ข่าวคราว เพื่อนของเรา ในต่างแดน ...Sue & Paul from England
Hope P'Noy and P' Nok are well ? We are stuck in here again, House still in the maket not sold yet. We just came back form London Tournament,18-19/12/2009 Sue pass to Semi-final in Lady open and anather event it not to bad, beat 5 people in top 50 in the country.and have refer my name in the link below on Lady open section. https://www.englishtabletennis.org.uk/nlstory.cfm?ID=36322&NLID=3153
or same here below i am so very happy this is my first step, and if my next tournament if i get better more than this i will report to P'Noy to know more
Lots of love Su and Paul
England Ranking https://www.englishtabletennis.org.uk/dyncat.cfm?catid=27044 Suchada West in Senior Women Don't forget us to Play in P'Noy Team when we in Thailand Now Su change style from close to the table go to defence chop long way from the table just learn about 2 months but it not to bad because it improve my game more,but just can chop back hand only at the moment. And next week want to work on front hand chop and hope can be redy for next tournament.
The Womens Open Championship was reaching a climax with the two top seeded players Egle Adomelyte and Emma Vickers contesting the final. The surprise of this event was the outstanding performances shown by Sue West from the Bournemouth Sports club who reached the semi-final. Unseeded in the competition Sue won her group then achieved brilliant results over Cherith Graham in five tough sets to then go one better and remove yesterdays Band 1 winner Annabelle Morle (who had previously beaten Haylee Potts in the 1st round) to reach the last eight stage. The other semi finalist Jordyn Layfield was also in devastating form in getting past Sarah Horsnell and a close encounter of the fifth kind over 4th seed Lisa Radford.
Emma Vickers pathway to the final saw her enjoy strong performances over Helen Rutherford, Hang Li (who had earlier beaten Melissa Wright in five tight ends) and then after surviving a first set loss against last four opponent Jordyn Layfield, came through in good style to win the next three sets to reach the final.
Egle Adomeylte (a regular Grand Prix winner) after a comfortable first round win against Natasha Walsh was made to work very hard against Irelands Susan Nealon in a topsy turvy full distance match coming through 11-9 in the last set to meet Sue West in the other semi final. Egle lost the opening set to Sue having difficulty with her long pimpled style of play, but soon got to grips with the situation to close out the next three sets fairly comfortably.