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India's chief national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand backed PV Sindhu to overcome her recent dip in form and be at her best during the Commonwealth Games. Gopichand, who had coached the Indian shuttler to the iconic silver medal at Rio Olympics, said the coaching team will be talking to the shutter's Korean coach Park Tae Sang to help her overcome her recent setbacks.

PV Sindhu's troubles against World No. 2 and Tokyo Olympics silver medalist Tai Tzu Ying continued as Sindhu was ousted in the Malaysia Open quarter-finals after a 3-game defeat to the Taiwanese shuttler. It was Sindhu's 6th straight defeat to Tai, who is known for her excellent deceptive game.

Sindhu has a poor



head-to-head record against Tai losing 16 of their 21 meetings, including the Tokyo Olympics semi-final, so far.

Sindhu began the year on a good note, winning the Swiss Open and reaching the semi-final of Korea Open and Badminton Asia Championships 2022.

Sindhu put behind the Uber Cup disappointment and reached the semi-final of the Thailand Open Super 500 in May but she was ousted in the opening round at Indonesia Open Super 1000 tournament.

"We will work on this definitely, she's a very good player, and Tai Tzu is equally good. We will plan accordingly so that she's able to reverse the losses in the near future," Pullela Gopichand said, as quoted by PTI.
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