...

JujulCactus
Jul 5th, 2008, 07:21 PM
http://imageshack-france.com/out.php/i154227_lertcheewakarn.jpg
http://imageshack-france.com/out.php/i154229_lertcheewakarn1.jpg

She didn't win the title :sad: ,
But it was a really great tournament :)
I read that she has a really good game
The serve looks to be the only problem
Good Luck for her next tournaments ! :)

[If somebody know where I can see a part of the match ...]

drake3781
Jul 5th, 2008, 08:47 PM
Some pictures:
http://www.wtnphotos.com/data/500/nokky4.jpg
http://www.wtnphotos.com/data/500/nokky3.jpg
http://www.wtnphotos.com/data/500/nokky2.jpg
http://www.wtnphotos.com/data/500/nokky1.jpg


Thanks for the pics!

Congrats to Nok/Nokky!! Great tournament.

I have to lol but no offense: that trophy is so tiny it looks like an ash tray, :lol: Still a very pretty and special trophy - runner up at Wimbledon!! What a thrill!! :wavey:

-sugi-
Jul 5th, 2008, 09:40 PM
Yeah, I hope she plays some more senior events. I noticed on the ITF calendar there was a $10,000 in Chiang Mai, which is where she comes from so I wonder if she will play there :shrug:. Although I'd hope she would play more 25ks :shrug:.

She has come under lots of scrutiny in the junior forum for being "over ranked" and having an "inflated ranking" and has been all kinds of names, and I just hope this run has shut them up.

azza
Jul 5th, 2008, 11:21 PM
lol @ her name

jirobkk
Jul 6th, 2008, 03:17 AM
http://www.jirobkk.com/images/index-nok79.jpg

Noppawan finishes runner up at Wimbledon

WIMBLEDON England July 05, 2008
Noppawan Lertcheewakarn's dream of winning Junior Wimbledon was dashed as she was beaten by Britain's 14-year-old Laura Robson in the girl's singles final at All England Club, England on Saturday.

Britain's 14-year-old rising star Laura Robson lifts up the trophy with a 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 victory over Thailand's Noppawan Lertcheewakarn in one hour and 33 minutes final clash in front an 11,000-strong crowd on Court One. Robson, the youngest left-hander in 64-player main draw, served four aces and won seven of the 13 break points she held, whereas the Chiangmai native had the one ace and clinched five of her 12 break points.

" It was tough when all the people were clapping for her. It was a lot of pressure on me, I was ready for that but it was a first time like this. I was really nervous and she played well today. At the beginning of the third set she do two unbelievable balls, hit winners on the line two times after long rallies and afterwards I was a little bit down. " said Noppawan, 16-year-old world No.5 who became the second Thai girl to reach the Junior Wimbledon final since Tamarine Tanasugarn in 1995.

" I was thinking I usually don't get this many people watching my matches. I think I lost the second set because I started getting annoyed with myself. So I sat down after the second set and I thought , well if I want to win this, then I have to change my attitude. " said Robson who become the first British Junior Wimbledon champion since Annabel Croft in 1984 and the next youngest after Martina Hingis in 1994 at 13 years old.

jirobkk
Jul 6th, 2008, 03:29 AM
Yeah, I hope she plays some more senior events. I noticed on the ITF calendar there was a $10,000 in Chiang Mai, which is where she comes from so I wonder if she will play there :shrug:. Although I'd hope she would play more 25ks :shrug:.

She has come under lots of scrutiny in the junior forum for being "over ranked" and having an "inflated ranking" and has been all kinds of names, and I just hope this run has shut them up.

She has already won her first 25K ITF title this year in Indonesia, beating Gumulya in SF. She won't play 10K tournament anymore. But she will play 10K in Thailand. The tournament is taking place in Chiangmai, where she was born there. And she will play 25K tournament in Japan and Australia.

She will skip US open because her manager don't let her play. But Nok said she will be in ITF team to play US Open.

Now she don't have coach. She will work with her official coach, a guy from USA, staring from this month.

Vut
Jul 6th, 2008, 03:30 PM
that a good news!! i just want her to play more ITF level.

Rising Sun
Jul 6th, 2008, 05:27 PM
She has already won her first 25K ITF title this year in Indonesia, beating Gumulya in SF. She won't play 10K tournament anymore. But she will play 10K in Thailand. The tournament is taking place in Chiangmai, where she was born there. And she will play 25K tournament in Japan and Australia.

She will skip US open because her manager don't let her play. But Nok said she will be in ITF team to play US Open.

Now she don't have coach. She will work with her official coach, a guy from USA, staring from this month.
Thanks for the info. :)

So Nok will be going to the US Open after all? :confused:
Although it will be a great experience, I wouldn't mind seeing her skip it to use her AER.

Seeing she's just inside the Top 500 right now, it wouldn't be wrong for her to still play some $10Ks, IMO. Good to hear that she'll be playing in Japan & Australia. :)

Garfman5
Jul 7th, 2008, 07:13 AM
I share your confusion, danker......what do you exactly mean, Jiro, will she or won't she participate at the US Open? (I mean: will skip and will play aren't both possible) If she was to play the US Open, though, it should probably be her last Junior GS, cuz I don't think players (especially girls) should play Junior GS in their 18th year.

I do hope her coach is gonna put some hard work into her serve, because with a serve like that she probably won't ever be anything more than an also-ran.....like a new Dementieva, or something:)

jirobkk
Jul 7th, 2008, 07:41 AM
I share your confusion, danker......what do you exactly mean, Jiro, will she or won't she participate at the US Open? (I mean: will skip and will play aren't both possible) If she was to play the US Open, though, it should probably be her last Junior GS, cuz I don't think players (especially girls) should play Junior GS in their 18th year.

I do hope her coach is gonna put some hard work into her serve, because with a serve like that she probably won't ever be anything more than an also-ran.....like a new Dementieva, or something:)

Just talked to Nok's big boss, and confirmed that Nok will play US Open. And she will play more professional tournaments next year.

Chuck Kriese will be her new coach.

jirobkk
Jul 7th, 2008, 08:43 AM
Noppawan to turn pro
TOR CHITTINAND


Noppawan Lertcheewakarn intends to turn professional next year.

The 17-year-old Wimbledon Junior Girls finalist said she hoped to compete in the Australian Open, but first wants to work on some important aspects of her game.

"The Wimbledon final was good experience for me," said Noppawan, who is nicknamed "Nok".

"I felt the pressure from the crowd and I know I need to steady my temperament a little.

"I would like to play in the qualifying round in Australia and then try and get a good result like at Wimbledon.

"I have to train hard and work on my first serve, which is a problem."
Noppawan said she will now concentrate on collecting as many points as possible to break into the top 400.

http://www.bangkokpost.com/070708_Sports/07Jul2008_sport23.php

drake3781
Jul 7th, 2008, 03:57 PM
Just talked to Nok's big boss, and confirmed that Nok will play US Open. And she will play more professional tournaments next year.

Chuck Kriese will be her new coach.


Why does she have a "big boss"? Who is this person? Can you explain the setup? Why can she not be her own boss?

Rising Sun
Jul 8th, 2008, 03:37 PM
Nok's name is entered on the list for $25K Obihiro, JPN. Hope she does play. :)

http://www.itftennis.com/womens/tournaments/tournamentacceptancelist.asp?tournament=1100018157&event=&order=Position

jirobkk
Jul 8th, 2008, 03:37 PM
Nok's schedule after Wimby.

Jul 28 Obihiro, JPN 25K Carpet O

Aug 11 Chiangmai, THA 10K Hard O

Aug 24 Quebec, CAN G1 Hard O

Aug 31 US Open, New York, USA GA Hard O

Sep 08 Lexington, USA G1 Hard O

jirobkk
Jul 8th, 2008, 03:44 PM
Nok's name is entered on the list for $25K Obihiro, JPN. Hope she does play. :)

http://www.itftennis.com/womens/tournaments/tournamentacceptancelist.asp?tournament=1100018157&event=&order=Position

Actually she does not like playing on the Art. Grass in Japan. But there is no tournament to play.

