Carolina Marin (@2.5) vs Tzu Ying Tai (@1.5)
23-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Tzu Ying Tai will win

Carolina Marin – Tzu Ying Tai Match Prediction | 23-09-2019 01:45

After the break, she gave Tai little chance to mount a comeback, racing away to a 19-13 lead.Although she stuttered a little near the finish line, the Spaniard eventually closed out the match 14-21, 21-17, 21-18. The third game was a more cagey affair, with both players trying to outmaneuver each other. Marin went into the mid-game interval with a one-point lead and never looked back.

President Tsai commended Tai's decision.[7] She won the Special Contribution Award in 2017 Sports Elite Awards. Before the 2017 season started,[4] Tai announced that she would skip that year's World Championships in Glasgow. Tai decided to attend the 2017 Summer Universiade not only out of a desire to earn a title[5] for her home country but also for the bigger picture.[6] Since the Summer Universiade was by far the biggest sporting event held in her home country, only second to the Olympic Games, Tai wanted to welcome the world to see Taiwan.

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Secondly, she was very good at not letting me get too far ahead, particularly in that second game. The Japanese also had a lot of praise for her opponent, saying, I could sense a bit of limitation in Marins movements, but she is still as strong as before. Firstly, she was able to finish off all the rallies really well.

Carolina advanced to the final after defeating Japan's Sayaka Takahashi, while Tzu Ying emerged victorious over China's Chen Yufei. The Spanish professional badminton player and current Olympic Champion Carolina Marin will lock horns with Taiwan's Tai Tzu Ying in the BWF China Open 2019 final. The action will take place at Olympic Sports Center Xincheng Gymnasium on Sept 22, 2019. Meanwhile, fans who are looking for live streaming, live telecast and online stream of Carolina Marin vs Tai Tzu Ying China Open 2019 final should scroll down below for details.China Open 2019: Tai Tzu Ying Overcomes Chen Yu Fei to Reach Final.

Tai represented her country at the 2014 Asian Games and won Chinese Taipei's first badminton medal by placing third.[3] She won the Hong Kong Open in 2014 after beating Nozomi Okuhara of Japan in straight sets, 2119, 2111.

Carolina Marin had earlier pulled out from the World Championship last month stating that she wasn't completely fit. Marine having suffered a grave injury earlier this yearhad damaged her ACL. However, after enteringChina Open she managed to ward offworld championship finalist Nozomi Okuhara in straight games and twice fought back from a game down against local favourite He Bingjiao and Japans Sayaka Takahashi reaching the finals. However, Marin engaged her opponent inlong rallies before ending the match on a high.Marin is now slated to play next week inthe Korea Open where she will faceChen Yufei in the opening round. Last week, Marin had participated in the Vietnam Open where shelost in straight games to Supanida Katethong of Thailand in the first round. Marintook a 19-13 lead before Ying managed to give out a few high strokes.

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She won six consecutive titles spanning 2016 and 2017, and had a 27-match winning streak since losing to Sung Ji-Hyun at the Superseries Finals. She won her first international title at the 2011 US Open Grand Prix Gold at the age of 17.[2] She won her biggest titles at the Superseries Finals in 2014 and 2016, and won the Superseries Premiere event, Indonesia Open, in 2016. Tai was a finalist at the 2010 Singapore Super Series. She won the All England Open back to back in 2017 and 2018, and also won the Hong Kong Super Series three times, in 2014, 2016, and 2017.

In her second group stage match, she lost to PV Sindhu 21-14, 16-21, 18-21.[9] However, she retired with an injury in her third group stage match against Akane Yamaguchi after losing the first set 17-21 and trailing 12-11 in the second game. In the group stage, she was placed in Group A along with Akane Yamaguchi, PV Sindhu and Beiwen Zhang. In her first match, she defeated Beiwen Zhang 21-15, 21-17 in straight games. Her next tournament was the HSBC BWF World Tour Finals 2018 and she was the top seed.

Tai Tzu-ying (Chinese: ; pinyin: Di Zyng; WadeGiles: Tai Tzu-ying; born 20 June 1994) is a Taiwanese professional badminton player and the current world No 2.[1]In 2011, she won the title of Taiwanese ranking competition when she was only 16 years and 6 months old, becoming the youngest No.1 in Taiwanese badminton history. She became world No.1 in women's singles on December 2016, age 22, and has been ranked No.1 for 125 weeks (as of 30 April 2019), the most in BWF history, surpassing Li Xuerui.