Former champion player Kidambi Srikanth thought that he would end the drought of his title this season, but in the final of the Indian Open on Sunday, former World Champion Victor Axelsen turned his dream back on this dream because he could directly convert them into two sets 7-21, 20-22 lost
Former world number one Srikanth lost two points in the second set, due to which he had to get out of the tournament. This was his first BWF World Tour final after 17 months. Earlier, he won the French Open in 2017.
The finals started in the form of close friends with Srikkanth and Axelsen, who split the initial 10 points, but a series of Indian unexpected errors allowed the Danish player to move forward because he took advantage of 11-7 in the break Removed a smash for.
Srikanth failed to punish his opponent Axelsen for any weak return in the rallies. The Indian backhand was particularly vulnerable and he lost many points in there. When Srikanth walked for a long time, Axelsen took the initial game.
After the change of sides, Shrikant gave his opponent 1-5 lead. The Indians took the next three points but the Axelsen was always one step forward.
Srikanth, who was struggling in the match, was making a lot of mistakes, which led to the 11-9 lead to the Axelson Break. However, Srikanth fought back from 12-12 and later came on lead from 14-13. After that, Srikanth got two game points from another smash. But he could not keep this edge later and lost the match.