Rising Sun
Jul 8th, 2008, 05:15 PM
Nok's schedule after Wimby.

Jul 28 Obihiro, JPN 25K Carpet O

Aug 11 Chiangmai, THA 10K Hard O

Aug 24 Quebec, CAN G1 Hard O

Aug 31 US Open, New York, USA GA Hard O

Sep 08 Lexington, USA G1 Hard O
Wow, 3 junior tourneys! :eek:

Was hoping she'd play the $25Ks in Australia/Japan around the same time. :sad:

Rising Sun
Jul 8th, 2008, 05:15 PM
Actually she does not like playing on the Art. Grass in Japan. But there is no tournament to play.
Yeah, there are so few $25K+ events in Asia this year... :(

jirobkk
Jul 9th, 2008, 03:36 PM
Wimby 2008
http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Wimbledon/2008/a1.jpg

http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Wimbledon/2008/a2.jpg

http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Wimbledon/2008/a18.jpg
Champions Ball withy ITF coach, Roberta

http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Wimbledon/2008/a19.jpg

http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Wimbledon/2008/a20.jpg

http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Wimbledon/2008/a21.jpg
Henri KONTINEN FIN, boy's runner up

http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Wimbledon/2008/a22.jpg

http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Wimbledon/2008/a23.jpg

Rising Sun
Jul 29th, 2008, 02:05 PM
Nok lost in the 1R of $25K Obihiro 1-6 1-6 to former No.4 Kimiko Date-Krumm... :sad:

I'm sure Nok wasn't used to the surface, but I expected her to put up a better fight.

Good luck to her in her hometown, next. :cool:

-sugi-
Aug 1st, 2008, 02:53 PM
I think it was said somewhere in the results thread in GM that Nok hadn't got her coach with her. :shrug:.

I too am a bit disappointed.

-sugi-
Aug 15th, 2008, 09:55 AM
Nok is into the Chiang Mai final now, where she plays the 7th Seed Wannasuk. Good luck Nok. :yeah:

jirobkk
Aug 15th, 2008, 01:10 PM
I think it was said somewhere in the results thread in GM that Nok hadn't got her coach with her. :shrug:.

I too am a bit disappointed.

She will work with her official coach after US Open. And her temporary coach did not travel with her in Obihiro with some reason.

She will leave for US summer tour on 20 Aug, starting from Canadian Open, US Open and Kentucky Open. And our Thai Tennis Association in USA now asking WC for her to play some ITF challenger tournies after Kentucky.

jirobkk
Aug 16th, 2008, 09:20 AM
Noppawan wins first-home title at 10K Chiangmai

http://www.jirobkk.com/images/index-nok81.jpg

CHIANGMAI Thailand August 16, 2008
Thailand's 16-year-old Noppawan Lertcheewakarn(WTA-538) did not disappoint the lusty cheers of a hometown crowd as she easily saw off compatriot Nungnadda Wannasuk(WTA-553) in the women's singles final, to win her first home title in the US$10,000 SAT-ITF Woemn's circuit at the Prem Tennis Academy in Chiangmai, Thailand earlier today.

Fifth-seeded Noppawan, a 2008 Wimbledon junior finalist, defeated compatriot No.7 seed Nungnadda Wannasuk in straight sets 6-2, 6-3 in a match lasting one hour and 13 minutes. It was a sweet revenge for Noppawan as she had lost to Nungnadda in the final of a ITF challenger tournament in their only previous meeting in the $10,000 Jakarta in 2007.

It was Noppawan's first home title and second straight title after winning debut ITF trophy in the $25,000 Balikpapan in April 2008.

Following Chiangmai, Noppawan will be heading to Quebec for Canadian Open Junior Championships where 5 of the world's Top-20 ranked players will be vying for the coveted girls' title. The projected top five seeds are: Thailand's Noppawan Lertcheewakarn (ITF-4, WTA-538), Elena Bogdan of Romania(ITF-5, WTA-888), Japan's Nara Kurumi (ITF-9), Indonesia's Jessy Rompries (ITF-11, WTA-798), and Kristina Mladenovic of France (ITF-18, WTA-1064).

Rising Sun
Aug 16th, 2008, 03:34 PM
Congrats Nok on claiming a title in her hometown. :yeah:

Good luck with the US tour. :)

JujulCactus
Sep 5th, 2008, 12:59 PM
Noppawan lost in the third round of UsOpen :o
But she is on SF for Doubles with Roma
Hope they will win the title! :)

jirobkk
Sep 6th, 2008, 03:20 AM
http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Thai_Players/Noppawan_Lertcheewakarn_Part_1/2008usopen1.jpg

US Open Junior Tennis Championships 2008

Doubles
First round
WC-BOSERUP USA / MC HALE USA d. 1-BOGDAN ROU / CHERNYAKOVA RUS 63 62
BURDETTE USA / STEPHENS USA d. BUCHINA RUS / DIYAS KAZ 76(6) 16 10-5
SIMMONDS RSA / SWANEPOEL RSA d. BURNETT ITA / GRYMALSKA ITA 76(4) 63
7-BABOS HUN / YAMASOTO JPN d. BERLINECKE GER / LEMOINE NED 62 64

WC-MUHAMMAD USA / OUDIN USA d. 4-CHALA FRA / KONTA AUS 62 62
BRENGLE USA / HOLLAND AUS d. TOLJAN AUT / TREVISAN ITA 63 62
DAMASCHIN ROU / MARINO CAN d. KAMENSKAYA RUS / LUKNAROVA SVK 57 61 10-7
5-HOGENKAMP NED / RUS NED d. BARTNIK USA / WATSON GBR 64 63

8-DOI JPN / NARA JPN d. DABROWSKI CAN / SPREMO SCG 64 64
WC-AHN USA / GIBBS USA d. OTASHLIYSKA BUL / TUMOVA CZE 76(3) 61
JANI HUN / SUSANYI HUN d. LERTPITAKSINCHAI THA / NARATTANA THA 67(5) 60 10-6
3-LERTCHEEWAKARN THA / ROMA SWE d. WC-HAMPTON USA / VANDEWEGHE USA 64 76(3)

SAVINYKH RUS / SIROTKINA RUS d. 6-LYKINA RUS / ZANIEWSKA POL 60 63
GUMULYA INA / ROMPIES INA d. GUARACHI USA / MC HALE USA 62 62
PAZ FRANCO VEN / TOMLJANOVIC CRO d. CEPEDE PAR / NJIRIC CRO 75 64
PITER POL / TABAKOVA SVK d. 2-BOGDAN ROU / MLADENOVIC FRA 63 76(5)

Second round
BURDETTE USA / STEPHENS USA d. WC-BOSERUP USA / MC HALE USA 61 75
SIMMONDS RSA / SWANEPOEL RSA d. 7-BABOS HUN / YAMASOTO JPN 46 61 10-4
WC-MUHAMMAD USA / OUDIN USA d. BRENGLE USA / HOLLAND AUS 26 63 10-6
5-HOGENKAMP NED / RUS NED d. DAMASCHIN ROU / MARINO CAN 61 62

8-DOI JPN / NARA JPN d. WC-AHN USA / GIBBS USA 63 62
3-LERTCHEEWAKARN THA / ROMA SWE d. JANI HUN / SUSANYI HUN 61 26 10-0
GUMULYA INA / ROMPIES INA d. SAVINYKH RUS / SIROTKINA RUS 61 75
PITER POL / TABAKOVA SVK d. PAZ FRANCO VEN / TOMLJANOVIC CRO 75 64

