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Tokyo Olympics 2020: PV Sindhu’s dream of winning a gold medal is shattered, world number-1 Tai Tzu Ying defeated in the semi-finals

PV Sindhu had won a silver medal in Rio Olympics-2016 and this time also she reached Tokyo Olympics-2020 as a strong contender for the medal medal.

PV Sindhu lost in the semi-finals of Tokyo Olympics-2020.

India’s star female badminton player PV Sindhu, the silver medalist of Rio Olympics-2016, has lost in the Tokyo Olympics-2020 on Saturday. World champion Sindhu was defeated in straight games by her tough rival Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei in the second semi-final of the women’s singles category. World No. 1 Chinese Taipei player won this match in a tough match -21-18, 21-12 and made it to the final. Tai Tzu will face Chen Yu Fei of China in the final. On the other hand, Sindhu will now play the bronze medal match.

Sindhu competed a lot in this match. The match between the two was very exciting and tough, but after the initial success, Sindhu kept getting caught in the player’s strategy of Chinese Taipei. The Chinese Taipei player made Sindhu dance a lot on the court and scored points against her through her dispersion. Sindhu could only dominate Tai Tzu in the opening moments of the first game but after that the Chinese Taipei player responded well to Sindhu’s strategy and got the momentum to make mistakes from Sindhu and forced her to lose.

first game like this

Even before this match, Tai Tzu’s edge was heavy on Sindhu. She was heavy on Sindhu by 13-5. In the first game, Sindhu dominated her opposition in the early moments but after the break, Tai Tzu showed a wonderful game to win the first game.
Tai Tzu made a strong start with two consecutive points. Sindhu again took a 5-2 lead. Meanwhile, Tai Tzu picked up some points but most of them were due to Sindhu’s fault, although some good shots were also made by Tai Tzu which made Sindhu look upset. His shots were successful in bridging the gap of points. The Chinese Taipei player had made the score 8-10 but Sindhu again cleverly took a point and went on to lead 11-8 in the break.

After returning from the break, Tai Tzu leveled the score at 11-11. From here there was a great fight between the two. If one player had gone ahead, the other would have equalized immediately. Scores 12-12, 13-13, 14-14 Then Sindhu tried to take a lead of 16-14, but the Chinese Taipei player leveled the score with two points. The score was level at 18-18 and then from here Tai Tzu won the first game with three consecutive points.

Tai Tzu dominated the second game

In the second game, Tai Tzu took the first point. The match was getting tight like in the first game but Sindhu, however, seemed to be stuck in Tai Tzu’s strategy somewhere. Soon Tai Tzu was ahead of 8-5. In the second game, Tai Tzu took an 11-7 lead. In the second game, Tai Tzu used his variations brilliantly to put pressure on Sindhu to collect points. From here Tai Tzu did not give Sindhu a chance to return and making the game easily her name, she made it to the final.

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