Srikanth in Final, Prannoy out of way…..!

Blog By- Harinadh.A.S

Jakarta:- India’s K. Srikanth reached the finals of Indonesia Super series. He defeated the world no. 1 player Korea’s Son Wan Ho to reach the Final. The prize money is of $1 million. He won the first set for 21-15. He lost the second game after a great fight for 18-21. In the crucial final set he defeated the world no. 1 player for 24 -22 with a tough game. The match was thrilling one for the spectators. Ho was given more chance in the game but the luck was with the Srikanth. He lost to Ho in their previous four matches, but he came back in the important match of the Indonesia Super Series.  The match went for about one and a quarter hour to complete. The victory was in the hands of Srikanth and he reached near to the $1 million.

Kazumasa Sakai defeated India’s H.S. Prannoy to take Srikanth in the final. He had  broken the chance for an Indian final in the Indonesian Super Series. H.S. Prannoy made many challenging victories in the whole series but his victorious run got an end in front of Sakai. He made victory in the first set for 21-17. But lost the other two sets for 26-28 and 18-21. H.S. Prannoy who defeated the Lee Chong Wei and Chen Long in the previous days had a lost his winning and he return back. H.S. Prannoy who is in the 25th ranking in the world has a tremendous run in the Series and showed his ability to gain many upcoming titles.

Srikanth will meet Japanese player Kazumasa Sakai in the final of Indonesia Super Series.

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Sai Praneeth wins Thailand Open

Sai Praneeth continued to enjoy a magnificent 2017 as he clinched the Thailand Open Grand Prix Gold badminton title by defeating Indonesia’s Jonatan Christie 17-21, 21-18, 21-19 in a closely-fought final in Bangkok on Sunday.

In a match that saw plenty of plenty of twists, the 24-year-old Sai Praneeth squandered a 16-14 advantage in the first game which Christie capitalised on, winning four consecutive points to take the game 21-17.

Sai Praneeth looked to be on top in the second game as he raced to a 9-3 lead. However, the Indonesian refused to back down and won six consecutive points to draw level in the game.

Praneeth, known for his range of shots and touch, held his nerve and towards the end of the game won three crucial points to win 21-18 and push the match into the decider.


In the final game, Praneeth and Christie were evenly matched, and at 19-19, it appeared anyone’s game.

Sai Praneeth, though, clinched the game 21-19 and the title, after a match that lasted 72 minutes.
The success in the Thailand Open Grand Prix Gold extended Sai Praneeth’s remarkable run in 2017. In April, the ward of national coach Pullela Gopichand had defeated Kidambi Srikanth in an all-Indian Singapore Open Grand Prix final to claim his maiden Grand Prix title.

The shuttler from Andhra Pradesh had reached the final of the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold in Lucknow before his Singapore triumph.

In 2016, Sai Praneeth had won the Canada Open Grand Prix.