QF
BURDETTE USA / STEPHENS USA d. SIMMONDS RSA / SWANEPOEL RSA 75 62
5-HOGENKAMP NED / RUS NED d. WC-MUHAMMAD USA / OUDIN USA 63 75

3-LERTCHEEWAKARN THA / ROMA SWE d. 8-DOI JPN / NARA JPN 63 75
GUMULYA INA / ROMPIES INA d. PITER POL / TABAKOVA SVK 62 75

SF
BURDETTE USA / STEPHENS USA d. 5-HOGENKAMP NED / RUS NED 76(2) 63
3-LERTCHEEWAKARN THA / ROMA SWE d. GUMULYA INA / ROMPIES INA 63 57 10-8

Final
3-LERTCHEEWAKARN THA / ROMA SWE d. BURDETTE USA / STEPHENS USA 60 62

IMPOSSIBLE
Sep 6th, 2008, 08:20 AM
http://www.tennis.se/files/%7BEEECE2BD-4659-4BCA-896C-A3675AF96796%7D.jpg

Roma and Lertcheewakarn :)

JujulCactus
Sep 6th, 2008, 08:31 AM
I'm really happy for their title !!! :D

* From itftennis.com :
-- Noppawan Lertcheewakarn of Thailand and Sandra Roma of Sweden beat Americans Mallory Burdette and Sloane Stephens 6-0, 6-2. “This is Sandra’s last Junior grand slam and I wanted us to win it for her,” said Lertcheewakarn. Like Moser and Stebe, Lertcheewakarn and Roma were a scratch pairing. “Now I’m wondering why we didn’t play together before,” said Stebe. “For sure I think we will play together more in the future.” -- :)

IMPOSSIBLE
Sep 6th, 2008, 05:59 PM
http://www.expressen.se/polopoly_fs/1.1290950!slot100slotWide75ArticleFull/3447786819.jpg

-sugi-
Sep 6th, 2008, 06:04 PM
Wow :yeah:
Congratulations Nok and Sandra.

IMPOSSIBLE
Sep 6th, 2008, 10:25 PM
http://iloapp.downtheline.se/blog/usopen08?ShowFile&image=1220705499.jpg

http://iloapp.downtheline.se/blog/usopen08?ShowFile&image=1220644762.jpg

-sugi-
Sep 14th, 2008, 09:36 AM
Her section of the draw at Albuquerque quallies


(2)Madison Brengle (USA) bye
Maureen Diaz (USA) vs Tiya Rolle (USA)
Hilary Toole (USA) vs Noppawan Lertcheewakarn (THA)
(5)Sharon Fichman (CAN) bye

JujulCactus
Sep 14th, 2008, 10:40 AM
:eek: young section !!!
Good luck Noppawan :)

Vut
Sep 14th, 2008, 03:41 PM
Her section of the draw at Albuquerque quallies


(2)Madison Brengle (USA) bye
Maureen Diaz (USA) vs Tiya Rolle (USA)
Hilary Toole (USA) vs Noppawan Lertcheewakarn (THA)
(5)Sharon Fichman (CAN) bye

wow!! good luck

JujulCactus
Sep 15th, 2008, 09:18 AM
Noppawan advances cause Toole withdrew
She will play Fichman(5)
Good Luck ! :)

JujulCactus
Sep 16th, 2008, 08:27 AM
Noppawan beat Fichman in two sets !!! :)
Now, she will be against Brengle,
good luck !! ;)

-sugi-
Sep 16th, 2008, 03:53 PM
Good luck. :yeah:

JujulCactus
Sep 17th, 2008, 10:01 AM
Madison Brengle d. Noppawan Lertcheewakarn 75 60 :(

-sugi-
Sep 17th, 2008, 10:34 PM
Disappointing. :(

JujulCactus
Oct 8th, 2008, 07:23 PM
Noppawan enter in the main draw of taipei with all the withdraws !!! :eek:
Good luck !! :)

Rising Sun
Oct 8th, 2008, 10:55 PM
I'm actually really disappointed that Nok withdrew from the 3 $25Ks in Australia, & the $50K in Tokyo... Wonder why? :confused:

Kurama
Oct 19th, 2008, 05:00 PM
Update her rest schedule of this year as follows,

21 Oct 20 Taipei, TPE CH100K+H Carpet O
22 Oct 28 Balikpapan, INA GB1 Hard O
23 Nov 10 Pune, IND CH25K Hard O
24 Nov 17 Kolkata, IND CH50K Hard O

-sugi-
Oct 21st, 2008, 10:48 AM
Nok won her first match in Taipei. :yeah:

JujulCactus
Oct 21st, 2008, 06:43 PM
Keep going Noppawan !! :)
Beat Tvaroskova please !!!
She won Aiko :mad:

JujulCactus
Oct 22nd, 2008, 06:49 AM
Noppawan d Tvaroskova 6/1 6/3 :eek:
Keep going!! :)

Vut
Oct 22nd, 2008, 05:47 PM
Nok in QF!!! :yeah:

-sugi-
Oct 22nd, 2008, 09:20 PM
She plays Iijima so a nice chance there although I think I am supporting Iijima slightly more in this match. I hope for a good match though.

-sugi-
Nov 9th, 2008, 08:42 AM
Nok is playing in Pune this week!
She is the first seed in the quallies and won her first round match 60 61 :bounce:

-sugi-
Nov 9th, 2008, 08:44 AM
An interview I found on Google:

http://www.bangkokpost.com/081108_Muse/08Nov2008_wom00001.php


SWINGING HER WAY IN
Rising young tennis star Noppawan Lertcheewakarn volleys banter with ' Muse'

ANCHALEE KONGRUT

http://www.bangkokpost.com/081108_Muse/08112008_muse48.jpg

Noppawan "Nong Nok" Lertcheewakarn, the young tennis sensation dubbed as the next Tamarine Tanasugarn, becomes restless as the time approaches 1:45pm.


She tries to pay attention to 'Muse's' questions. But as another minute or two passes, the 16-year-old tennis rookie politely excuses herself despite the interview having not yet finished. She has good reason, she says, as she must be punctual for her training session, which ritually commences every day at 2pm.


No doubt, the World No. 3 junior - the highest rated junior in the history of Thai tennis - steps onto the court at exactly 2pm with her mammoth tennis bag. On the tennis court, the sun is scorching but she appears nonchalant. Her US coach, Chuck Kriese, is waiting with a cart loaded with brightly-coloured tennis balls.


Noppawan wastes no time. She warms up with a forehand, backhand and volley drill, until her honey-coloured skin is glazed with perspiration.


The afternoon practice - which was preceded by a two-hour morning session - will end at 4pm. Then, she must lift weights for another hour. Her schedule tomorrow will be similar to this day and the day before.


Off the tennis court, Noppawan is just a giddy teenager. She addresses famous tennis players as "tennis super stars" as if she was their fan, not their peer. She giggly says she likes Thomas Berdych, a Czech tennis player, because of his cute face and great serve. She adores Serena Williams because of her good nature. She worships Tamarine as her role model: "She taught me everything from game etiquette to off-the-court conduct, as well as how deal with the media," says the young court starlet.


She becomes quieter when the questions are directed towards her tennis career. With almost scripted sentences, she talks about her pressures, dreams and recent successes at two grand slam events - she was the runner-up of the 2008 Wimbledon junior singles and she won the 2008 US Open junior doubles.


"Right now, I am ranked 468th by the WTA [Women's Tennis Association] ... and my goal is to reach the top 20 in the next four years."


Her life is a full "things to-do" list, with her gruelling training schedule taking up most of the space. But her "not-to-do" list seems longer - no drinking, no staying up late, no driving (not to mention bicycling or riding motorcycles) and on top of everything, no injuries. Perhaps that's the price one must pay to succeed in the modern professional sporting arena.


