Tai Tzu-ying (Chinese: 戴資穎; pinyin: Dài Zīyǐng; Wade–Giles: Tai Tzu-ying; born 20 June 1994) is a Taiwanese professional badminton player. At the age of 22, she became world No. 1 in the women's singles on December 2016, and holds the record for most weeks ranked at the top in BWF history with 148 weeks (as of 17 March 2020). Tai was the women's singles gold medalists in 2018 Asian Games and 2017 Summer Universiade. She was back-to-back won the Asian Championships title, the year end tournament Superseries Finals, and the oldest tournament All England Open.

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  • Tai Tzu-ying (Chinese: 戴資穎; pinyin: Dài Zīyǐng; Wade–Giles: Tai Tzu-ying; born 20 June 1994) is a Taiwanese professional badminton player. At the age of 22, she became world No. 1 in the women's singles on December 2016, and holds the record for most weeks ranked at the top in BWF history with 148 weeks (as of 17 March 2020). Tai was the women's singles gold medalists in 2018 Asian Games and 2017 Summer Universiade. She was back-to-back won the Asian Championships title, the year end tournament Superseries Finals, and the oldest tournament All England Open. (en)
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  • Tai Tzu-ying (Chinese: 戴資穎; pinyin: Dài Zīyǐng; Wade–Giles: Tai Tzu-ying; born 20 June 1994) is a Taiwanese professional badminton player. At the age of 22, she became world No. 1 in the women's singles on December 2016, and holds the record for most weeks ranked at the top in BWF history with 148 weeks (as of 17 March 2020). Tai was the women's singles gold medalists in 2018 Asian Games and 2017 Summer Universiade. She was back-to-back won the Asian Championships title, the year end tournament Superseries Finals, and the oldest tournament All England Open. (en)
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