Sindhu loses to Tai in Hong Kong Open final

Sindhu loses to Tai in Hong Kong Open final

Sindhu loses to Tai in Hong Kong Open final

But Tai's powerful smashes helped her win the first game. She is one of the two Indian badminton players to ever win an Olympic medal - other being Saina Nehwal.

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The Rio Olympics silver medallist will face Ratchanok Intanon in the last-four round. And she almost delivered too, despite struggles with strings, drift and referrals.

She did gain a lead on Ying, but it was short lived, and even after giving a very good defense, she was unable to take back the game. But a string of errors and a flawless display by Tai lead to Sindhu losing 5 straight points and the match itself. Sindhu then started to dominate the rallies by using her deep clears and drew the Taiwanese close to the net.

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The Thai constructed another post with an angled shot to draw Sindhu near the court and then produced a victor on her backhand. Sindhu tried to battle it out later in the game and managed to level the score at 18-18.

The duo moved to 7-7 before Tai Tzu hit wide and lost a referral too. But Tai's clever returns gave her a three-point advantage at the break. Tai Tzu stamped her authority by playing ruthless and aggressive badminton, making the most of acute angles. Dictating the pace of the game, Tai Tzu grabbed six points in a row to sit at a 18-12 advantage.

In the second game, Sindhu fell behind early but fought back to 4-4 and 7-7.

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