Monthly Archives: March 2014

Sad Kra Jai! @ Sathupradit 57


We are Sad Kra Jai!

Sad Kra Jai! members gather for a team battle against Sunday Hey-Ha on May 3, 2014. Photo: Sad Kra Jai! Team


“Play till you drop” can be applied to this team at Sathupradit 57 Badminton Court in Bangkok. Although they spend only two days a week, their four-hour session will certainly let you soak in sweat. If four hours still cannot satisfy their club members, they usually continue their games until 2 a.m. of the next day. Each session normally has 30-40 people with a wide range of badminton skills. The team is open for walk-in players.


Where to play: Sathupradit 57 Badminton Court552695_496321360386328_824490707_n

Address: 951/1, Soi Pricha 1 (Sathupradit 57), Sathupradit Road, Yannawa, Bangkok, 10120

Time to play: Every Wednesday and Friday from 8 p.m.

Club size: Large (30-50 people)

Player levels: Beginner to Upper-intermediate

Courts available: n/a

Shuttlecock: RSL Silver Feather

Game fee: THB 130-200




Posted by on 31/03/2014 in Badminton in Thailand


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Speed @ Tito


Tito Badminton

Speed Club is one of the two biggest badminton groups (The other is Jeng-Jing Group) at Tito Badminton Court on Thonburi or the west side of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. The club normally has 30-40 people joining each session on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. However, they usually extend their game schedule until midnight to fulfill the needs of its members. Casual visitors who love to travel and challenge people outside their home base are welcome, no matter how good you are at badminton.

Where to play: Tito Badminton Court (10 minutes walk from BTS Krung Thonburi station)

Address: Soi Charoen Nakorn 14, Charoen Nakorn Rd., Klongsan, Bangkok 10600

Time to play: Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8-11 p.m.

Club size: Large (30-40 people)

Player levels: Beginner to Upper Intermediate

Courts avaiable: 4

Shuttlecock: RSL

Game fee: THB 130-200




Posted by on 26/03/2014 in Badminton in Thailand


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Ratchanok withdraws from India Open 2014


Ratchanok Intanon

Photo: Ratchanok Intanon page on Facebook

BANGKOK – Thailand’s world number four in women’s singles, Ratchanok Intanon, will miss a chance to defend her title at impending YONEX-SUNRISE India Open 2014 because of an unrecovered left calf injury.

Kanitsara Ngoensrisuk, the executive director of Ratchanok’s club Banthongyod Badminton School, said Ratchanok has not fully recovered and will not be fit in time before the tournament begins next week. YONEX-SUNRISE India Open 2014 with prize money of 250,000 dollars offered will take place in New Delhi on April 1-6.

Ratchanok won over Germany’s Juliane Schenk in the final round of YONEX-SUNRISE India Open 2013.


Posted by on 25/03/2014 in Journalistic Entry



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