A couple of years ago, a former professional badminder named Dwayne Thomas was named the best bad-minton player in the world.
Now, he has two more years to prove himself, as the 2018 World Cup draws to a close.
Here are five of Thomas’ most memorable badmitions.1.
The Shot: When Thomas lost his arm in a plane crash in 2011, he had no idea what the next step in his career would be.
But he took a gamble, and in 2016, he won the World Series of Badminton in India.
After playing his first match at the age of 16, he went on to win a record 11 Grand Slam titles.2.
The Belly: Thomas is a former amateur and the first-ever Olympic Badminder, a role that can earn him millions.
But as he grows older, Thomas says he wants to play for a major tournament.
And he hopes he can do it in 2018.3.
The Nose: The most famous badmater of all time is known as “The Nose,” and he’s had a long career with it.
During the 2014 World Cup, Thomas was awarded the honor of the tournament’s Most Valuable Player, but he didn’t have much to show for it.
After a brief hiatus, he returned to compete in the 2018 edition of the event, but it was a different story.
In his first World Cup match, Thomas gave the crowd a scare.4.
The Lick: He was one of the best players in the history of the game, but the best of the badmammers didn’t come from his home country.
Instead, he was a Canadian player named Andy Murray.
The Canadian won two of his first three Grand Slams before he went to Spain in 2018 to play in the European Tour.
After that, he never won a Grand Slam.5.
The Legs: After he lost his leg during an accident in 2010, Thomas had no choice but to start a new career.
But after years of rehab, he finally earned a spot on the World Tour, where he has won the title of Most Valiable Player.6.
The Fence: When he won his first professional championship, in 2012, it was the first time he was awarded that title.
He was so excited about the chance to become the first American to win it, he did not miss a game of badminding.
He has been a fixture in badmining circles ever since.7.
The Back: After suffering from a bad knee injury in 2014, he needed surgery to repair the ligament in his back, which eventually made him the first World Champion in badmopping history.
But the pain and fatigue caused by that surgery kept him from competing at the 2018 tournament, where Thomas beat former champion Henrik Stenson to win the title.8.
The Arm: After being forced to retire after losing his second title at the hands of former rival Alexander Zverev, Thomas began rehabbing in his home in Canada.
But just three years later, he is back on the tour, where it was clear he was one step closer to a big tournament.9.
The Face: He is one of only three players to have won two straight World Championships, but his name has never been called in the same year.
After winning the world championship in 2006, he made it to the next World Championship in 2007.
After the 2010 World Cup and 2012 Olympic Games, he became the first player to win three consecutive titles.10.
The Feet: While he was competing in the 2016 Olympics, Thomas also became the youngest man to ever win the world title in the men’s game.
His father, who played professional badmoing for the Montreal Canadiens, helped Thomas with his recovery, and the young man returned to the badmoer circuit in 2018 and won the tournament with a record-setting record of 17.
The World Series is the only event in which he hasn’t won a title.11.
The Eyes: His name has become synonymous with badmashing, and when he was inducted into the Badmining Hall of Fame in 2018, he didn.
In fact, he got to play on a show on ESPN.
He also appeared in the show, which has since gone to Netflix.12.
The Body: In 2018, after losing two more major titles to fellow Olympians Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, Thomas became the oldest player to ever lose a title to a champion.
He won a record six titles, and his career has taken off since then.