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40th-ranked Japanese player Kenta Nishimoto who had fought his way to the final from the qualifying rounds turned out to be a near-mirror image of the 21-12 21-11 win that the Indian had notched in the Singapore Open in April this year India’s Srikanth Kidambi poses for photographers after he won the men’s final of the French Open Superseries AP What may have given the 24-year-old Srikanth a vicarious thrill was the fact that he was playing against someone who was a dead-ringer for former Indonesian world champion Taufik Hidayat who was good enough to win the gold medal at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games and had also been peerless at the World Championships in Anaheim the following year depriving the legendary Lin Dan from winning his first world title It must be underscored that the tight strapping under the knee appeared to be precautionary and did not seem to affect either Srikanth’s general mobility nor his ability to reach the deep forehand corner whenever Nishimoto tested him in that area – something which could have been tough for a player with a right knee injury The Indian’s quicksilver reflexes were on display throughout the match as was his exquisite control over the pace and direction of his overhead shots that repeatedly perplexed the Japanese player The variety that Srikanth has with his overhead smash was just too much for Nishimoto to comprehend and the Indian literally gained points with the stroke whenever he badly needed them and sometimes when he did not Since Srikanth kept the shuttle down most of the time and Nishimoto was forced to lift the bird to counter the Indian’s tight net dribbles the cross-drift troubled the Japanese more than it did the Indian Srikanth boosted the shuttle only to the forehand deep corner where it had every chance of veering into the court with the drift and studiously and cleverly avoided clearing the shuttle to the deep backhand corner where it had a much greater chance of drifting out along the sidelines The Indian carefully cased out the Hidayat doppelganger in the initial rallies fully digested his antagonist’s game and strokes and only then pulled out the big shots That gave Nishimoto an opportunity to go up 9-5 but that was the extent of his dominance Srikanth went into the lemon break at 11-9 enlarged his advantage to 14-10 and then 19-12 before pocketing the opening stanza The Indian led from start to finish in the second game with 10-2 and 11-6 leads and simply coasted to the title There was little that the bewildered Japanese qualifier who had beaten Malaysia’s Lee Chong Wei in his opening main draw joust and then scored in the semi-final over Denmark’s upcoming Anders Antonsen could do to stem the flow of points into Srikanth’s account “I am happy with the way it has gone for me in the last couple of weeks” said Srikanth in the course of a courtside interview with two representatives of the Badminton World Federation (BWF) “There were some close matches and I feel I was a little lucky to get through them Otherwise I felt I played reasonably well “I did not underestimate Nishimoto who came through the qualifying rounds and beat Lee Chong Wei in the first round and in the semi-final beat Antonsen who had beaten (China’s former two-time world champion) Chen Long I thought Nishimoto played really well on Saturday against Antonsen so I felt it would be a tough match today But in the end I am really happy and satisfied with the way I played” Srikanth felt he had started his matches far too slowly in the quarter-final and semi-final and wanted to avoid that aberration on Sunday “I consciously played fast from the start” he said “Nishimoto is an aggressive attacking player so I wanted to avoid giving him the chance of controlling the rallies” The Pullela Gopichand Academy trainee agreed that his fitness had improved immeasurably over the recent past “I was pleasantly surprised that I was able to last the full course of tight matches but the way we have been training over the past 9-10 months it has done its part” he said “I only wish to continue training in the same manner because I have been able to see the reward with my own eyes” The Indian is likely to rise to the second spot in the world behind world champion Viktor Axelsen when the BWF rankings are announced next Thursday Owing to the fact that there was a vast chasm between his ranking points and those of Axelsen before the Denmark Open the premier spot is still out of his reach; and that could only change after the Destination Dubai Superseries grand finals (13-17 December) With a slight niggle cropping up in his right knee Srikanth is expected to cut down on the number of tournaments he participates in before the Dubai grand finals Having already qualified comfortably for that cash-rich tournament (in fact he is currently at the summit of the leaderboard) he is assured of a place in the elite eight even if he does not play another tournament in the next 45 days “I will take a decision on my participation in the remaining tournaments in South-East Asia (like the China Open Superseries Premier the Hong Kong Open SS and the Macau Open) in consultation with my coaches after I get back to Hyderabad” he said soberly “Basically it is his (coach Mulyo Handoyo’s) call to decide on my participation