PV Sindhu Vs Tai Tzu-Ying, Tokyo Olympics Highlights
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PV Sindhu vs Tai Tzu-Ying, Tokyo Olympics Highlights: India's Sindhu loses semifinal, to fight for bronze

  • PV Sindhu Vs Tai Tzu-Ying Highlights: India's PV Sindhu, seeded sixth, lost Badminton Women's Singles Semifinal 18-21,12-21 in 40 minutes to second seed Tai Tzu-Ying of Chinese Taipei. Sindhu will now face China's He Bingjiao in the Bronze Medal match tomorrow, that is Sunday.
UPDATED ON JUL 31, 2021 05:01 PM IST

PV Sindhu Vs Tai Tzu-Ying Highlights: India's PV Sindhu, seeded sixth, lost Badminton Women's Singles Semifinal 18-21,12-21 in 40 minutes to second seed Tai Tzu-Ying of Chinese Taipei. Sindhu will now face He Bingjiao in the Bronze Medal match tomorrow, that is Sunday.


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  • JUL 31, 2021 04:54 PM IST

    That's it!

    Not the result we were looking and hoping for but it's all not all over yet. Sindhu still has a chance to win the Bronze Medal.

    For now, that's all we have for you from this match. Thank you so much for joining us. We will be back with the live coverage of the bronze medal match.

    Follow the rest of the action on Day 8 right here

  • JUL 31, 2021 04:46 PM IST

    What's next for Tai?

    Sunday, which is tomorrow, Tai Tzu-Ying will take on China's Chen Yufei in the Gold Medal match.

  • JUL 31, 2021 04:45 PM IST

    AND SINDHU LOSES, WILL FIGHT FOR BRONZE

    Total domination from second seed and world no.1 Tai Tzu-Ying. She started slow and trailed throughout game 1 but found her top-most rhythm towards the end. Once she won game 1, it was just one-way traffic.

    Sindhu had no answers to Tai's placements, varieties and her sumptuous crosscourt drops. Just quality from world no.1

  • JUL 31, 2021 04:24 PM IST

    GAME 2:

    [Scores read- Sindhu-Tai]

    1-1: Sindhu with a booming forehand smash past Tai's backhand side.

    2-1: Another heavy smash, this time Tai gets a racquet but it fails to cross over the net

    2-2: Clever from Tai. Draws Sindhu way forward from the deep with a forehand crosscourt drop and then followed it up with a smash down the line.

    3-2: Tai's return clips the net and falls wide.

    3-3: JUST OUT! Sindhu's forehand smash from deep court on the left whistler past Tai but it shoots long.

    4-4: SO GOOD FROM TAI! Her backhand crosscourt drops to Sindhu's left are just perfect. She wins yet another point.

    4-5: OUT FROM SINDHU! Sindhu challenges and she loses it. Her return was just wide.

    4-6: Tai sets Sindhu's rhythm off with immaculate placement and eventually, from deep court, Sindhu's down-the-line forehand smash is wide.

    4-7: Four straight points for Tai as Sindhu nets her return.

    5-7: A straight smash from Sindhu. A Sindhu trademark.

    5-8: JUST LONG! Sindhu smiles as she knows her return was just out.

    5-9: Great judgment from Tai as she leaves Sindhu's lift alone and it falls long.

    6-9: Great service return and Tai lunges forward on the backhand but her net dribbles fails to cross over.

    7-10: Once again, another error at the net from Tai.

    7-11: WELL LEFT! Sindhu's lift shoots long and Tai has a 4-point advantage at the mid-game interval.

    8-14: It's beginning to slip away from Sindhu. Once again, Tai using the angle well and is able to make every shot look easy

    8-15: Once again, a smash at Sindhu's body from the net off the backhand and Sindhu can only smash it back into the net.

