A Facebook post shared by Taiwanese badminton ace Tai Tzu Ying received the most likes of any post shared by an Olympian during the two-week international sporting event in Tokyo.Continue reading
Following the heartbreaking loss in the gold medal match, The Taiwanese badminton queen, Tai Tzu Ying shared a touching moment she had with an Indian fellow player, PV Sindhu.Continue reading
In a ferocious back and forth battle, Taiwanese the world number one fell short of her quest for Olympic gold in the women’s badminton singles finals in Tokyo.Continue reading
The Tai Tzu Ying symphony did not miss a beat today as her eclectic skills proved too hard for Pusarla V. Sindhu to overcome, and the world No.1 took the penultimate step for the biggest prize of all.Continue reading
The World No. 1 Tai Tzu Ying took a major step toward gold Friday (July 30) by beating her veteran rival Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand in the quarterfinals at Tokyo Olympics 2020.Continue reading
The world number one, Tai Tzu Ying bought a new home in Zouying District. Her dad, Tai Nan Kai revealed that Tai Tzu Ying wanted to let her grandma doesn’t have to climb the stairs at home. She saves her bonus to buy this apartment with elevator, and she will move to live in the near future.Continue reading
The true test now begins for Taiwan’s top-ranked badminton star Tai Tzu Ying (戴資潁) at the Tokyo Olympics.
Tai Tzu Ying clinched a spot in the final eight of the Olympic badminton women’s singles Wednesday after completing a sweep of her preliminary round group matches with a comfortable 21-10, 21-13 victory over Chinese-born French player Qi Xuefei (齊雪霏).Continue reading
Tai Tzu Ying beat Nguyen Thuy Linh of Vietnam 21-16, and 21-11 in her second match in group P. You can read the article here!
Tai Tzu Ying will play against Qi Xuefei of France on Wednesday, July 28th. Her match is scheduled as the first match on court 2 at 9.00 am Japanese time (GMT + 9). Let cheer for our Queen tomorrow!Continue reading
Taiwanese badminton player Tai Tzu Ying yesterday tried to coast through her second group match at the Olympic Games, but got a bit of a scare against a Vietnamese ranked 49th in the world before righting the ship and prevailing.Continue reading