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    Default Singapore Open 2010 unveils a raw diamond

    Perhaps the best non-China youth to come after Saina Nehwal is arguably the fresh-faced Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipeh.

    It seems out of nowhere then suddenly Tai appears in Singapore to astound many of the best women singles players in the Singapore Open. I did not pay much attention to her in the earlier rounds as she seemed relatively slow in her movements for one so young. In addition she revelled in her high serves, quite a departure from the more popular low service.

    But as the competition progressed this young lady of grit and determination began to show her true colours. And one by one, her opponents fell by the wayside. Her only stumbling block in the final was none other than Saina herself, who defeated both Lu Lan (SF) and newcomer Li Xuerui (QF) that China had on offer.

    I'm sure many eyes will be upon this raw gem from Taiwan and watch her progress closely.

    Some pictures of Tai during the QF when she defeated Linda Zechiri of Bulgaria 21-10, 16-21, 21-15.
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    Default The Lady with a shy smile

    Tai Tzu Ying has a shy smile, but she can yell out loud when she wins a difficult point and she can also clench her fist seemingly in defiance!

    Her action in the semi-finals of the Singapore Open 2010 when she shocked the more experienced Bae Youn Joo of Korea 21-16, 21-18.
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    Default Tai met her nemesis in the final

    Nobody expected Tai to go this far but her doggedness prevailed to surprise even the most difficult cynic.

    But her final opponent is no mean competitor herself as she has travelled a much more difficult road than Tai and succeeded. The perilous road to the Great Wall of China has toughened Saina all these years and now even China considers her a danger to its own success in international badminton. So, inevitably Tai had not much of a chance against Saina and she lost gamely, 18-21, 15-21.

    Will Tai be added to the very small pool of women players who can stand up to the Chinese? Time will tell but we most certainly wish her well.

    BTW, can you identify the handsome BC member in one of the pictures. Please don't be jealous limsy.
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    thanks uncle loh for the great effort!

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    6th picture from the bottom, i'm sure limsy can spot that BC member..

    Tai TY seems to be given plenty of exposure in higher level tourneys this yr. Let's see if she can capitalize that experience in toppling that back-to-back WJC WS winner next yr..

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    haha
    yeah
    i can recognize him
    the bcer who hold the fastest smash record in bc

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    Hello guys,
    I'm from Kaohsiung Taiwan, Tzu Ying's home town, one of her fans.
    Tzu Ying is really a aggressive badminton player.
    Hope to see her in London 2012 Olympic game.
    I also know her elder sister who plays badminton as well.
    Although she not play well as Tzu Ying does, she is a charming young girl
    with the dimples when she smiles.*^.^*

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    welcome to the forum
    what her sister name?age?

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    [QUOTE=djflyer;1483200]Hello guys,
    I'm from Kaohsiung Taiwan, Tzu Ying's home town, one of her fans.
    Tzu Ying is really a aggressive badminton player.
    Hope to see her in London 2012 Olympic game.
    I also know her elder sister who plays badminton as well.
    Although she not play well as Tzu Ying does, she is a charming young girl
    with the dimples when she smiles.*^.^*


    HI djflyer,

    Nice to have you on board.

    As someone so close to Tzu Ying (at least geographically), do tell us more about her, what she's doing now - studying or full-time training as a professional, her past achievements in badminton, her training schedule, the competitions that she is likely to participate in and her badminton ambitions of course. This is the first time that I saw her in Singapore.

    I hope you can also refer her to this thread so that she could see herself in action (pics).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    HI djflyer,

    Nice to have you on board.

    As someone so close to Tzu Ying (at least geographically), do tell us more about her, what she's doing now - studying or full-time training as a professional, her past achievements in badminton, her training schedule, the competitions that she is likely to participate in and her badminton ambitions of course. This is the first time that I saw her in Singapore.

    I hope you can also refer her to this thread so that she could see herself in action (pics).
    yeah
    we can only search for international tournament result such posted in 1st post in this thread
    we would like to know how she fare in local tournament
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    welcome to the forum
    what her sister name?age?
    Her name is Tai Ching Chieh and is around eighteen.
    She is a freshman in Taipei Physical Education College
    after this summer vacation.
    Most of her competitions are in Taiwan so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djflyer View Post
    Her name is Tai Ching Chieh and is around eighteen.
    She is a freshman in Taipei Physical Education College
    after this summer vacation.
    Most of her competitions are in Taiwan so far.
    oh
    ok
    thanks for the info
    hehe
    i sure u had receive my private msg
    hope to see u hang around here more
    there is another thread for chinese taipei

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    Hi Loh,


    Yes, I will refer her to this thread if it's possible. She is an honor to Taiwan . I'm very proud of being a neighbor of Kaohsiung ( in geographic location) Ha..ha. I have ever seen her in court durning the competition. She looks like a neighboring girl outside court, but she is an aggressive one totally when she is in the court. How to said herlike a condor begin her attack anytime.

    She is a student of The Kaohsiung Municipal Kaohsiung Senior High School. The famous WD player of Chien Yu Chin is one of her coaches.

    According to report, she played the badminton began from the primary school, third grade. She always takes her daddy's car every vacations and go to the court everywhere in order to learn skills. She is a very talented player and break name in Kaohsiung area when she at sixth grade. And then their footprints were expanded to the whole Taiwan. Tai also once said to her daddy : All the whole families go a tour on holiday, our home always visits the badminton court , feel very blind.


    Her records :

    2006 The women's singles champion of second group of the whole country, promote first group (youngest in history )
    2009 Yonex-Sunrise Badminton Asia Youth Under 19 the women's singles second places
    2009 Nation-wide ranking competition, the third place of the women's singles
    2009 Yonex-Sunrise Vietnam Open GP women's singles second places
    2009 women's singles second places of National Games
    2009 Hong Kong East Asian Games, the women's singles bronze medal
    2010 LI-NING SINGAPORE OPEN SUPER SERIES, the women's singles second places

    Hope to see her have good results at the coming competitions. As Ctjcad said that 2010 US open won't be easy esp. going up against a very experienced player,Tine Rasmussen, but we all will bless her.


    PS: Can you read Chinese? I may link the website of her report in
    Taiwan.

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    well
    those u mentioned i have put on the 1st post of this thread
    except those who played in chinese taipei
    u can link here
    i will try to translate
    thanks^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    haha
    yeah
    i can recognize him
    the bcer who hold the fastest smash record in bc
    What? You've already forgotten his name? It's Haru!
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    TTY got a lucky break in the US Open. She was due to play Tine in the 1st round but Tine was a no show. She gets a qualifier instead

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    wow
    hehe
    its good for her
    and bad for here
    let see how far she can go!

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