Tai Tzu Ying : Quarantine Time


Tai Tzu Ying after winning her third All England title (Photo : Badmintonphoto)

~~~Update March 24th 2020~~~

This thread is for the news from Taiwanese media about covid-19 which involved Tai Tzu Ying. As you known, after returning from UK last week, Tai Tzu Ying is now on home quarantines for 14 days. Hope everything will be ok. Stay health Ying, and stay health Ying’s fans!

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My Thought On Olympic Postponement

By : DeeTree

CHOFU, JAPAN – JULY 26: Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei competes in the Women’s Singles Quarterfinal match against Michelle Li of Canada on day four of the Daihatsu Yonex Japan Open Badminton Championships, Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games test event at Musashino Forest Sport Plaza on July 26, 2019 in Chofu, Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Matt Roberts/Getty Images)

A few days ago, IOC (International Olympic Committee) finally decided to postpone the Tokyo Olympic 2020 due to Covid-19 outbreak (originally the start date was on July 24th 2020).

I think this is the best for everyone, because in this kind of situation, we really can do nothing about that. Health and safety are the priorities. So I completely agree with this decision to postpone the Olympic.

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It’s All Clear In The Taiwanese Badminton Camp

PETALING JAYA: The Taiwanese badminton camp can heave a huge sigh of relief.

All their 33 members, including star players Chou Tien-chen and Tai Tzu-ying, have not been infected by the Covid-19 virus, according to media reports in Taiwan yesterday.

The Taiwan BA announced that the tests conducted on the 33 members came out negative.

There were concerns earlier as the entire team had been in close contact with a youth member who had tested positive last Friday.

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From All-England To All In Taiwan Team Quarantined

Success to savour: Taiwan’s Tai Tzu Ying reacting after beating China’s Chen Yufei to win the All-England women’s singles title. — AFP

PETALING JAYA: Reigning All-England women’s singles champion Tai Tzu-ying has been floored by a teenager. The shuttler is in quarantine after a young team member was tested positive for Covid-19, sparking concerns at all other participating teams.

The All-England that ended on March 11 at Arena Biringham went on as scheduled, despite calls by players for the Badminton World Federation (BWF) to have it postponed.

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Tai Tzu Ying Hailed As Taiwan’s World No. 1 Quarantines

The Badminton World Federation (BWF) hailed Taiwan’s Tai Tzu-ying after her win at the All England Open Badminton Championships with a video montage on Facebook as the shuttler began 14 days of self-quarantine on her return to Taiwan.

The BWF Facebook group released the video on Friday, saying: “She is terrific, she is tenacious, she is the queen. All hail Queen Tai,” lauding her third All England title after her 21-19, 21-15 victory over top seed and then-world No. 1 Chen Yufei of China in in Birmingham on Sunday.

Tai on Wednesday posted a photograph of herself onboard an EVA Airways flight to Taiwan wearing a mask and saying how nice it was to return to the place she is familiar with.

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Tai Tzu Ying : All England and Sweet Revenges

By : Yrist

Tai Tzu Ying on the Top Podium at The All England 2017 (Photo : Gettyimages)

At the All England Open Badminton Championship 2020, Tai Tzu Ying began her campaign against the younger players in the first three rounds. Her performance is getting better each rounds. But the real challenge for her is in the semifinal. In the semifinal, she plays against the 2015 All England Champion, Carolina Marin.

Unlike in the semifinal of 2015 All England (their only meeting at this championship), this time it is Tai Tzu Ying who get better of her opponent, Carolina Marin. This revenge feels very special not just because she will through to the final. But, it means she will contest at the All England finals for 4th consecutive years, emulating one of women’s singles legend from China, Ye Zhao Ying.

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Sparring Partner of Taiwanese Players At All England Tests Positive

All England Open women’s singles champion, Tai Tzu Ying of Taiwan, is now in quarantine. (Reuters Photo)

Danish shuttler Hans-Kristian Vittinghus who had drawn the badminton world’s attention to exposure risks to top players and spectators at the All England Championships last week prompting suspension of tournaments, on Friday pointed to another glum piece of news, to show that the Birmingham meet might’ve posed a grave risk.

While officials did not confirm the athlete or the sport, the European itinerary in a Taiwanese news update, exactly matched the description of a suspected teenaged sparring partner of the Chinese Taipei squad that played at All England. This included finalists Tai Tzu Ying and Chou Tien Chen.

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