Sindhu again fails to crack the Tai Tzu code, this time in Malaysia Masters

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Kuala Lumpur: Two-time Olympic medalist shuttlecock PV Sindhu tried hard but couldn’t find a way to get past her nemesis Tai Tzu Ying, who suffered another quarter-final defeat to withdraw from the Malaysia Masters Super 500 tournament here on Friday.

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A week after being outsmarted by the Chinese Taipei great at the Malaysia Open, seventh seed Sindhu again fell short against the world’s number 1. 2, losing 13-21 21-12 12-21 in a 55-minute clash.

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