Hello and Welcome to LIVE COVERAGE of the Hong Kong Open Superseries women's singles final between top seeds Tai Tzu Ying and PV Sindhu.
In their last meeting in the quarter-final of the Australian Open, Tai Tzu Ying had defeated PV Sindhu 10-21, 22-20,21-16 in a hard fought battle.
Sindhu will be eyeing her third Superseries title after wins in the India Open in New Delhi and in South Korea.
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It was a dominating performance by Tzu-Ying who displayed why she is the top-ranked player in the women's game now.
The match was a repeat of the 2016 final in Hong Kong where again, the result went in Tai's favour. Capitalising on a couple of unforced errors from Tai, the 2016 Olympic silver medallist, urged on by a vociferous and sizeable Indian crowd, equalised 18-all.
In the opening game which lasted 21 minutes, Tai Tzu moved to a 3-0 lead early on before Sindhu made a good judgement at the baseline to log the first points.
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Second seed Sindhu got the better of the Japanese fifth seed 21-12, 21-19 in a contest that lasted 36 minutes. Sindhu then started to dominate the rallies by using her deep clears and drew the Taiwanese close to the net. But Tai's clever returns gave her a three-point advantage at the break.
Sindhu fought back brilliantly in the second game in what seemed to be a momentum changer in not only the game but the match as well.
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