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Thailand’s women’s volleyball team confirms the final 12-member AG roster, excluding Nutsara and including the three Aquo players.

The Thailand women’s volleyball team announced its final entry list for the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.

Thailand will participate in the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games women’s volleyball, which will be held from the 30th. Thailand, in Group B, was in a group with Taiwan and Mongolia.

In the 2024 Paris Olympics qualifiers held earlier, Thailand was included in Group C and played the schedule in Łódź, Poland, and was unable to qualify by finishing 4th in the group with 4 wins and 3 losses.

There was a change in the roster of the Thailand women’s volleyball team, which went straight from Poland to Hangzhou, China. Veteran setter Nutsara Tomkom was left off the list again. Nut Sara, who announced her retirement from the national team, returned after two years. She was named in the qualifiers for the 2024 Paris Olympics and made her comeback at the games in Germany.

However, as soon as the Olympic qualifiers were over, Sirima Marakit was again named to the national team instead of Nutsara. Additionally, middle blocker Thanaphan Wimorat and libero Jidapha Naouanong did not make the final 12-man entry.

Except for Sirima’s addition, everything is the same as the entry for the Paris Olympics qualifiers. All three of Thailand’s Asian quarter players who will play in the upcoming Dodram 2023-2024 V-League will participate in the Asian Games. Setter Ponpoon Gedpard (IBK Industrial Bank of Korea), outside heater Wipawi Sitong (Hyundai Engineering & Construction), and Apogit Thanacha Seoksot (Korea Expressway Corporation) will also participate in the schedule.

The Thai women’s volleyball team achieved the feat of winning the 2023 Asian Championship for the first time in 10 years since 2013. Although he did not qualify for the Olympics, 스포츠토토 he will challenge for the Asian Games gold medal this time.


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