Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth has broken into the top 10 ranks after he had been placed eighth in the most recent world rankings released on Thursday. He has 58,583 points under his belt. Srikanth is the sole Indian shuttler to work from the top-10 of guys singles rank after scaling up three locations.
Before the Australian Open effort, Srikanth raised the Indonesian Open name after enrolling straight matches 21-11, 21-19 win over Japan’s Kazumasa Sakai.
Yes, it had been kind of a fantasy because last few months to perform 3 super string back to back, so I believe I am slowly able to think I did it again and its like two championship wins in consecutive weeks so that I feel that is something that’s taking me some time to think but yeah, I am content with the way I played at the past few weeks.
Yeah certainly because I truly have a great record against Son Wan-Ho previously. I have managed to conquer him few times previously and that’s somebody who’s really a much better record against me whom I did not actually win at least once so yeah I understood it is going to be a tough game and I knew it is going to be a lengthy game for certain.
I truly ready myself to perform that long game, to remain there and stick with him till the finish.