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Srikanth Kidambi vs Viktor Axelsen, Live Badminton Score and Updates, Japan Open Super Series 2017 Quarter Final

Axelsen def. Srikanth 21-17 21-17.
Updated: 22 September 2017 13:47 IST - Published: 22 September 2017 12:54 IST
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Axelsen beats Srikanth 21-17, 21-17. Tough luck for Srikanth, who gave his all but Axelsen was just too good on the day. 

That's all from us here. Goodbye!
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17-21. 

The match is done and dusted.
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17-20.

Three match point opportunities for Axelsen.
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17-19.

Advantage, Axelsen.
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16-18.

A lucky point for Srikanth. Immediately acknowledges and high-fives with Axelsen. 
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14-17. 

Fabulous rally. How does Axelsen manage to get those shots in? How?
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14-16.

Axelsen has used that acute angle cross-court smash of his to good effect today.
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13-15. 

That's a powerful smash from Srikanth. He is pumped up!
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Axelsen has a minor problem here. Probably, got something inside his eye. He has now indicated that he is okay to continue.
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12-13, now.
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11-12.

Good play from Srikanth to take the point.
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10-11.

Fantastic from the World Champion, just incredible play! Axelsen in the lead.
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10-10.

Neither willing to give an inch of space to the opposition.
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9-9. 

Axels gets three back-to-back points to get back level.
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8-6. 

Srikanth is giving his all in this game.
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6-4.

Good challenge by Srikanth. Was just in.
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5-3. 

Srikanth is in his groove at the moment.
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3-2. 

Srikanth has the lead again.
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1-2.

A 20-shot rally comes to an end with Srikanth taking the point. Brilliant!
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The second game is now underway.
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17-21.

Dusted. Axelsen with the first game. Can Srikanth fight back in the second? Or will the Indian challenge end here? Stay tuned to find out.
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17-20.

Well thought out and well executed, Axelsen showing why he is the world champion!
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17-18.

Srikanth let it fall and it was called out but Axelsen challenged immediately. And it's in!
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17-16.

That's the fourth cross-court winner from Srikanth already.
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16-16.

Oh, that's lovely from Axelson. Defense to attack, smooth transition.