Unstoppable Queen Tai, Chan/Goh return to competition


Being back again to her lucky place, Tai Tzu Ying continued her victory tour and reached the top at Indonesia Open. The champion marked her career-high 29 consecutive wins along with 5 titles in a row this year.


Tai Tzu Ying, the champion of Indonesia Open


In the 54-minute match, Tai encountered the threat from Chen Yufei as 21-23 in first game, but then quickly made an adjustment in the following two by 21-15, 21-9. She not only pushed on the head-to-head to 9-0, but also seemed to be well-prepared for the World Championships and Asian Games coming next.


The appointed equipment by Tai Tzu Ying

Tai Tzu Ying exclusive apparel Crown Collection: SV-3805R-3863

Queen exclusive footwear: SH-P9200 BA

Racket: TK-F


The mixed doubles final was exactly the rematch of 2016 Rio Olympics final, Malaysian Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying finished as runners-up against top seed Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir. 


Though with the same results, Chan/Goh went through high-quality battles by defeating compatriots Goh/Lai and pulling down two competitive pairs from China. Following the titles at Thailand Masters and US Open, they proclaimed another strong bounce back since they reunited in January.


The appointed equipment by Chan Peng Soon / Goh Liu Ying

Chan Peng Soon: JS-10P8510

Goh Liu Ying: JS-12FA900F


Korean Sung Ji Hyun was not only ace at the team events, but also a competitive force in women’s single. She beat Ratchnok Intanon to proved herself back to semifinals in major event in 2018. Additionally, Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja also made it to the final four with Hafiz Faizal in the mixed doubles.


Korean Women's Singles ace, Sung Ji Hyun


Hometown shuttler, Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja


Women’s doubles Hsu Ya Ching/Wu Ti Jung from Chinese Taipei was also a highlight. They created their best record in BWF World Tour as advancing to quarterfinals of the Super 1000 event.


Chinese Taipei Women's Doubles Hsu Ya Ching / Wu Ti Jung