Noppawan dropped out of school when she was 12 years old, with encouragement from her parents who saw their young daughter playing and winning all her tennis matches. However, the teenager admits to missing her classroom friends from Regina Cherie, a famous convent school in Chiang Mai, which she previously attended.


" I want to see my friends again ... but, I know I can't have it all," she says.


Unmistakably, Noppawan's face abruptly changes when the topic of education arises. She insists she still studies through the Ministry of Education's non-formal high school diploma programme.


"I have another form of education. I meet a lot of people. I always make new friends. I would say I am mature, compared to my peers."


That may sound overconfident, but her responsibilities, which came to her early in life, and her financial independence warrant the remark. Noppawan stopped asking her parents for an allowance when she was 13 years of age. She recently gave 30 per cent of her winnings to her parents. She pays for her and her family's insurance, and buys her own clothes and other luxury items such as a computer laptop and an iPhone - gadgets which connect her to the world off the tennis court.


Indeed, her tennis career has been rather smooth. Unlike her predecessor, who struggled to find sponsors early on, Noppawan was discovered when she was 12 years old by the Rico Foundation - founded by a Thai craft exporting company in Chiang Mai - which saw future in the young girl and covered her coaching fees and expenses.


Her first coach was Merek Malaszsak, the German tennis coach who has taught many young German tennis players, including the legendary Steffi Graff. Now, she is sponsored by the Petroleum Authority of Thailand, the Lawn Tennis Association of Thailand and the Southeast Asia Tennis Federation, as well as by companies such as Yonex and Adidas. Chaipak Siriwat, former politician and patron of Thai sport, also supports her in the form of accommodation and living expenses while she is in Bangkok, now her home. Such sponsorship and assistance helps pay for her high level of coaching, which costs around 3.8 million baht a year.


In her career approach, she reflects a maturity beyond her years. Her top concern is not when she will become famous, but how her momentum and physical condition can be maintained and improved.


"Many rising stars get to the top very quickly but fall down even quicker,"she says. "They overuse their bodies."


"I look for gradual improvement and am prepared to stay for the long haul," she says.


Sustainable development seems to be the philosophy of Noppawan and her team. Her coach, Kriese - who coached the US junior Davis Cup team - confirmed that Noppawan and the team are after neither fame nor fortune.


"We are focussing on process ... not product. Process involves going to work because you enjoy your career and working with good people. Product involves salary and accolades," says Kriese.


"Tennis is like music, writing or any form of art - you must fall in love with process. If you do the work, the rewards will come."


Kriese is adapting Noppawan's game to be effective on all court surfaces, especially the clay of the French Open, a surface she is not yet comfortable with. His goal is for her to become a player without any weaknesses, he says.


On the court, Noppawan tirelessly hits countless balls at the same angle, into the same spot. Most of her returns are precise and punctuated, but when they are too flat or long, her coach yells "Process, process, process."

JujulCactus
Nov 9th, 2008, 12:18 PM
Good Luck Noppawan after your junior title last week ! :)
Great to see her playing some ITF !
I love the picture ! ( and your avatar -sugi- !! Thanks for the interview :D )

-sugi-
Nov 9th, 2008, 01:17 PM
It says she beat Sanduska 64 63 although Sanduska is in the draw instead of Nok. :scratch:

I can't believe she would lose to Sandusk though. :help:
So I am sure it is a mistake.

If she did win, she is playing Silvia Disderi and then Jovanovski or Szatmari in round two.

JujulCactus
Nov 11th, 2008, 11:55 AM
I think she lose against Sandusk because the polish won her first round match in the main draw ...
Noppawan :(

JujulCactus
Nov 11th, 2008, 06:24 PM
I saw that she will play next week in the main draw of Kolkota 50 000$
Hope she will play some good tennis, and win some matches ! :)

-sugi-
Nov 11th, 2008, 07:19 PM
I hope so too.

What a terrible loss to Sanduska. Nok is so inconsistent!

JujulCactus
Nov 16th, 2008, 11:12 AM
She is in Kolkota this week :D
Winnable first round against Julia Parasyuk ,
then a difficult round against South (or Lu)
Good Luck !! :)

-sugi-
Nov 19th, 2008, 12:21 PM
Kolkata R2 : Lertcheewakarn(THA) d. 1-South(GBR) 26 63 64

WOW :worship:

Inconsistent Nok :drool:

JujulCactus
Nov 19th, 2008, 05:05 PM
Keep going !! :D

-sugi-
Nov 20th, 2008, 04:53 PM
She lost to Elora in the quarter finals. :o :haha:

JujulCactus
Nov 20th, 2008, 06:40 PM
Noppawan :(
It was so close ...
Some persons say that the match was 5 hours long ! :eek:
I don't know if it's possible :rolleyes:

Dawson.
Dec 9th, 2008, 01:48 AM
Congrats on the junior #1 ranking Noppawan :worship:

JujulCactus
Dec 9th, 2008, 04:49 AM
Noppawan is the number one !!!! :eek:
:woohoo: Congrats ! :yeah:

-sugi-
Dec 9th, 2008, 11:23 AM
:worship:

Kurama
Dec 9th, 2008, 02:27 PM
Congrat Nok

Shine On Silver Moon
Dec 9th, 2008, 07:36 PM
Yay...Nok...selamat!;)

jirobkk
Dec 12th, 2008, 11:23 AM
Noppawan new queen


By Lerpong Amsa-ngiam
The Nation


Make way everyone! Noppawan Lertcheewa-karn is the new queen of world junior tennis.



The Thai teenager, who was No 2 last week, rose to the top of the International Tennis Federation girls' singles ranking with combined points of 1,082.50, becoming the first Asian girl to hold the No 1 position.

"I'm glad and a bit surprised because I haven't played in the junior tournaments for a while. I consider it an honour to be the first Thai and first Asian to become the No 1 junior in the world," she said.


Noppawan progressed at the expense of the Netherlands' Arantxa Rus, who dropped from pole position to No 3 this week. However, the race for the yearend No 1 ranking is still close, with No 2 Simona Halep of Romania and No 5 Laura Robson breathing down the Thai's neck. "If either of them win in the Orange Bowl [In USA] this week, they will become yearend No 1, because I am not playing in any junior events this year," said the 17-year-old from Chiang Mai.


Noppawan, or Nok, has collected four junior-singles titles this year, including three in a row - in Sarawak, Manila and Indore. She then polished her resume with some astonishing results in major competitions, reaching the junior Wimbledon final and winning the US Open doubles trophy.

In the small pro events, Noppawan won the US$25,000 title in Balikpapan and a US$10,000 event in Chiang Mai. She is currently No 356 in the WTA rankings but is poised to reach break into the top 200 after her decision to concentrate on the pro circuit next season. "I will play in junior events only at the Grand Slams as I want to focus on the pro circuit. Next year will be my last on the junior circuit and I would love to win a Grand Slam."

http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2008/12/11/sport/sport_30090728.php

JujulCactus
Dec 12th, 2008, 03:16 PM
Thanks !
Hope she will finish the year at the first place !!! :)
And that she will have success on pro tour and junior GrandSlam!

JujulCactus
Dec 13th, 2008, 06:07 PM
I think that the losses of Robson and Bogdan at the Orange Bowl
means that NOPPAWAN WILL FINISH THE SEASON AT THE FIRST PLACE
:woohoo:
Can anyone confirm ?

Kurama
Dec 14th, 2008, 02:50 AM
I think that the losses of Robson and Bogdan at the Orange Bowl
means that NOPPAWAN WILL FINISH THE SEASON AT THE FIRST PLACE
:woohoo:
Can anyone confirm ?

