Tai Tzu Ying to skip Badminton Asia Team Championships 2024
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Tokyo Olympics silver medalist will return in March at BWF French Open 2024
Tai Tzu Ying, the world No. 3 women’s singles badminton player from Chinese Taipei is poised to skip Badminton Asia Team Championships 2024, which will be held in Shah Alam, Malaysia from February 13 to 18. The biennial event serves as the Asian qualification for the Thomas and Uber Cup 2024, which will take place in Chengdu, China in May.
Tai, who won the silver medal at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and the bronze medal at the 2021 World Championships in Huelva, Spain is currently focusing on recovering from her Knee and Back issues and preparing for the upcoming tournaments. She will participate in the BWF French Open 2024, a Super 750 event on the BWF World Tour, which will be held in Paris from March 5 to 10.
Tai Tzu Ying, the former world number one badminton player from Chinese Taipei, had a decent 2023 season with some notable achievements. She won her fifth Taipei Open title in June, defeating USA’s Beiwen Zhang in straight games. She also clinched her fourth BWF World Tour Finals title in December, coming back from a game down to beat Spain’s Carolina Marin in a thrilling final. She reached the semi-finals of three other tournaments: the Malaysia Open, the All-England Championships, and the Singapore Open.
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