Tai defeated third seed Sung Ji-Hyun of South Korea 21-9, 18-21, 21-7 in the other semi-final earlier in the day.
Ratchanok has so far won three titles this year, including the Thailand Open in June, the New Zealand Open in August - both Grand Prix Gold tournaments - and the Denmark Open, a Superseries Premier event, last month.
Sindhu has now reached third final in the Superseries meets for the year. She holds a 7-3 head-to-head advantage against the Indian shuttler. Sindhu narrowed the deficit to 6-7. A couple of unforced errors on Tai Tzu's part saw Sindhu move into the mid-game interval with a slender 11-10 lead. Sindhu clawed back at 18-18. At the 2016 Summer Olympics, she became the first Indian woman to win an Olympic silver medal.
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Sindhu then shifted the gear and grab five points in a row to take an 11-6 lead, however, the Thai once again proved out to be adamant, as she reduced the gap to 13-12.
Former world number one Lee Chong Wei defeated Olympic champion Chen Long 21-14, 21-19 to win the men's singles final, defying expectations that the all-time great may be reaching his end. But, Intanon fight-back was not enough as Sindhu eventually won the second game 21-17, thus wrapping up the match in 43 minutes.
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