I'm pleased to cconfirm. She will be number 1 until end of this year at least. :bounce:

Please find her schedule in the begining of 2009 as below,

No. DATE TOURNAMENTS LEVEL SURFACE
1 Jan 17 Nottinghill, AUS G1 Hard O
2 Jan 25 Melbourne, AUS GA Hard O
3 Feb 07 Fed Cup, Perth. AUS ITF Hard O
4 Feb 09 Pattaya City, THA WTA Inter Hard O

(Credit by www.jirobkk.com)

jirobkk
Dec 17th, 2008, 11:40 AM
17 Dec 2008

Yang and Lertcheewakarn named ITF Junior World Champions

Tsung-Hua Yang (TPE) and Noppawan Lertcheewakarn (THA) are the 2008 ITF Junior World Champions. They become the first ever Asian players to receive this honour.

Yang clinched the year-end No. 1 ranking at last week’s Junior Orange Bowl, the final tournament of the season. The 17-year-old from Taipei captured his first Grand Slam title at Roland Garros, and was also a finalist at the Australian Open and semifinalist at the US Open. Yang also captured two Grand Slam doubles titles with countryman Cheng-Peng Hsieh, at the Australian Open and Wimbledon. He finished the season with a 20-7 record in singles and 25-6 in doubles.

Lertcheewakarn was the most consistent player on the girls’ circuit, capturing four singles and two doubles titles during the year. A member of the ITF/Grand Slam Touring Team, the 17-year-old reached her first Grand Slam final at Wimbledon, and won four events in Asia. In doubles, Lertcheewakarn teamed up with Sweden’s Sandra Roma to win the Junior US Open, and was also champion at the pre-Wimbledon event at Roehampton. Her overall win-loss records for the year were 39-12 in singles and 31-11 in doubles

http://www.itftennis.com/juniors/news/newsarticle.asp?articleid=19567 (http://www.itftennis.com/juniors/news/newsarticle.asp?articleid=19567)

Rising Sun
Jan 10th, 2009, 02:17 PM
Nok is playing Traralgon this week.

I thought she was only going to play Junior GS this year... :confused: :tape:

BTW, is Nok really the 1st Asian player to be ranked 1 in juniors? I thought Ai Sugiyama achieved this in 1991. :confused:

jirobkk
Jan 10th, 2009, 02:55 PM
Nok is playing Traralgon this week.

I thought she was only going to play Junior GS this year... :confused: :tape:

BTW, is Nok really the 1st Asian player to be ranked 1 in juniors? I thought Ai Sugiyama achieved this in 1991. :confused:

Nok and Luk ( Luksika Kumkhum, ITF-156 ) are now working with Chuck Kriese (coach). Luk is now playing Traralgon and also Nottingham. Actually Nok want to play only GS but she has no choice because she has to go with Luk and her coach.

Rising Sun
Jan 10th, 2009, 03:03 PM
Nok and Luk ( Luksika Kumkhum, ITF-156 ) are now working with Chuck Kriese (coach). Luk is now playing Traralgon and also Nottingham. Actually Nok want to play only GS but she has no choice because she has to go with Luk and her coach.
Thanks for explaining :)

McPie
May 26th, 2009, 07:29 AM
อ้าว

ชมรมคนรักนก หายไปไหนหมด :lol:

jirobkk
Jun 6th, 2009, 03:23 PM
http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Thai_Players/Noppawan_Lertcheewakarn_Part_1/2009frenchopen1.jpg

ROLAND GARROS Paris France, June 06, 2009
Thailand's Noppawan Lertcheewakarn(ITF-4) claimed her second Grand Slam doubles title when she teamed up with Romania's Elena Bogdan(ITF-7) to defeat Hungary's Timea Babos and Heather Watson of Great Britain in a third set match-tiebreak 3-6, 6-3, 10-8 in girl's doubles final of the French Open Championship earlier today.

Playing with Elena Bogdan for the first time, the second-seeded Thai-Romanian pair rallied past American duo of Beatrice Capra and Lauren Embreein the quarterfinals, 6-1, 6-4, before they defeated sixth-seeded pairing of Yana Buchina and Ksenia Pervak of Russia , in a third set match-tiebreak, 6-1, 4-6, 10-4, in the ensuing semis.

It was Noppawan's second Grand Slam doubles title after combining with Sweden's Sandra Roma to win the US Open crown in September last year.

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French Open Junior Championships 2009
Roland Garros, Paris, FRA , Grand Slam Grade A
Draw: 64M/32Q/32D, Surface: Claycourt/Outdoors
Venue : Roland Garros Tennis Stadium
31 May - 07 June, 2009

First round
Ksenia Kirillova/Martina Trevisan RUS/ITA d. 1-Ana Bogdan/Ajla Tomljanovic ROU/CRO 62 61
Nathalie Mohn/Gracia Radovanovic FRA d. Hannah James/Maryna Zanevs.a GBR/UKR 60 61
Isabella Holland/Olivia Rogowska AUS d. Nadejda Guskova/Karina Pimkina RUS 46 61 10-5
5-Veronica Cepede Royg/Camila Silva PAR/CHI d. Linda Berlinecke/Nastja Kolar GER/SLO 06 75 10-1

3-Timea Babos/Heather Watson HUN/GBR d. Mallory Burdette/Quirine Lemoine USA/NED 64 75
Polina Leykina/Ekaterina Nikitina RUS d. Leolia Jeanjean/Daria Salnikova FRA/RUS 64 26 10-8
Katarena Paliivets/Chanel Simmonds CAN/RSA d. Tamara Curovic/Nataliya Pintusova SRB/BLR 62 62
8-Christina Mchale/Sloane Stephens USA d. Zarina Diyas/Valeria Savinykh KAZ/RUS 76(2) 75

6-Yana Buchina/Ksenia Pervak RUS d. Fatma Al-Nabhani/Grace Sari Ysidora OMA/INA 16 64 12-10
Ulrikke Eikeri/Zsofia Susanyi NOR/HUN d. Malou Ejdesgaard/Alejandra Granillo DEN/MEX 62 62
Stephanie Cornish/Paula Ormaechea GBR/ARG d. Jana Cepelova/Vivien Juhaszova SVK 76(4) 06 10-8
4-Kristina Mladenovic/Silvia Njiric FRA/CRO d. Emi Mutaguchi/Akiko Omae JPN 62 61

7- Beatrice Capra/Lauren Embree USA d. Clothilde De Bernardi/Solene Ficheux FRA 62 62
Anna Orlik/Laura Robson BLR/GBR d. Alexandra Krunic/Sandra Zaniewska SRB/POL 46 76(3) 10-2
Irina Khromacheva/An-Sophie Mestach RUS/BEL d. Richel Hogenkamp/Lesley Kerkhove NED 16 63 10-8
2-Elena Bogdan/Noppawan Lertcheewakarn ROU/THA d. Sina Haas/Magda Linette GER/POL 63 63

Second round
Ksenia Kirillova/Martina Trevisan RUS/ITA d. Nathalie Mohn/Gracia Radovanovic FRA 63 62
Isabella Holland/Olivia Rogowska AUS d. 5-Veronica Cepede Royg/Camila Silva PAR/CHI 62 62
3-Timea Babos/Heather Watson HUN/GBR d. Polina Leykina/Ekaterina Nikitina RUS 63 62
Katarena Paliivets/Chanel Simmonds CAN/RSA d. 8-Christina Mchale/Sloane Stephens USA 64 62

6-Yana Buchina/Ksenia Pervak RUS d. Ulrikke Eikeri/Zsofia Susanyi NOR/HUN 26 62 10-0
4-Kristina Mladenovic/Silvia Njiric FRA/CRO d. Stephanie Cornish/Paula Ormaechea GBR/ARG 76(3) 60
7- Beatrice Capra/Lauren Embree USA d. Anna Orlik/Laura Robson BLR/GBR W/O
2-Elena Bogdan/Noppawan Lertcheewakarn ROU/THA d. Irina Khromacheva/An-Sophie Mestach RUS/BEL 63 57 10-3

