It was Sindhu's 16th defeat to Tzu Ying in 21 meetings.
Both PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth endured unfavourable results in the first two events they took
Tai won in three games 11-15, 15-13, 15-9 to lead Bengaluru Raptors to their first win of the
Sindhu proved no match for Ying as the Chinese won a total of 42 points in comparison to the
Another top Indian player B Sai Praneeth was also retained by Bengaluru Raptors for Rs 32 lakh.
Although neither player has dropped a game through the first two rounds, Tai came perilously close
The 28-year-old Hyderabadi shuttler lost to her opponent in straight games 20-22, 11-21 in just 36
Sindhu had achieved the world no 2 ranking for a week for the first time in April last year but she
The star duo will be in action at the quarterfinals, where Sania Nehwal will take on Tai Tzu Ying
In an exciting but energy-sapping 52-minute final, Saina lost 13-21 21-13 6-21 to the superior
Saina Nehwal has an underwhelming 5-12 career head-to-head record against the world number one Tai
Latest BWF Rankings Released: Asian Games silver medallist Sindhu also maintained her third spot
Sindhu on Monday defeated Japanese world no 2 Akane Yamaguchi 21-17, 15-21, 21-10 in the second