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Old Nov 3rd, 2007, 10:42 AM   #16
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Re: "Nok" Noppawan Lertcheewakarn Cheering thread



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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