Kidambi Srikanth creates history, becomes 1st Indian man to win Australia Superseries

Relive Kidambi Srikanth's successful journey in the 2017 Australia Open Superseries, following the title triumph at the Indonesia Superseries a week earlier

FP Sports June 26, 2017 17:12:01 IST
Kidambi Srikanth creates history, becomes 1st Indian man to win Australia Superseries
Kidambi Srikanth creates history becomes 1st Indian man to win Australia Superseries

Kidambi Srikanth won his maiden Australia Open Superseries title . Getty Images

Kidambi Srikanth creates history becomes 1st Indian man to win Australia Superseries

Srikanth emphasized on the importance of his coach Mulyo Handoyo(on Srikanth's left) in his training and having a simple approach to the game. Twitter/@BAI_Media

Kidambi Srikanth creates history becomes 1st Indian man to win Australia Superseries

Srikanth credited his coaches, support staff and the staff at Gopichand Academy for the 'best phase' of his career. Twitter/@BAI_Media

Kidambi Srikanth creates history becomes 1st Indian man to win Australia Superseries

Srikanth is an integral part of the Indian badminton circuit that is witnessing a serious rise in form, especially in the men's department which will help Indian badminton ahead of the World Championships. Twitter/@BAI_Media

Kidambi Srikanth creates history becomes 1st Indian man to win Australia Superseries

For now, Kidambi Srikanth will be basking in the glory of being the first Indian man to win two consecutive Superseries titles. Twitter/@srikidambi

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