    8-16: Error in judgment. Tai's lift falls inside the backline after being left alone by Sindhu

    10-17: A great drop shot on the service return from Sindhu

    10-18: Finds the backline, does Tai's lift

    11-18: Tai's drive down the line drifts wide

    12-18: Sindhu is made to dart back and forth and this time, she wins the point as Tai's lift is long

    12-21: TAI TZU-YING WINS WITH A CROSSCOURT FOREHAND SMASH

  • JUL 31, 2021 04:23 PM IST

    Intense Game 1

    Well, credit where due. Tai was trailing throughout and yet, she was happy to take it deep to pip Sindhu in Game 1. Now, Sindhu must win the next two games to make the final. Big task ahead. Let's see what happens in set 2

  • JUL 31, 2021 04:01 PM IST

    SET 1- Tai-Tzu Ying wins 21-18

    [Scores read- Sindhu-Tai]

    0-2 A good start from Tai. A drop shot to draw Sindhu forward and then a forehand drive at Sindhu's body to win the point

    1-2: The Indian is off the mark as Tai nets her return

    3-3: WHAT A POINT! The first long rally of the match. Tai's lift is returned with the forehand, crosscourt drop by Sindhu. Tai dives on the backhand side to return it but nets it

    4-3: Sindhu into the lead. A smash from Tai down the line on the forehand and Sindhu taps the shuttle into open area near the net on the other side of the court.

    5-3: Simple put away for Tai. A poor return means Tai latches onto the birdie and smashes it home.

    7-3: Tai nets her return

    8-4: Tai hits the shuttle wide and challenges. She loses her first one as the replay showed it was wide.

    8-5: Unlucky! A flat exchange at the net and Sindhu outsmarts Tai by anticipating her movement but her drive falls wide.

    9-6: LUCKY this time! A long rally ends with Sindhu's forehand down the line smash clipping the top of the net and falling over.

    9-7: Lovely follow-up from Tai. A forehand smash along the line, opens the backhand court of Sindhu and then a backhand half-smash to finish the point.

    10-8: A brilliant backhand crosscourt drop shot from the net. No chance for Sindhu there.

    11-8: Tai's forehand crosscourt lift drifts wide. Sindhu leads at the interval

    11-9: Power and placement from Tai as she reduces the deficit.

    11-10: WHAT A DROPSHOT! On the jump and from over her head, Tai plays a delightful drop and forces Sindhu with a loose return and then follows it up with a half smash that Sindhu si unable to return on her backhand

    11-11 SHE IS LEVEL, IS TAI! Error in judgment from Sindhu as she lets a lift from Tai fall inside the line.

    12-12: Following an error from Tai, Sindhu makes one of her own. An overhead crosscourt lift on the forehand drags wide of the sideline.

    12-13: Lucky for Tai but she will take it. Tai's service return grazes the net tip and falls in empty space.

    13-13: Sindhu lets out a huge roar as Tai's forehand smash rams into the net.

    14-13: A great backhand from Tai down the line and she looks to do it again but nets it instead.

    14-14: Another lovely rally and this time, Tai lunges forward and drives the ball hard at Sindhu's body. Third time today that Tai has won a point this way. Good ploy that seems to be working

    15-14: Good pace from Sindhu. Reaches the return early and guides the drop shot cross court. Tai's desperate lunge is ineffective as she nets the return.

    16-14: A cheap point for Sindhu. Tai's forehand smash down the line falls just wide of the sideline.

    16-15: GREAT DECEPTION! She tees up to smash and Sindhu stations herself deep in the court. Tai then plays a deceptive drop and Sindhu was never going to return that.

    16-16: THIS IS THE CLASS OF THE WORLD NO.1! a flurry of shots to Sindhu's backhand and then with a wild backlift, Tai pulled out a cross-court drop shot.

    17-16: This time, Tai's forehand drop ends up in the net

    17-17: HOW DID SINDHU KEEP IT GOING? Oh, wow! Sindhu was second best throughout the rally and yet, Sindhu showed great defense. Eventually, Tai smashes one at Sindhu's body from the net to win the point.

    17-18: TAI into the lead. A lucky net fall as her forehand slice clips the nettop and falls over.

    18-18: Into the corner. A brave return from Sindhu and she finds the far corner.

    18-19: This is scintillating badminton. Once again, a sumptuous drop to Sindhu' backhand and Sindhu knew Tai was going to smash it home the next point.

    18-20: Two game points for Tai as Sindhu nets her forehand

    18-21: A SMASH DOWN THE LINE AND SHE WINS GAME 1

    12-20: A forehand crosscourt drop and just one point away now.


  • JUL 31, 2021 03:59 PM IST

    SET 1- PV Sindhu Vs Tai Tzu-Ying, Tokyo Olympics- LIVE!