QF
Ksenia Kirillova/Martina Trevisan RUS/ITA d. Isabella Holland/Olivia Rogowska AUS W/O
3-Timea Babos/Heather Watson HUN/GBR d. Katarena Paliivets/Chanel Simmonds CAN/RSA 63 64

6-Yana Buchina/Ksenia Pervak RUS d. 4-Kristina Mladenovic/Silvia Njiric FRA/CRO 36 63 10-6
2-Elena Bogdan/Noppawan Lertcheewakarn ROU/THA d. 7- Beatrice Capra/Lauren Embree USA 61 64

SF
3-Timea Babos/Heather Watson HUN/GBR d. Ksenia Kirillova/Martina Trevisan RUS/ITA 62 57 10-8
2-Elena Bogdan/Noppawan Lertcheewakarn ROU/THA d. 6-Yana Buchina/Ksenia Pervak RUS 61 46 10-4

Final
2-Elena Bogdan/Noppawan Lertcheewakarn ROU/THA d. 3-Timea Babos/Heather Watson HUN/GBR 36 63 10-8

JujulCactus
Jun 6th, 2009, 08:59 PM
:woohoo: Noppawan ! ;)
I hope she can play well in Wimbledon !!

jirobkk
Jun 9th, 2009, 12:13 PM
Updated 2009 Schedule

14 Jun 21 Roehampton, GBR G1 Grass O
15 Jun 29 Wimbledon, London, GBR GA Grass O
16 Aug 03 Vancouver, CAN (Junior Exempt) CH 75K Hard O
17 Aug 31 US Open, New York, USA GA Hard O
18 Sep 21 Albuquerque, MN, USA (Junior Exempt) CH 75K Hard O
19 Oct 05 Tokyo, JPN (Junior Exempt) CH100K+H Hard O

jirobkk
Jun 9th, 2009, 04:21 PM
Nok got Wimby Q-WC :bounce:

JujulCactus
Jun 9th, 2009, 06:52 PM
Nok got Wimby Q-WC :bounce:

:eek: :woohoo:
Hope she will win a match at least !! ;)

JujulCactus
Jun 15th, 2009, 08:27 PM
Noppawan will play Manasieva !
Not easy, but Why not ? ;)
GL Noppawan !

JujulCactus
Jun 16th, 2009, 04:59 PM
Manasieva d Noppawan 6/7 6/4 6/1
She seems to play a good tennis but then she choke :o
She won a set, that's cool :hug:
Hope she will do well in juniors ;)

JujulCactus
Jul 1st, 2009, 07:40 PM
Noppwan is in QF in junior !! :)
And Robson lost, so I think she have a good chance !! Go Go Nok !! ;)
And she won in doubles too against 7th seed ! :)

lilimi
Jul 4th, 2009, 03:10 PM
congratulations, wimbledon champion!

jirobkk
Jul 4th, 2009, 03:13 PM
http://www.jirobkk.com/images/index-nok1.gif

Wimbledon Junior 2009

Final
4-LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan THA d. 1-MLADENOVIC, Kristina FRA 36 63 61

Well done NOK !!! Dream comes true.

You made Thai people proud :kiss:

tennisfan86
Jul 4th, 2009, 03:33 PM
great going Noppawan..

Alizé Molik
Jul 5th, 2009, 02:28 AM
yey for Nop! now get a serve and stop playing juniour, :kiss:

jirobkk
Jul 5th, 2009, 06:46 PM
Final
LERTCHEEWAKARN THA / PEERS AUS d. 2-MLADENOVIC FRA / NJIRIC CRO 61 61

http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Wimbledon/2009/wimby27.jpg

JujulCactus
Jul 5th, 2009, 08:00 PM
What an amazing event for her ;)
She was exellent :hearts:
Keep going now to go to senior ..
...maybe her little problem is her serve as "alizé Molik" said :rolleyes:

jirobkk
Jul 6th, 2009, 03:49 PM
After winning 2009 Wimby singles and doubles crown she ragained the world junior No.1 with 1322.50 points, compared to No.2 Mladenovic's 1313.75.( ranking as of 6 July 2009)

jirobkk
Jul 6th, 2009, 04:58 PM
Nok's interview

http://www.wimbledon.org/en_GB/news/match_reports/2009-07-05/200907051246805227921.html (http://www.wimbledon.org/en_GB/news/match_reports/2009-07-05/200907051246805227921.html)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjjtZPIPfj0 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjjtZPIPfj0)

jirobkk
Jul 8th, 2009, 04:59 PM
http://www.jirobkk.com/album/Wimbledon/2009/2009wimby34.jpg
Girls' champion Noppawan Lertcheewakarn poses with mens' winner Roger Federer at the champions' dinner.

stefi62
Jul 9th, 2009, 09:12 AM
I've added my DV videos of Nok in Wimbledon on my youtube account: AliciaHub
Already the junior doubles final + ceremony and bits of the semi vs Babos
Soon the singles junior finam + ceremony
Enjoy!

She is a wise player on court, I took pleasure in going and watch her play. I also think her second serve could be improved, but she fights hard on each point, and I'm really happy she won it there; Plus I know some of the senior players like her a lot as well.

JujulCactus
Jul 9th, 2009, 12:52 PM
I've added my DV videos of Nok in Wimbledon on my youtube account: AliciaHub
Already the junior doubles final + ceremony and bits of the semi vs Babos
Soon the singles junior finam + ceremony
Enjoy!

:worship: Thanks a lot ! :)

jirobkk
Jul 10th, 2009, 02:56 AM
I've added my DV videos of Nok in Wimbledon on my youtube account: AliciaHub
Already the junior doubles final + ceremony and bits of the semi vs Babos
Soon the singles junior finam + ceremony
Enjoy!

She is a wise player on court, I took pleasure in going and watch her play. I also think her second serve could be improved, but she fights hard on each point, and I'm really happy she won it there; Plus I know some of the senior players like her a lot as well.


Thank you very much :kiss:

McPie
Jul 11th, 2009, 03:21 AM
I hope she will play senior soon :rocker2:

จะรอนะ :lol:

McPie
Jul 26th, 2009, 02:45 PM
the bird gonna moved to Professional nest now :bounce:

Jayday
Aug 1st, 2009, 11:21 PM
Nok:hearts:
anybody knows which tournaments she's planning to play this august?

Srodgers
Aug 1st, 2009, 11:23 PM
She is playing the 75k vancouver this week

JujulCactus
Aug 2nd, 2009, 10:13 AM
I hope she will win some matches ... !! GL Noppawan ! ;)

Jayday
Aug 3rd, 2009, 06:48 PM
Nok is playing Albanese...
At least it's not Mirza :)

GL NOK PLEASE WIN:banana:

juki
Aug 3rd, 2009, 10:59 PM
Nok should have a good chance I think, Albanese isn't in good form lately :yeah:

Michael.
Aug 4th, 2009, 09:13 AM
Come On Nok ! You Can Do It !

Michael.
Aug 6th, 2009, 03:15 AM
WOO HOO ! she won in the first round against albanese 7-5 in the third ,
she will now play olga puchkova in the next round , should be a winnable match , come on nok !

JujulCactus
Aug 6th, 2009, 01:31 PM
Next Match Really Winnable !!! :yeah:
I don't know how is playing Puchkova lately
but she is able to make tons of errors, especially double faults ...

GL Noppawan ! :)

Michael.
Aug 6th, 2009, 03:08 PM
gl noppawan !!!!!

Michael.
Aug 6th, 2009, 10:57 PM
Nok Won !

3-6 6-2 , 6-4

Wooo Hoo !

Michael.
Aug 7th, 2009, 12:19 AM
she will play stephanie dubois next

Michael.
Aug 7th, 2009, 12:19 AM
nevermind dubois hasnt played yet .

