Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Thailand Open 2022: Tai Tzu Ying beat Chen Yufei to WIN Women’s Singles, Lee Zil Jia wins Men’s Singles: Follow LIVE Updates

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Thailand Open 2022 – Tai Tzu Ying, Lee Zil Jia WINS TITLES: Indian challenge ended at Thailand Open on Saturday. Today on the day of FINALS Tai Tzu Ying & Lee Zil Zia won the Women & Men’s Singles Titles respectively: Follow World Badminton live updates with InsideSport.IN

In the women singles finals, Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei defeated Olympic Champion Chen Yufei of China.

Tai Tzu won in tough 3 setter by 21-15, 17-21, 21-12 and avenged her loss at the hands of Yufei in FINALS. 

The Men’s Singles turned out to be a heart-stopped. Lee Zil Zia of Malaysia displayed amazing fightback to beat Li Shi Feng of China.

Zil Zil lost the 1st Game 17-21. But showed tremendous grit, determination and strokeplay to win the next two by 21-11, 23-21.

Thailand Open 2022: Tai Tzu Ying beat Chen Yufei to WIN Women’s Singles, Lee Zil Jia wins Men’s Singles: Follow LIVE Updates

Thailand Open Finals on Sunday – Finals in Progress

  • Men’s Singles Finals: Lee Zil Zia (MAL) BEAT Li Shi Feng (China) –17-21, 21-11, 23-21
  • Women Singles Finals: Chen Yufei (China) lost to Tai Tzu Ying (TPE) 15-21, 21-17, 12-21

Also Read: Thailand Open Badminton Quarterfinals LIVE: PV Sindhu seals SEMIFINAL berth, beats Akane Yamugachi 21-15, 20-22, 21-13 in thriller

Thailand Open Semifinals LIVE: Heartbreak for Sindhu! Indian ace falls to defeat against Olympic Champion Chen YuFei, loses 21-17, 21-16

Indian Challenge Ends – Sindhu lose to Chen YuFei: Earlier on Saturday, PV Sindhu’s campaign at the Thailand Open ended in heartbreak.

The Indian badminton ace fell short in the semifinals against Olympic champion Chen YuFei.

The World No. 4 was in imperious form as Sindhu had no respite, eventually losing in straight games, 21-17, 21-16.

PV Sindhu and India’s campaign at the Thailand Open came to a close on Saturday as the Indian badminton ace fell short in the semifinals in Bangkok. Facing Olympic champion and World No. 4 Chen YuFei, Sindhu conceded defeat in a hard fought game. YuFei will now the face of second semifinal between Tai Tzu Ying and Ratchanok Intanon.

The Olympic champion was at her very best as she kept Sindhu at bay in the first game racing to an early lead. Sindhu, who has two titles to her name this year, did rally late but the damage was already done as YuFei sealed the game 21-17.

Sindhu, fighting for survival took advantage in game 2 taking an early lead. The Indian ace lead heading into the break but YuFei turned things around as Sindhu lost her grip on the game, conceding game 2 21-16.

The result will particularly hurt Sindhu, who had knocked out World No. 1 Akane Yamaguchi in the quarter finals. Currently ranked 7th, Sindhu also had a chance to improve on her world ranking and add another title to her bag, and will hope to bounce back at the Indonesia Masters next month.

Thailand Open Badminton LIVE: Sindhu enters quarterfinals, defeats Sim Yu-jin in straight sets, Srikanth withdraws from second round, Malvika Bansod loses - Follow LIVE updates
Thailand Open Badminton Semifinals LIVE: PV Sindhu aims for final spot after Big win, faces World No.4 Chen Yu Fei – Follow Sindhu vs Yu Fei LIVE Update

Thailand Open 2022 Prize Money: 

The total prize money for the tournament is US$140,000. Singles winners will get $10,500, while Doubles champions will get a total of $11,060.

The total prize money for the tournament is US$360,000. Singles winners will get $27,000 while Doubles champions will get a total of $28,440. 

Event Winner Finalist Semi-finals Quarter-finals Last 16
Singles $27,000 $13,680 $5,220 $2,160 $1,260
Doubles $28,440 $13,680 $5,040 $2,610 $1,350

 

Thailand Open Finals on Sunday – Finals in Progress

  • Men’s Singles Finals: Lee Zil Zia (MAL) BEAT Li Shi Feng (China) –17-21, 21-11, 23-21
  • Women Singles Finals: Chen Yufei (China) lost to Tai Tzu Ying (TPE) 15-21, 21-17, 12-21

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