Thursday, 13 Jun 2024

PRINCESS SIRIVANNAVARI Thailand Masters 2023: A Showcase of Women’s Singles Talent

The PRINCESS SIRIVANNAVARI Thailand Masters 2023 is set to display the skills of some of the most promising prospects in women’s singles. With notable withdrawals from the tournament, including home icon Ratchanok Intanon and three-time world champion Carolina Marin, the qualifying rounds have seen the promotion of talented players to the main draw.

Rising Stars in Women’s Singles

The withdrawals of players such as Pornpawee Chochuwong, Busanan Ongbamrungphan, and Lalinrat Chaiwan have created an opportunity for young talents to shine. Among the newly promoted players are Uber Cup star Sim Yu Jin, Canada’s Wen Yu Zhang, Talia Ng and Rachel Chan, Indonesia’s Komang Ayu Cahya Dewi, and Thailand’s ‘Pink’ Pitchamon Opatniputh.

Komang Ayu Cahywa Dewi of Indonesia

Other notable participants include USA’s Lauren Lam, Japan’s Riko Gunji – the world junior champion in 2019, and Denmark’s Line Christophersen.

Changes in Men’s Singles

In men’s singles, reigning India Open champion Kunlavut Vitidsarn and second seed Lu Guang Zu have withdrawn from the tournament. Their spots have been filled by Indonesian veteran Tommy Sugiarto and Denmark’s Mads Christophersen respectively.

Notable Withdrawals and Promotions

Here are the details of the key withdrawals and the players who have replaced them in different categories:

Men’s Singles

  • Withdrawals: Kunlavut Vitidsarn and Lu Guang Zu
  • Replacements: Tommy Sugiarto and Mads Christophersen
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Women’s Singles

  • Withdrawals: Ratchanok Intanon, Carolina Marin, Busanan Ongbamrungphan, Pornpawee Chochuwong, Lalinrat Chaiwan, Malvika Bansod, Saina Nehwal, Goh Jin Wei
  • Replacements: Sim Yu Jin, Zhang Wen Yu, Talia Ng, Komang Ayu Cahya Dewi, Thet Htar Thuzar, Rachel Chan, Pitchamon Opatniputh, Polina Buhrova

Men’s Doubles

  • Withdrawals: Satwiksairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty; Ong Yew Sin/Teo Ee Yi; Jeppe Bay/Lasse Moelhede; Krishna Prasad Garaga/Vishnuvardhan Panjala; Torjus Flaaten/Vegard Rikheim; Tan Kian Meng/Tan Wee Kiong
  • Replacements: Muhammad Haikal/Arif Junaidi; Vinson Chiu/Joshua Yuan; Wong Tien Ci/Boon Xin Yuan; Muhammad Rayhan Nur Fadillah/Rahmat Hidayat; Goh V Shem/Lim Khim Wah; Nur Mohd Azriyn Ayub/Low Juan Shen; Tanupat Viriyangkura/Tang Huaidong; Chen Bo Yang/Liu Yi

Women’s Doubles

  • Withdrawals: Crystal Wong/Jin Yujia; Lee Chia Hsin/Teng Chun Hsun; Sikki Reddy/Shruti Mishra
  • Replacements: Lauren Lam/Paula Lynn Cao Hok; Laksika Kanlaha/Phataimas Muenwong; Liu Chiao-Yun/Wang Yu Qiao

Mixed Doubles

  • Withdrawals: Tan Kian Meng/Lai Pei Jing; Jones Ralfy Jansen/Linda Efler; Wang Yi Lyu/Due Yue; Ye Hong Wei/Lee Chia Hsin
  • Replacements: Chiu Hsiang Chieh/Lin Xiao Min; Ratchapol Makkasasithorn/Chasinee Korepap; Cheng Xing/Chen Fang Hui


1. Who are the standout players to watch in the PRINCESS SIRIVANNAVARI Thailand Masters 2023?

Some of the notable players to keep an eye on are Sim Yu Jin, Komang Ayu Cahya Dewi, and Riko Gunji.

2. Are there any surprises in the player line-up due to withdrawals?

Yes, the withdrawals have led to the promotion of talented players from the qualifying rounds and reserves, providing an exciting opportunity for new faces to make their mark.


The PRINCESS SIRIVANNAVARI Thailand Masters 2023 is set to thrill badminton enthusiasts with a lineup of promising women’s singles players. Despite the withdrawals, the tournament promises to be a showcase of talent and an opportunity for rising stars to shine. Stay tuned for thrilling matches and unexpected surprises!

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