Michael.
Aug 7th, 2009, 12:27 AM
she should be in the top 300 after this tournament

Kurama
Aug 7th, 2009, 11:03 AM
GL against Dubois in QF

Kurama
Aug 7th, 2009, 11:03 AM
GL against Dubois in QF round :wavey:

Michael.
Aug 7th, 2009, 08:47 PM
GL nok !

Michael.
Aug 7th, 2009, 11:08 PM
nok :sad:

6-1, 6-0

it was a good tournament though . good for your rankings keep working on improving your game nok !

Michael.
Aug 7th, 2009, 11:31 PM
does anybody know her next event ?

Nicky_608
Aug 8th, 2009, 06:33 AM
us open qualifying

Michael.
Aug 8th, 2009, 06:35 AM
GL nok

Rising Sun
Aug 8th, 2009, 06:56 AM
us open qualifying
Is her ranking high enough? :scared:

Michael.
Aug 8th, 2009, 06:59 AM
i hope so !

Nicky_608
Aug 8th, 2009, 03:04 PM
She said in newspaper that she got QWC

Michael.
Aug 8th, 2009, 09:02 PM
oh , thats good then !

JujulCactus
Aug 9th, 2009, 09:31 AM
:woohoo:

Michael.
Aug 10th, 2009, 02:43 AM
pleae qualify nok !

Rising Sun
Aug 20th, 2009, 11:10 PM
I don't see Nok's name in the list of WC recipients... :sobbing: :confused:

Michael.
Aug 21st, 2009, 12:28 AM
neither did i :sad:

LoLex
Sep 24th, 2009, 01:37 PM
Noppawan lost to eventual champion Heather Watson in US Open QF but she reached the final in doubles with Elena Bogdan... She received a wild card to $100,000+H Tokyo.. the event starts on 5th October.

US Open results:

64 W Sina HAAS (GER) 6-4 6-1
32 W Valeria SOLOVIEVA (RUS) 2-6 6-4 7-6(4)
16 W Ulrikke EIKERI (NOR) 6-2 3-6 6-1
QF L Heather WATSON (GBR) 2-6 1-6

Right now she is still second in Junior rankings, she is very close to Mladenovic.. :fiery:

1 MLADENOVIC, Kristina FRA *1,285.00
2 LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan THA *1,282.50
3 WATSON, Heather GBR *1,097.50

LoLex
Oct 4th, 2009, 07:22 PM
Noppawan plays tomorrow her first match in Tokyo tournament. She is facing japanese wild card Sachie Ishizu, so hopefully she has some chances to beat her.

stefi62
Oct 23rd, 2009, 09:30 PM
New videos of Nok in Wimbledon on my youtube account: AliciaHub
Enjoy!

KanSuke
Nov 1st, 2009, 02:16 PM
Noppawan lost her second round qualifying match in Taipei. I think she made QF last year, quite some points lost :tears: :hug:

RND
Nov 1st, 2009, 02:44 PM
She did!? I don't remember that. I think she's not yet ready for the pro circuit. :( How old is she now? Time goes by fast...

KanSuke
Nov 1st, 2009, 02:59 PM
Ohh I though I messed her up with someone else :lol: but yeah she did, I just looked it up in WTA site. That's 40 points she got last year :eek: She could possibly drop about 150 spots with the points taken off :tape:

KanSuke
Nov 1st, 2009, 03:02 PM
And she's gonna be 18 this month. She was born on Nov/18/1991.

McPie
Nov 16th, 2009, 08:03 AM
And she's gonna be 18 this month. She was born on Nov/18/1991.

2 days left :p

McPie
Nov 18th, 2009, 02:23 AM
Happy Birthday, Nok!! :aparty::bdaycake::bounce::woohoo::dog::cat:

18 แล้วนะเนี่ย :D

juki
Nov 18th, 2009, 05:02 AM
Happy Birthday Nok!!! :bounce:;)

KanSuke
Nov 18th, 2009, 05:18 AM
Happy birthday girl! :)

RND
Nov 18th, 2009, 09:15 AM
Happy Bday, Nok. :)

Btw, do you know if Thai is an easy language to learn? :p I don't know, I may be planning to get some Thai lessons. :)

(Oh, and I heard some Thai fans shouting Tammy "doo doo" or something like that in ITF Taipei. :lol: Does that mean "come on" or what? I thought it sounded really cool and funny. :p)

McPie
Nov 19th, 2009, 11:56 AM
Happy Bday, Nok. :)

Btw, do you know if Thai is an easy language to learn? :p I don't know, I may be planning to get some Thai lessons. :)

(Oh, and I heard some Thai fans shouting Tammy "doo doo" or something like that in ITF Taipei. :lol: Does that mean "come on" or what? I thought it sounded really cool and funny. :p)

you mean สู้ สู้ (pronounce : soo! soo! meaning : kinda "fight" or "come on!") so yes :D;)

RND
Nov 19th, 2009, 01:47 PM
:hatoff: Tammy soo soo!

But again, soo soo actually sounds equivalant to "lose lose" in Madarin. So I guess I would rather say come on to Tammy next time she'd be here still. ;) :lol:

McPie
Nov 21st, 2009, 05:46 AM
up to you then :shrug::lol:

McPie
Jan 15th, 2010, 02:50 PM
http://img211.imageshack.us/img211/4176/img4426b.th.jpg (http://img211.imageshack.us/i/img4426b.jpg/)
try to draw :bounce:

tennis-insomniac
Feb 1st, 2010, 07:46 PM
Nok got knocked out of both 25,00 events in florida events in Qualies second round she's going to pattaya next where she got a wildcard

Go Nok!!

duhcity
Feb 7th, 2010, 08:17 AM
This girl is seriously disappointing.
Saw that she got a WC, so I went to look her up. Losing to a player ranked outside the top 800 :tape:

I really liked her as a Junior. Hopefully she picks up some good results so she can actually make the Wimbledon WC she gets a statement

LoLex
Feb 7th, 2010, 08:29 AM
Hopefully she picks up some good results so she can actually make the Wimbledon WC she gets a statement

I think it is sure she will have a WC to the Wimbledon main draw this year.

Waiting for the main draw in Pattaya. Last year Peer defeated her sth like 6-0 6-1 there. :sobbing:

LoLex
Feb 7th, 2010, 09:17 PM
Tomorrow court no. 1 second match against Chanelle Sheepers. Good luck.

JujulCactus
Feb 8th, 2010, 09:51 AM
She just won the first set 7/6 !!!! :D
Seems to improve on her serve (?)
Keep going Noppawan !

JujulCactus
Feb 8th, 2010, 11:17 AM
Ok let's call her "Let'ChokeWakarn" :rolleyes:
After win the first set on a great fight,
she goes to lead 7/6 4/1 !! and then ... nothing!
She lost the set 6/4 !! :eek:
She held her serve at start of the third, and having 4 break points !!! But lost this game :mad:
Then she hold, then nothing !! :fiery:
Sheepers is serving for the match having two match points :sad: PATHETIC

JujulCactus
Feb 8th, 2010, 11:19 AM
Noppawan just breaks she's now 3/5 in the third ...
... please come back ! ...

LoLex
Feb 8th, 2010, 11:50 AM
What a choke... Noppawan :o

tennis-insomniac
Feb 8th, 2010, 03:46 PM
Nok i feel suddenly sad but it's okay even i haven't gotten to see you play this year but i hope to see you again next year and wish for you to win the tournament!!

I love you Nok keep on fighting !!! สู้ๆ

McPie
Feb 15th, 2010, 10:58 AM
haha I found Nok's Wim09 dress at the Emporium but then I just bought the other thing instead of it :sobbing::haha:

McPie
Feb 16th, 2010, 06:04 AM
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Noppawan-Lertcheewakarn/128580436994

I need some people to be c-Page Admin to update things now, help me please :awww:

jirobkk
Feb 23rd, 2010, 12:52 PM
Nok recorded her first win on WTA tour, defeating world No.126 Ksenia Pervak 6-1, 6-4 in Malaysia Open 2010.

