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Kidambi Srikanth vs Aryaman Tandon, Live Badminton Score and Updates, Senior National Badminton Championships 2017 Round 1

Srikanth def Tandon, 21-14, 21-13 to enter the quarter-finals
Updated: 06 November 2017 14:23 IST - Published: 06 November 2017 13:55 IST
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The youngster did show some brilliance but errors definitely did not help his cause against the man, who is in the form of his life.
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Final score: Srikanth def Tandon, 21-14, 21-13 to enter the quarter-finals.
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And he converts!

Srikanth takes it, 21-13
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Match points for Srikanth
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Srikanth is two points away from the win now.

19-12
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Srikanth sends the shuttle long.

Leads 18-11 now
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Some outstanding points from the youngster to take three points in a row.

10-16
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Aryamann's ideas are good but execution is poor.

He now trails 7-16
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This time Srikanth goes slightly wide.

He still has a comfortable lead of 14-6
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Srikanth halts his comeback and inches ahead to 11-5 at halftime.
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Wow! Some superb shots from Tandon to bag two points. 


5-9
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Aryamann continues to falter at the net and is having to pay the price.

Srikanth leads 9-3
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And Srikanth takes five points on the trot.


He is ahead 6-3
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Once again all his good work is undone by unforced errors.


Srikanth draws level at 3-3
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Second game


Great placements from Tandon to go up to 3-1
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Srikanth wraps up the first game, 21-14.
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But he cannot continue it anymore as a few errors crop up.

Trails 14-19
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A couple weeks of good points from Tandon to close the gap to 14-17
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Srikanth is now very much stamping his class and the difference between the two is showing.

He leads 15-10
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It's a THREE-point gap now....the top seed up at 12-9
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The World No. 2 is cruising at 11-7 at the mid-game interval.
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And he quickly shoots to 10-6...very much in control of the proceedings now.
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Srikanth builds an 8-6 lead now.
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Unforced errors from the World No.2 mean that the youngster closes the gap and makes it 6-5.