The tactics paid rich dividends as Praneeth snatched the game away from Srikanth to win it 21-17.
Shrikanth has some good experience as he has two final wins in his account; one from the 2015 India open and 2014 China Open. "I am really happy to see Sai win his first Superseries title".
Yesterday, top Indian shuttlers P.V.Sindhu, B. Sai Praneeth, Kidambi Srikanth and the pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and B. Sumeeth Reddy entered the Quarter Finals of the tournament. "Srikanth also has big victories in his career and he deserved to be in the final", said Sai, a B Com graduate from St. Joseph's College, Himayathnagar in Hyderabad, while paying tribute to his opponent in the final.
Praneeth has been constantly performing well in worldwide circuit since past few moonths.
In doing so, he became only the second male from India, after Srikanth, to win a Super Series title.
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The 24-year-old finally achieved his dream of winning a Super Series today in Singapore.
It was the first time the two Indian players were facing each other at a Super Series event. "For a stroke player like me, when things don't go right due to drift in the hall, it gets hard".
Srikanth from his side tried and superb smash to take the lead but Praneeth maintained the leads and got the break 11-10 and won the 10 of the 14 points. Srikanth continued to be in the lead before winning the first in 19 minutes.
"To be facing someone you've played a thousand times before, practiced with another zillion times, had meals with three times a day and are around practically throughout the day daily, in a match, particularly for a title, can be an exasperating experience". "I began to get back my game". But later in the second game I reached 7-2, 7-3 and later we were going equal. "It's the reason why I have this medal today". Praneeth led by a comfortable margin throughout and closed out the game in 20 minutes.