I don't know what's up with Ajcharaporn, but she doesn't seem to be in shape or form at all. She needs to get back to her 2016-17 figure again. She isn't fat, but just doesn't look as fit as then. Not only that, she doesn't jump or seem as explosive either anymore. Although during 2018 WCh, she wasn't as fit either, she stilled played well during that time. So if she does get to play in Japan next season, I think that will be a great thing. Japan just seem to have a way better training system both at club and NT level and work ethic that really develops players to become overall better. Just take for example, Thatdao and the other Thais that have played in Japan before.
I haven't seen a lot of Ajcharaporn over the last year or more but I remember thinking she didn't necessarily look out of shape, but had maybe lost a little of the enthusiasm I was used to seeing from her.
It's sort of an inside joke from me (that I'm not really joking about) to say Himeji is the future of the Japan V.League, and since I'm quite fond of Ajcharaporn and the way she plays I really want to believe there is some whiff of truth to the rumor. Although I'm not sure it's even at the level of a rumor yet.
I was quite surprised when this latest season started in Japan after the corona wreck (as they call it) that Japanese players were across the board fit and ready to rumble. Many in better shape than I have ever seen them. There may not have been the same facility in Thailand so Ajcharaporn better hurry and get up to speed if she wants to be part of the future of the JV.League