    AND WE ARE UNDERWAY! THE FIRST SET BEGINS

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:57 PM IST

    Sindhu wins the toss, chooses court

    Sindhu has won the toss. Has chosen the court

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:56 PM IST

    PV Sindhu Vs Tai Tzu-Ying, Tokyo Olympics- LIVE!

    Out come the players! PV Sindhu and Tai Tzu-Ying are out on the court and we are moments away from the start.

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:53 PM IST

    PV Sindhu Vs Tai Tzu-Ying, Tokyo Olympics- LIVE!

    Are you guys ready? It's finally time for the match we have been waiting for.

    The players are about to make their way out

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:50 PM IST

    SINDHU VS TAI UP NEXT

    And at last, it's finally time. Chen Yufei has won the semifinals and we will now find out who she will face in the final. Will it be Sindhu or Tai?

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:47 PM IST

    What is at stake for Tai Tzu-Ying?

    The Chinese Taipei shuttler is in the semifinals of the Olympics for the first time. Hence, she has a chance to make her first-ever Olympic final

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:41 PM IST

    What is at stake for Sindhu?

    Sindhu has a chance to reach successive finals of the women's singles event at the Olympics.

    Let's not forget that this is only her second Olympics.

    What a player Sindhu has become

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:38 PM IST

    PV Sindhu Vs Tai Tzu-Ying- DID YOU KNOW?

    DID YOU KNOW that this will be the second time that Sindu and Tai Tzu-Ying will face each other at the Olympics.

    At 2016 Rio Olympics, Sindhu and Tai met in the pre-quarterfinal stage, where the Indian emerged triumphant 21-13, 21-15 in 40 minutes.

    The question is: Can she repeat the feat 5 years later?

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:34 PM IST

    11-5 to Chen in Decider, moments away from Sindhu's match

    Faster your seat belts, folks, because Sindhu and Tai Tzu will soon make their way out to the centre for the second women's singles semifinal.

    After trading the first two games, China's Chen leads China's Be 11-5 in the third and deciding game.

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:33 PM IST

    Tai's record at World Tour Finals

    2020- GOLD (WS)

    2019- SILVER (WS)

    2018-1st Round (WS)

    2017-1st Round (WS)

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:26 PM IST

    Sindhu's record at World Tour Finals

    2020- 1st Round (WS)

    2019- 1st Round (WS)

    2018- GOLD (WS)

    2017- SILVER (WS)

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:22 PM IST

    ONE MORE GAME AND THEN, PV Sindhu Vs Tai Tzu-Ying

    Right then. It's just a matter of one game before the mega clash between Sindhu and world no.1 Tai Tzu-Ying

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:20 PM IST

    SEMIFINAL 1- WE GOING TO A DECIDER

    He Bingjiao wins the second game 21-13 against Chen Yufei.


  • JUL 31, 2021 03:17 PM IST

    Sindhu's World Championships Record

    2019- GOLD

    2018- SILVER

    2017- SILVER

    2014- THIRD

    2013-THIRD

    2015- Quarterfinals

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:12 PM IST

    Tai's Asian Championships Record

    2018- GOLD (WS)

    2017- GOLD (WS)

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:11 PM IST

    Sindhu's Asian Championships Record

    2019-Quarterfinal finish (WS)

    2018- Quarterfinal finish (WS)

    2017- Quarterfinal finish

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:09 PM IST

    Coming up very soon: PV Sindhu Vs Tai Tzu-Ying, Tokyo Olympics- LIVE!

    We are awaiting the completion of the ongoing women's singles semifinal between Chen Yufei and He Bingjiao. Since it is also happening on Court 1, where Sindhu will play, we must wait for this game to finish.

    Chen won the first game but trails 6-12 in the second game.

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:05 PM IST

    Sindhu's Asian Games record

    Women's Singles 2018- GOLD

    Women's Team 2018- Quarterfinal

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:03 PM IST

    Sindhu's Asian Games record

    Women's Singles- Silver Medal in 2018

    Quarterfinal in doubles in 2018

  • JUL 31, 2021 03:02 PM IST

    GAME 1 OF SEMIFINAL 1

    In Game 1 of semifinal between Chinese shuttlers Chen Yufei and He Bingjiao, Chen has taken a 1-0 lead by winning it 21-16.

