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A full house of titles for Rungroj Thainiyom (Photo: Organising Committe)

The host nation’s Rungroj Thainiyom and Yuttajak Glinbanchuen alongside Korea Republic’s Kang Oejeong emerged the most successful players on duty at the four-day ITTF Thailand Para Open 2023, play concluding in Pattaya on Sunday 27th August.

After winning women’s singles class 5, competing in class 10, Kang Oejeong partnered Jung Younga to women’s doubles gold, Jang Yeongjin to mixed doubles success.

Similarly, Yuttajak Glinbanchuen claimed the top prize in men’s singles class 3, Rungroj Thainiyom in men’s singles class 6.

Later, Yuttajak Glinbanchuen partnered Wijittra Jaion to success in mixed doubles class 7, prior to claiming the men’s doubles class 8 top prize with Wanchai Chaiwut.

At the same time, in class 14, Rungroj Thainiyom allied with Kanlaya Chaiwut-Kriabklang to secure mixed doubles gold, before winning the men’s doubles alongside Phisit Wangphonphathanasiri.