Badminton: Tai Tzu Ying reveals success formula, says world number one title was not her target
Reigning Asian champion Tai Tzu Ying reveals she did not target the world number one title, but she is glad that her numero uno status is a result of hard work.
The 22-year-old Chinese Taipei shuttler is the undisputed queen of Women's singles badminton now, having won six titles on the trot ever since she became the first Taiwanese shuttler to win the Hong Kong Open last year. Tai went on to win the BWF World Superseries Finals in Dubai last December, after which she opened 2017 with her maiden All England Championships title.
Titles at Malaysia Superseries Premier and Singapore Superseries followed Tai and on both occasions she defeated reigning Olympic champion Carolina Marin in the title match. Having entered the Badminton Asia Championships last month as the top seed, the world number one did not put a foot wrong enroute to the top step of the podium in Wuhan.
"Before I played the Hong Kong Open, many people calculated my points and told me that if I win the tournament, I will be World No.1... That was not a target that I set for myself, but I am glad that was the result I have achieved because I had been doing my best," Tai said, as quoted by BWF's official website.……
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