in those tournaments In any case I don’t have any points to defend in these tournaments so my over-all position (in the BWF rankings) will not change So there is really no pressure on me to take part in them I do want to become World No 1 but am not overly bother about that (statistic)” Meanwhile in the other finals that were decided at the Stade Pierre de Coubertin on Sunday the World’s No 1 female player and top seed Tai Tzu Ying scored a facile 21-4 21-16 win over Japanese giant-killer Akane Yamaguchi the No 5 seed who had eliminated India’s World No 2 PV Sindhu in the semi-finals It was almost embarrassing to watch the manner in which the supremely talented Tai dismantled Yamaguchi’s challenge It appeared as if the stocky Japanese player had poured all her mental strength and emotion into the penultimate clash against Sindhu and had nothing left in the tank with which to tackle the artistic and deceptive shots played by her rival Tai Tzu-ying (R) and Akane Yamaguchi pose for photos after Tai beat Yamaguchi 21-4 21-16 in the women’s singles final at the French Open Superseries Getty Tai actually trailed her Japanese antagonist 4-5 in career head-to-heads going into the French Open final and had lost to Yamaguchi at 19-21 12-21 in the Australian Open earlier this year the last occasion when the two had clashed But the Taiwanese ace was in full flow on Sunday; and barring a slight hiccup when she allowed Yamaguchi to close to 16-17 in the second game she remained fully in control of their 31-minute encounter There was a maiden Superseries title for the recently formed Indonesian pairing of Greysia Polii and Apriyani Rahayu (Polii played with Krishinda Maheswari until recently) as they notched a comfortable 21-17 21-15 triumph over South Korea’s Lee So Hee and Shin Seung Chan another new combination (Lee had won the 2017 All England title Premier with Chang Ye Na) The Indonesians simply combined better than the Koreans in the long-drawn 54-minute encounter the longest on the day of the finals The ageless Indonesian queen of the mixed doubles Lilyana Natsir was her usual reliable self at the net as she helped compatriot Tontowi Ahmad knock out the top-seeded Chinese combination of Zheng Siwei and Chen Qingchen at 22-20 21-15 The French Open thus became one of the few tournaments in which the latter went home without a title either the women’s or mixed doubles The fourth-seeded Indonesians have been world champions in 2013 and 2017 and also won the Olympic gold in Rio in 2016 but Natsir has had a much longer and illustrious career winning the 2005 and 2007 world titles with the since-retired Nova Widianto and has also been a silver medalist with Widiyanto at Beijing in 2008 The closest clash of what turned out to be a disappointing final day’s programme was the concluding match on the card the men’s doubles in which the seventh-seeded Chinese Taipei combination of Lee Jhe-huei and Lee Yang scored over the Danish pairing of Carsten Mogensen and Mathias Boe silver medalists at the 2012 London Olympics by a 21-19 23-21 verdict The victors had faced their tightest match in the semi-final when they had pipped China’s Zhang Nan and Liu Cheng the 2017 world champions at Glasgow and fifth seeds at 21-19 13-21 21-19 Zhang had won the gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics in the company of the wily veteran Fu Haifeng since retired And so another event in the annual badminton calendar has run its course; and the circus now moves to South-East Asia with the Macau Open Grand Prix Gold from 7 to 12 November followed by the China Open from 14 to 19 November and then the Hong Kong Open from 21 to 26 November Another action-packed three-week schedule that will be hard on all those players who participate in all three competitions By: PTI | Colombo | Published: February 19 2017 4:36 pm India bundled out Pakistan for a meagre 67 in 434 overs after asking them to bat upon winning the toss (Source: Twitter) Top News The Indian women’s cricket team continued its unbeaten run at the ICC World Cup Qualifiers by advancing to the final with a seven-wicket victory over arch-rivals Pakistan in Colombo on Sunday India bundled out Pakistan for a meagre 67 in 434 overs after asking them to bat upon winning the toss The team then achieved the target in just 223 overs scoring 70 for three to post a comprehensive win which helped it top the Super 6 table Ekta Bisht shone for India with an impressive five-wicket haul finishing with brilliant figures of 10-7-8-5 Shikha Pandey (2/09) chipped in with a couple of wickets The two bowlers ran through the Pakistani batting line-up They kept losing wickets regularly and only two Pakistani batters could reach the double-digit mark Chasing a modest target India rode on responsible knocks from Deepti Sharma (29 not out) and Harmanpreet Kaur (24) to reach the target with 165 balls to spare Deepti and Harmanpreet put on a solid 42 runs together for the third wicket For Pakistan Sadia Yousuf claimed two wickets by giving away 19 runs Virender Sehwag congratulated the Indian women’s team for beating the arch-foes “Congratulations @BCCIWomen for defeating Pakistan by 7 wickets in Women’s World Cup qualifier 2017 #IndvPak Ab to Aadat Si Hai ,Ludhiana police on Saturday registered a case against him.

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