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World Badminton Championships 2017: Srikanth Kidambi vs Son Wan Ho, Live Score and updates: Srikanth 14-21, 18-21

Srikanth Kidambi loses 14-21, 18-21.
Updated: 25 August 2017 15:40 IST - Published: 25 August 2017 14:18 IST
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Stay tuned to Sportskeeda for all the latest updates from the 2017 BWF World Championships.
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PV Sindhu is first up.

Her match is fourth on Court 1 and it is expected to be around 5pm IST approx.

You can follow live coverage of that match here when it begins.
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But let's not get demoralized, folks.

Srikanth had been doing extremely well and he will be back soon.

India's medal hopes are still very much alive. PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal are still in contention.
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India's hopes for a men's singles medal is crushed again. Since Prakash Padukone in 1983, no Indian men's singles player has managed to reach the semi-finals. And we have to unfortunately keep on waiting for yet another year.
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Tremendous fightback towards the end from Srikanth but it was too late. Sri's incredible 13-match winning streak comes to an end.
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Final score: Son Wan Ho beats Srikanth Kidambi, 21-14, 21-18
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And Sri's shot is blocked by the net to end his World Championships hopes....18-21
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Sri falters at the net...MATCH POINTS TO SON.....20-18
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BIG SMASH from Sri..18-19
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crosscourt slice from Sri....17-19
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error in judgment from the top seed....lets go of a shot and it lands in the corner..19-16
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BIG SMASH from the Indian...15-19
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19-14 to the top seed
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Sensation crosscourt slice from the Indian...14-18
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One more point to the Indian...13-18
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18-12 as Sri's shuttle lands in the tramlines
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Son keeps attacking the net and he stops the Sri march...17-12
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A great smash from the Indian..12-16
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Sri targets Son's backhand and it pays off....11-16
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This time, Son falters at the net...16-10
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Desperate efforts from the Indian now...9-16
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Wins a midcourt exchange...8-16
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Srikanth rushes to the net and gets a couple of points..7-16
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16-5 to the Korean

One-way traffic
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It's 15-5 to the World No. 1 now