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:56 PM IST

    A look at Tai's career in numbers

    Career wins (Singles + Doubles+Mixed Doubles)- 409

    Singles Career record (win-loss)- 406-152

    2021 singles record (win-loss): 12-3

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:55 PM IST

    A look at Sindhu's career in numbers

    Career wins (Singles + Doubles+Mixed Doubles)- 359

    Singles Career record (win-loss)- 344-148

    2021 singles record (win-loss): 10-6

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:49 PM IST

    What's happening in the other women's semifinal?

    The first women's semifinal is currently underway, where both shuttlers are from China.

    Chen Yufei is playing He Bingjiao.

    As I type, Set 1 score is 11-16 to Chen

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:46 PM IST

    PV Sindhu at World Championships

    Best Finish- Quarterfinals finish in 2019, 2018, 2015, 2014, 2013

    The current world no.1 has not gone past the quarterfinals stage yet in the world championships.

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:45 PM IST

    PV Sindhu at World Championships

    Best finish- Winner in 2019

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:43 PM IST

    Tai Tzu-Ying at the Olympics

    London 2012-Round of 16 finish

    Rio 2016- Round of 16 finish

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:42 PM IST

    Sindhu at the Olympics

    Rio 2016- Silver Medal finish

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:37 PM IST

    PV Sindhu Vs Tai Tzu-Ying, Tokyo Olympics- LIVE!

    LAST MEETING:


    PV Sindhu took on Tai Tzu Ying in the 2020 BWF World Tour Finals. Sindhu lost 21-19, 12-21, 17-21 in the group fixture.

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:35 PM IST

    Where will the match take place 1?

    The match will take place at Court 1 of the Musashino Forest Sport Plaza in Tokyo.

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:31 PM IST

    Road to final- Tai Tzu-Ying continued

    Round of 16- BYE

    Quarterfinals-Beats Ratchanok Intanon 14-21, 21-18,21-18

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:21 PM IST

    Road to the final- Tai Tzu Ying

    Group P match 1- beat Switzerland's Sabrina Jaquet 21-7,21-13

    Group P match 2- beat Nguyen Thuy Linh 21-16,21-11

    Group P match 3- beat France's Qi Xuefei 21-10,21-1

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:17 PM IST

    Road to the final- Sindhu

    Group J Match 1- beat Israe's Ksenia Polikarpov 21-7,21-10

    Group J Match 2-beat Cheung Ngan Yi 21-9,21-16

    Round of 16- beat Great Denmark's Mia Blichfeldt 21-15, 21-13

    Quarterfinals- beat Akane Yamaguchi 21-13, 22-20

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:07 PM IST

    PV Sindhu Vs Tai Tzu-Ying, Tokyo Olympics- LIVE!

    Last 5 meetings:

    World Tour finals 2020- Group Stage: Tai beat Sindhu 19-21,21-12,2-17

    Malaysia Masters 2020: Tai beat Sindhu 21-16,21-16

    French Open 2019: Tai beat Sindhu 21-16, 24-26,21-17

    World Championships 2019: Sindhu beat Tai 12-21,23-21,21-19

    World Tour Finals 2018: Sindhu beat Tai 14-21, 21-16,21-18

  • JUL 31, 2021 02:01 PM IST

    Head-to-Head battle

    World No.7 Sindhu and World No.1 Tai Tzu-Ying have played each other 18 times so far.

    Sindhu wins- 5

    Tai Tzu wins-13

  • JUL 31, 2021 01:57 PM IST

    The stage is set

    Well...well...the arch rivals, as they have become in the past, meet again and this time, at the biggest stage of them all, the Olympics semifinals.

  • JUL 31, 2021 12:56 PM IST

    PV Sindhu Vs Tai Tzu-Ying, Tokyo Olympics- LIVE!

    Hello and Welcome to the Badminton Women's Singles semifinal match between PV Sindhu Vs Tai Tzu-Ying at the Tokyo Olympics. India's lone shuttler in the badminton fray goes into this encounter carrying a billion hopes of winning India another medal. However, she must overcome a massive hurdle in Chinese Taipei's Tai Tzu-Ying, who has become a fierce rival in the recent past. The question is, can the 2016 Rio silver medallist, Sindhu, overpower the second seed and world No.1 in Tai and storm to the final and assure the Indian contingent of another medal?

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