Tokyo,31/7:India’s badminton star PV Sindhu lost in the semi-finals of the Badminton Singles (Tokyo Olympics, Badminton) at the Tokyo Olympics. Chinese Taipei player Tai Tzu Ying defeated her in straight games. Sindhu lost the first game 18-21. In the second game, Tai Tzu increased the pressure on PV Sindhu (PV Sindhu vs Tai Tzu-Ying) and easily won the second game 21-12 to make it to the final. Let us tell you that PV Sindhu made a slow start in the match. Tai Tzu Ying had taken an 8-4 lead at one point in the first game, but after that Sindhu made a strong comeback to lead 11-8, but in the end the world No. 1 player showed her drop shots in the first game. Made his name from 21-18.
Sindhu was ahead at the start of the second game but Tai Tzu made the score 4-4 with a fine drop shot to take a 7-4 lead with four consecutive points. The Indian made a good effort from his side but Tai Tzu smacked him a lot on the court and put Sindhu under pressure by taking an 11-7 lead till the interval. Tai Tzu continued to dominate even after this. Sindhu scored 8-13 with a smashing but Tai Tzu scored three consecutive points and then won the match on the first of eight match points.
Let us tell you that the world’s number one player Tai Tzu was considered to be the biggest challenge of PV Sindhu. Because before this match, she had defeated Sindhu in 13 matches and she was defeated in just 7 matches. Sindhu had lost to Tai Tzu in the last three matches. However, Sindhu was successful in defeating the Taiwanese shuttler in major tournaments such as the 2016 Rio Olympics, the 2019 World Championship and the 2018 World Tour Finals. However, Sindhu could not do so in Tokyo and got her fourth consecutive defeat against Tai Tzu.