McPie
Apr 12th, 2010, 12:52 PM
Nok recorded her first win on WTA tour, defeating world No.126 Ksenia Pervak 6-1, 6-4 in Malaysia Open 2010.

:woohoo:
http://www.nufcth.com/board/style_emoticons/default/emo_guthrie.gif


still, she don't get any title yet :sobbing:

Michael.
May 16th, 2010, 08:41 AM
Is she playing at all this week?

Carotastrophe
May 16th, 2010, 11:43 PM
Juniors?

Michael.
May 16th, 2010, 11:48 PM
:weirdo:
No, she played her last junior tournament last year.

Carotastrophe
May 17th, 2010, 03:11 AM
No wonder shes not in the rankings! i thought she had a slump.. but no.. good luck, Nok

max4533
May 17th, 2010, 08:51 AM
She will play 50k Nottingham in UK next.

Carotastrophe
May 17th, 2010, 09:04 AM
:eek: No FO?? :o

Michael.
May 17th, 2010, 02:00 PM
She's getting ready for Wimbledon.
After all she is guaranteed a MD Wildcard.
She might as well be ready for it.

max4533
May 19th, 2010, 10:43 AM
MD Wildcard??? I've heard a rumor that the wimbledon directors will not give her one. Possibly, just a Q Wildcard. :sad: :banghead:

Michael.
May 19th, 2010, 01:35 PM
I thought whoever wins Wimbledon Juniors get a MD Wildcard. :weirdo:
Thats what I heard last year.

LoLex
May 19th, 2010, 01:55 PM
MD Wildcard??? I've heard a rumor that the wimbledon directors will not give her one. Possibly, just a Q Wildcard. :sad: :banghead:

What? :o I hope it is just a rumour. That would be not fair.

Michael.
May 20th, 2010, 10:26 PM
$50,000 Nottingham (GBR) 2010 | May 31 (Entry List)

Main Draw

1 BALTACHA, Elena GBR 62 1
2 BRIANTI, Alberta ITA 72 1
3 VOEGELE, Stefanie SUI 75 1
4 ZAHLAVOVA, Sandra CZE 83 1
5 RODIONOVA, Anastasia AUS 96 1
6 MAKAROVA, Ekaterina RUS 103 1
7 GROTH, Jarmila AUS 109 1
8 TETREAULT, Valerie CAN 118 1
9 PERRY, Shenay USA 127 1
10 KRAJICEK, Michaella NED 129 1
11 SCHEEPERS, Chanelle RSA 133 1
12 BRATCHIKOVA, Nina RUS 134 1
13 SAVCHUK, Olga UKR 143 1
14 HLAVACKOVA, Andrea CZE 146 1
15 MARINO, Rebecca CAN 159 1
16 HAN, Xinyun CHN 160 2
17 RODIONOVA, Arina RUS 161 1
18 EL TABAKH, Heidi CAN 169 1
19 $ MINELLA, Mandy LUX 170 2
20 DOI, Misaki JPN 171 1
21 HOFMANOVA, Nikola AUT 173 1
22 LERTCHEEWAKARN, Noppawan THA 340 1 JE

JujulCactus
May 21st, 2010, 12:32 PM
Noppawan training for Grass :D
I think she's getting MD.WC ... like all junior champion of the previous year ...
What's the trouble with that ? :sad:

andrewC
May 21st, 2010, 01:47 PM
good luck!

Carotastrophe
May 24th, 2010, 01:51 AM
Good Luck Nok!

Michael.
May 30th, 2010, 11:11 PM
(1)Elena Baltacha (GBR) v Naomi Cavaday (GBR)
(Q)Jade Windley (GBR) v (wc)Anna Fitzpatrick (GBR)

Abigail Spears (USA) v (Q)Jocelyn Rae (GBR)
(5)Olga Savchuk (UKR) v (JE)Noppawan Lertcheewakarn (THA)

(4)Nina Bratchikova (RUS) v Alison Riske (USA)
Sally Peers (AUS) v (Q)Natalie Grandin (RSA)

Melanie South (GBR) v Mona Barthel (GER)
(6)Xinyun Han (CHN) v Heidi El Tabakh (CAN)

(8)Rebecca Marino (CAN) v Misaki Doi (JPN)
Madison Brengle (USA) v (Q)Tara Moore (GBR)

Carly Gullickson (USA) v (wc)Lisa Whybourn (GBR)
(3/wc)Katie O´Brien (GBR) v Nikola Hofmanova (AUT)

(7/wc)Anne Keothavong (GBR) v Valeria Savinykh (RUS)
Naomi Broady (GBR) v Arina Rodionova (RUS)

Monika Wejnert (AUS) v Mandy Minella (LUX)
(2)Sandra Zahlavova (CZE) v Anna Smith (GBR)

Michael.
Jun 2nd, 2010, 10:37 PM
(JE)Noppawan Lertcheewakarn (THA) d. (5)Olga Savchuk (UKR) 62 26 64

OMG AMAZE. :inlove: :bounce:

Carotastrophe
Jun 2nd, 2010, 11:29 PM
Nice win :)

Michael.
Jun 3rd, 2010, 02:14 PM
Noppawan Lertcheewakarn (THA) def. Abigail Spears (USA) 6-4, 6-4

OMG. :hearts:
GRASS-GOAT. :aparty:

Michael.
Jun 3rd, 2010, 11:52 PM
Spears vs Lertcheewakarn
I was very excited for this match, as I wanted to see Lertcheewakarn live. I've been following her results in the Juniors since Pattaya '07 and she seems to slowly be making progress on the tour. In person, she is shorter than I expected her to be and slightly stumpy. She started the match incredibly slowly, Spears has a nice volley game which she kept using to cut the points short, which frustrated Nok, who found herself down 0-3. Frustrated, she hit a ball out of the court in the direction of the nearby road and was told off for ball abuse. :o I was expecting Spears to take this fairly easily by now, but during the break, Noppawan seemed to calm herself down and attack more herself, to try and stop Spears coming to the net. I'm guessing that she was simply having trouble adjusting to a serve and volley type player, as its unlikely she's experienced against that type. From there, she kept up trying to dictate and won in straight sets. For her match against Baltacha, she'll need to serve slightly better, but I was very impressed with her performance.

My pictures from today:
Lertcheewakarn
http://img62.imageshack.us/img62/2672/p1090111.jpg


:hearts:

Michael.
Jun 4th, 2010, 05:26 AM
Thursday reports

Lertcheewakarn .vs. Spears
Spectators would be forgiven for mistaking Nop as the veteran on court in this match. Not in terms of looks or game style, but attitude. Noppawan looked so confident throughout the match like she just expected an easy win - and she got it. 4&4 doesn‘t really reflect how one side this match was.


;)

turtle-rn
Jun 4th, 2010, 07:03 AM
Nice to see her get some wins on the WTA tour after the hopes she raised as a junior.


@SHUAI-GOAT: your current avi is :hearts: Hopes he'll come back soon and sound.

-sugi-
Jun 4th, 2010, 12:58 PM
:wavey:
Nok played very well yesterday. She's currently a set and a break down against Baltacha. Keep fighting! :bounce:

Michael.
Jun 4th, 2010, 11:34 PM
(1)Elena Baltacha (GBR) d. (JE)Noppawan Lertcheewakarn (THA) 64 60

:hug:
Such a great week for her though!

Dawson.
Jun 6th, 2010, 03:27 PM
Just a few pics I took of Nop in Nottingham

After her win over Spears
http://i49.tinypic.com/fdge87.jpg

Against Baltacha
http://i47.tinypic.com/2ypb6s1.jpg

http://i46.tinypic.com/350v0oi.jpg

LoLex
Jun 6th, 2010, 04:37 PM
Happy to see she is finally winning something :kiss: :hearts: