Mistake, Chen Yu Fei, Taiwan, Olympics-Badminton-Taiwan

Mistake, Chen Yu Fei

Olympics-Badminton-Taiwan's Tai focused on fixing her mistakes, not thinking about Chen threat

Olympics-Badminton-Taiwan's Tai focused on fixing her mistakes, not thinking about Chen threat

24/7/2021 10:38:00 AM

Olympics-Badminton- Taiwan 's Tai focused on fixing her mistakes, not thinking about Chen threat

Taiwan 's Tai Tzu-Ying said she will have to cut out the mistakes if she is to make an impact at the Tokyo Olympics and will only begin to think ...

SportTaiwan's Tai Tzu-Ying said she will have to cut out the mistakes if she is to make an impact at the Tokyo Olympics and will only begin to think about the threat posed by China's Chen Yu Fei if they both advance to the final.Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Badminton - Women's Singles - Group Stage - MFS - Musashino Forest Sport Plaza, Tokyo, Japan - July 24, 2021. Tai Tzu Ying of Taiwan in action during the match against Sabrina Jaquet of Switzerland. Pool via REUTERS/Lintao Zhang

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3related media assets (image or videos) available. Click to see the gallery.24 Jul 2021 03:15PMShare this contentBookmarkTOKYO: Taiwan's Tai Tzu-Ying said she will have to cut out the mistakes if she is to make an impact at the Tokyo Olympics and will only begin to think about the threat posed by China's Chen Yu Fei if they both advance to the final.

World No. 1 Tai looked good in winning the opening game against Switzerland's Sabrina Jaquet 21-7 in their group match but was less tidy in the second, allowing her opponent, ranked 45 places below her, to pick up 13 points before Tai secured the win. headtopics.com

AdvertisementAdvertisement"I need to reduce the number of mistakes I make and try to get into the rhythm of the match faster ... I can't control my mistakes," Tai said after the match at Musashino Forest Sport Plaza."I don't perform very well, especially during the Olympics, so I hope that this time around I can improve."

Tai needs to tighten her game if she is to defeat world number two Chen Yu Fei."I'm not worried about that (Chen) for the moment because based on the group matches, I need to go to the final to be able to meet her."AdvertisementAdvertisement

Tai has enjoyed plenty of international success, becoming world number one in 2016, winning the All England Open title three times and was a gold medallist at 2018 Asian Games.But things have been different on the biggest stage of all, with Tai coming away from London and Rio empty-handed.

And despite being only 27, Tokyo might be her last chance as she has hinted she will retire after the Games.Also playing on Saturday was world number five Akane Yamaguchi of Japan, who beat Pakistan's Mahoor Shahzad 21-3 21-8.AdvertisementIn men's doubles, Indonesia's Marcus Fernaldi Gideon and Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo, dubbed the 'Minions' because of their diminutive stature, made short work of Britain's Ben Lane and Sean Vendy, winning 21-15 21-11. headtopics.com

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"It's a tough one, starting the Olympics against world number ones," Lane said."We pushed them a little bit in the first game, but then when they get comfortable and confident it's so hard to play against them, so they made it tough for us in the second."

(Reporting by Richa Naidu; Editing by Peter Rutherford) Read more: CNA »

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