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RATIWATANA Sanchai Name RATIWATANA Sanchai
NOC THA - Thailand Thailand Date of Birth 23 JAN 1982
Residence Gender Male
Height 180 cm Weight 80 kg
Discipline Tennis

Tennis

BiographiesResult
Start Date Start Time Event Partner Score Results Opponent
Name NOC
Men's Doubles
28 SEP 2014 13 : 30 Men's Doubles Semifinal RATIWATANA Sonchat 1 - 2 Lose MYNENI Saketh Sai
/ SINGH Sanam Krishan
IND - India IND
27 SEP 2014 11 : 00 Men's Doubles Quarterfinal RATIWATANA Sonchat 2 - 0 Win GONG Maoxin
/ LI Zhe
CHN - China CHN
26 SEP 2014 13 : 00 Men's Doubles Second Round RATIWATANA Sonchat 2 - 0 Win ZAYED Mousa Shnan
/ AL MUTAWA Jabor Mohammed
QAT - Qatar QAT
Mixed Doubles
27 SEP 2014 16 : 30 Mixed Doubles Quarterfinal PLIPUECH Peangtarn 1 - 2 Lose SUGITA Yuichi
/ AOYAMA Shuko
JPN - Japan JPN
26 SEP 2014 17 : 00 Mixed Doubles Second Round PLIPUECH Peangtarn 2 - 1 Win GONZALES Ruben Jr
/ LEHNERT Katharina Melissa
PHI - Philippines PHI
Men's Team
22 SEP 2014 10 : 30 Men's Team Quarterfinal 1 - 2 Lose Japan JPN - Japan JPN
21 SEP 2014 10 : 30 Men's Team Second Round 3 - 0 Win Indonesia INA - Indonesia INA

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
Asian Games
2Men's Doubles M2006Doha, QAT
SemifinalMixed Doubles X2010Guangzhou, CHN
SemifinalTeam2006Doha, QAT
QuarterfinalTeam2010Guangzhou, CHN
QuarterfinalMixed Doubles X2006Doha, QAT
Last 16Men's Doubles M2010Guangzhou, CHN
Grand Slam
Last 16Men's Doubles M2010Wimbledon
Last 32Men's Doubles M2013Wimbledon
Last 32Men's Doubles M2012Wimbledon
Last 32Men's Doubles M2009Wimbledon
Last 64Men's Doubles M2013Roland Garros
Last 64Men's Doubles M2013Australian Open
Last 64Men's Doubles M2012US Open
Last 64Men's Doubles M2011Wimbledon
Last 64Men's Doubles M2011Australian Open
Last 64Men's Doubles M2008US Open
Last 64Men's Doubles M2008Wimbledon
Last 64Men's Doubles M2008Roland Garros
Last 64Men's Doubles M2008Australian Open
Last 64Men's Doubles M2007Wimbledon
ATP Race
SemifinalMen's Doubles M2013Aircel Chennai Open
SemifinalMen's Doubles M2012Thailand Open
QuarterfinalMen's Doubles M2014Claro Open Colombia
QuarterfinalMen's Doubles M2014Hall of Fame Tennis Championships
QuarterfinalMen's Doubles M2013Thailand Open
QuarterfinalMen's Doubles M2013Open 13
QuarterfinalMen's Doubles M2011Aircel Chennai Open
QuarterfinalMen's Doubles M2010Open Sud de France
Last 16Men's Doubles M2014BB&T; Atlanta Open
Last 16Men's Doubles M2013Open Sud de France
Last 16Men's Doubles M2011SA Tennis Open
Last 32Men's Doubles M2013Wimbledon
Last 32Men's Doubles M2012Wimbledon
Last 64Men's Doubles M2013Roland Garros
Last 64Men's Doubles M2013Australian Open
Last 64Men's Doubles M2012US Open
Last 64Men's Doubles M2011Wimbledon
Last 64Men's Doubles M2011Australian Open
South East Asian Games
SemifinalTeam2011Indonesia
ATP Ranking
1408Singles2014

Detailed Information

Biography
Nickname Tong (jirobkk.com, 05 Mar 2012)
Occupation Athlete
Higher education Law - Sripatum University, Bangkok, THA
Languages Spoken English, Thai
Coach Braen Aneiros [personal] (PAN) (atpworldtour.com, 02 May 2014)
Plays Right (itftennis.com, 05 Feb 2012)
Sporting / famous Relatives His twin brother Sonchat has played tennis professionally. (atpworldtour.com, 27 Aug 2014; itftennis.com, 05 Feb 2012)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
He took up tennis at age seven. (itftennis.com, 05 Feb 2012)

Reason for taking up this sport
His father introduced him to the sport. (jirobkk.com, 07 Mar 2005)

General
NATIONAL FIRST
He and his twin brother Sonchat became the first Thai tennis players to win an Association of Tennis Professionals [ATP] doubles event when they won the 2007 Thailand Open in Bangkok, Thailand. (nationmultimedia.com, 03 Oct 2007; tennislive.co.uk, 30 Sep 2007)

FIRE ESCAPE
In 2008, prior to the Challenger Series tournament in Bordeaux, France, he and his twin brother Sonchat were forced to flee from their hotel because of a fire. As they were trying to escape through the smoke, they heard the voice of the wife of Argentinian tennis player Lucas Arnold Ker, who was also still in the building with her son. The twins wrapped their heads with wet towels and led them to safety. "Maybe we helped her, but she helped us. If she didn't call us, maybe we wouldn't have found the exit. She saved our lives also. I think we were the last [people] to get out of the building." (sports.espn.go.com, 13 May 2008)

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