Inspired by Chart Pattana Puea Pandin core member Suwat Liptapanlop, who is the Lawn Tennis Association of Thailand president, former professional tennis player Paradorn Srichaphan plans to run for a seat in Thailand’s Parliament.
The 31-year-old who retired from tennis last year announced his plans on April 11th to contest in a constituency in Bangkok in the upcoming general election.
I suppose that after retiring from playing tennis, Paradorn wanted to rake in the really big money by being a Thai politician. But there’s many good things that can be said about Paradorn.
First of all he did divorce his hottie wife, Miss Universe 2005 Natalie Glebova.
Plus, Paradorn was a very great tennis player. Ranked as high as the Number 9 best tennis player in the world, Paradorn “owned” the court.
Below is an example of how Paradorn could use his skills to get out of trouble on the court.
As opposed to current Thai politician, Abhisit Vejjajiva, who also “owns” the court.
Below is an example of how Abhisit can use his skills to get out of trouble from the court.
Yes, that’s Democrat MP for Ranong province Virach Romyen, in his capacity as legal representative of the Democrats meeting with the Secretary-General of the Constitution Court at a restaurant in order to prepare the Election Commission testimony to be positive in a legal aspect so that their party is not dissolved. This comes after the serious consulting with Prem and Constitution Court judges as from the facts. Facts that clearly show the Constitutional Court judges as being corrupt and biased.
Speaking of Prem and other news from Thailand, I saw this headline: Thailand Seizes 2,000 Monitor Lizards.