Has China’s women’s singles supremacy ended?

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    Before the 2015 Singapore Open was concluded, there was a noticeable shift of power in the women’s singles category in international badminton. How dire is it for China in the medium to longer term?

    By Pendi Kwok.

    Photos: Badmintonphoto

    Of course China’s Sun Yu (pictured) finally won the 2015 OUE Singapore Open title after saving 3 match points against Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei. However, prior to this, Chinese players had been unable to take a women’s singles title in the six Superseries events previous to the Singapore Open. Will Sun Yu be the one to salvage China’s pride in a discipline they have come to view as their own, with four straight Olympic golds and 8 straight world titles at the start of the millennium?

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    #1 pcll99, Apr 18, 2015
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