Berlin, Oct. 21 (CNA) Taiwanese badminton ace Tai Tzu-ying (???) captured the women's singles title Sunday at the Denmark Open 2018, held Oct. 16-21 in Odense.
Tai, ranked number one in the world for women's singles, defeated the world number 10 Saina Nehwal of India 21-13, 13-21, 21-6 in a match that lasted 52 minutes.
In the first game, Tai warmed up quickly to lead 6-1 and was able to win 21-13, while Nehwal put up a strong fight to the win the second 21-13, pushing the the match into a decider.
It was in the third game that Tai resumed her fierce offensive and won the game 21-6.
The latest win is Tai's 11th successive win against Nehwal.
The Denmark Open, an annual badminton tournament held since 1935, is a World Tour Super 750 tournament with a total purse of US$775,000.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel
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