Friday, 17 May 2024

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Amonrat Jamporn’s historic victory in the SL3 women’s singles at the World Championships is a testament to her skill and determination. Born in Thailand but representing Australia, Jamporn couldn’t have asked for a better setting for her win than the NSDF ROYAL BEACH CLIFF BWF Para Badminton World Championships 2024, which is being held in her home country.

Jamporn expressed her joy at winning on such a grand stage, stating, “I’m so happy it happened on the biggest stage I’ve played on.” She defeated Kamtam Wandee in Group F with a score of 21-15, 18-21, 21-15. The tournament being held in Thailand allowed her to celebrate her victory with her family, including her grandparents, mom, and brother who specially drove 10 hours to watch her play.

Despite facing a life-altering accident in 2014 that led to the loss of her left leg above the knee, Jamporn never gave up on her love for badminton. After learning to walk with a prosthetic leg, she returned to the court to compete in Para badminton. Starting with local tournaments in 2018, she quickly established herself as an international player in the following year.

Jamporn’s dedication to the sport is driven by her love for the game. Despite juggling training with looking after her two children, she remains determined to excel. Her daughter sees her as a “super woman” and proudly shares her achievements with others. Jamporn’s goal is to win a medal and dedicate it to her daughter.

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In her upcoming match, Jamporn will face fifth seed Zuxian Xiao. A win in this match will secure her a spot in the quarterfinals in Pattaya, Thailand. This encounter will be their first on the court, adding an extra layer of excitement to the competition.

Jamporn’s win in Group F was crucial following her loss in the first match against Charanjeet Kaur. She learned valuable lessons from that match and adapted to the court conditions. Staying consistent and calm will be key to her continued success.

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  • “I practice with the junior team in the Maldives. It’s the best sport. I started playing after watching my idol Krysten Coombs. I saw him play at Tokyo 2020, and that’s when I decided to take up para badminton. I’ve met him twice, and he was really flattered when I told him.” – Hawwa Eshal Riyaz on her journey.

  • “It’s a mixture of nerves, fun, and excitement. I’ve made a lot of friends from other countries, including Brazil and Cameroon. It’s great to meet so many people, and I’m glad I changed Para sports from tennis to badminton. It was the right decision.” – Iraqi Ali Alasadi on making his World Championships debut after being introduced to the sport by his teammate.

  • “We were lucky to come through that match. In the second game, I made a few errors on my attack and couldn’t make good progress. But we won in the end, and that makes us happy. The key to victory was positive thinking.” – Daisuke Fujihara after he and Akiko Sugino (SL3-SU5) survived their first big test with a 21-6, 24-22 win over home hopes Chawat Kitichokwattana/Chinida Srinavakul.

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Hawwa was inspired to take up para badminton by another player on the circuit.


Q: How did Amonrat Jamporn achieve her victory at the World Championships?
A: Amonrat Jamporn displayed exceptional skill and determination to win the SL3 women’s singles at the World Championships. Her performance on the biggest stage was outstanding, beating Kamtam Wandee in a thrilling match.

Q: What challenges did Amonrat Jamporn overcome on her journey to success?
A: Amonrat Jamporn faced a life-altering accident that resulted in the loss of her left leg above the knee. Despite this, she persevered and learned to walk with a prosthetic leg. Her love for badminton motivated her to return to the court, starting with local tournaments and eventually becoming an international player.

Q: What are Amonrat Jamporn’s goals for the future?
A: Amonrat Jamporn aims to continue her winning streak and secure a place in the quarterfinals by defeating Zuxian Xiao in her upcoming match. She is determined to excel in her sport and dreams of winning a medal, dedicating it to her daughter.


Amonrat Jamporn’s first-ever World Championships win in SL3 women’s singles was a remarkable achievement. Representing Australia but born in Thailand, she triumphed in her home country at the NSDF ROYAL BEACH CLIFF BWF Para Badminton World Championships 2024. Jamporn’s journey is an inspiring tale of resilience and passion for the sport. Despite facing adversity, she never gave up and learned to walk with a prosthetic leg. Her dedication and love for badminton have made her an international player. Jamporn’s victory is a testament to her exceptional skills and the joy she brings to the game.

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