LONDON, July 1, 2011 (AFP) - Rafael Nadal takes an 11-4 winning record into his Wimbledon semi-final against Andy Murray, but insists history will count for nothing in Friday's Centre Court blockbuster.
All England Club, LondonDate: 20 June-3 JulyCoverage: Live on BBC One, Two, 3D, HD, Red Button, online (UK only), Radio 5 live, 5 live sports extra; live text commentary from 0900 BST on BBC Sport website (#bbctennis); watch again on iPlayer
Palestine will go through to second round of Asian qualifying for the 2012 Olympics, after Thai team was eliminated for fielding an ineligible player.
Air Sports Association of Thailand together with other airlines have organised a sports exposition in celebration of His Majesty’s 84th birthday
DAPHNE, Ala. – United States Sports Academy National Faculty member, Mr. Robert (Bo) Myers, will travel to Thailand from 23-27 May to teach a seminar in Sports Medicine, in conjunction with the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT). The course is the third in a six-part series to be hosted by the SAT for the Academy’s International Certification in Sports Coaching (ICSC) program.
Event helps raise awareness for HRH Princess Bajraktiyaknha's Kamlangjai Charity Project
Pattaya, 26th March 2011[PDN]: Pattaya hosted the MMA tournament; it was the first mixed martial arts tournament in Thailand.
World Champions, Asian Champions and Thailand Champions to compete. Sailors from around Asia raise the competitive bar.
Thailand's business world come together to battle it out at the Thailand Finals of the World Corporate Golf Challenge 126 senior business people competed at Thailand Finals. Team Inzentive crowned Thailand Champions.
Russian Karate Champ Sergei Plehanov in Action. A small piece of mixed martial arts history will be made this Saturday when ‘MMA the Beginning’, Thailand’s first ever dedicated mixed martial arts show, takes place in Pattaya.
WELLINGTON, March 10 (Reuters) - Lancaster Park, one of the main venues for this year's rugby World Cup, needs major work after the Christchurch earthquake but should be ready for the tournament, the city's mayor Bob Parker said on Thursday.
The “Queen’s Cup” Pink (ladies) Polo took place to raise funds for breast cancer and they also provided a wide variety of entertainment for the whole family through the whole fun filled afternoon. The “Regis Hotel Group” were the main sponsors and even fielded their own Polo team, who came close to winning, but were beaten by the “Thai Polo” team in the last minute of the final round.
PATTAYA, Feb 20 - Yani Tseng of Taiwan scored a sizzling final round six-under-par 66 on Sunday to capture the Honda LPGA Thailand by five shots and easily defend the world No. 1 ranking she secured for the first time in her career last week.
PATTAYA, Feb 18 — In-kyung Kim of South Korea birdied her final hole to card a 1-over 73 and hold onto the lead by a stroke over Michelle Wie and Yani Tseng midway through the LPGA Thailand on Friday.
South Korean Kim Inkyung kicked off the new season in dazzling fashion with a sensational 63 to grab a three-stroke lead in the opening round of the Honda LPGA Thailand yesterday
The Thai Polo & Equestrian Club together with many big sponsors plus the Pattaya Cultural Society hosted the 2011 Anniversary Polo Cup at the idyllic Pattaya Polo Club. It turned out to be a thrilling finish that saw the English National Team turn the tables on their Malaysian Polo Team rivals and win in the final minutes of the last “chukka” (round).
“Honda LPGA Thailand 2011” returns to Siam Country Club Pattaya Old Course Honda and Channel 7 confirms the date 17-20 February 2011 for Thailand’s premier Ladies Golf Tournament.
Daniela Hantuchova of Slovakia secured her first WTA title since 2007cruising to a convincing 6 – 0, 6 – 2 victory over Sara Errani of Italy in just one hour and 16 minutes.
It was a great match, and it could so easily have resulted in an upset. As it was, top seed and defending champion Vera Zvonareva survived a two hour 27-minute marathon to claim a 6-4 4-6 6-4 win over sixth seeded Shuai Peng from China.
Lightning was never going to strike twice in the same place, after Wednesday’s stunning upset of third seed Maria Kirilenko by 560th ranked Galina Voskoboeva. But it tried, when top seed and two-time defending champion Vera Zvonareva faced Thai qualifier Nungnadda Wannasuk, ranked 475.