Kidambi Srikanth set himself up as the prominent star of Indian badminton a couple of years back. He had beaten players such as Lin Dan and Viktor Axelsen to advance towards the quarter-finals of Rio 2016 as the world No. 11, winning a record four Super Series titles in a gigantically effective 2017 and even turned into the primary male Indian badminton player to be positioned world No. 1 in the year 2018. From that point Kidambi Srikanth’s advancement has been hampered by wounds, basically to his knee, which prompted a drop in his rankings. Nonetheless, the shuttler is currently in the groove to rival the best post the long COVID-upheld break.
Kidambi Srikanth got back to the strenuous activity at the BWF season-continuing Denmark Open in October. He was one of the extraordinary Indians, arriving at the quarters before tumbling to world No. 2 Chou Tien Chen in three games.
Kidambi Srikanth is right now 22nd in the ‘Rush to Tokyo’ rankings and needs to break into the best 16 to have the option to contend at his second Olympics in Tokyo one year from now.
Srikanth is presently investigating the areas he should improve before the BWF World Tour’s Asia leg begins in Thailand one year from now.