Malaysian badminton great Lee Chong Wei said he hopes to wring one more Olympics from his creaking body after signing off from the Commonwealth Games with a third singles gold on Sunday. Despite the silver, the Indian shuttler had several positives to take from the sporting extravaganza with his gold-winning performance against the Malaysian in the team event being the highlight. By the time, it seemed like Srikanth started losing the momentum and this is when Lee picked up pace. Lee was the better man even the deciding game as he took 11-5 lead.
Srikanth went some way to justifying his lofty ranking as he raced ahead 21-19 in the first game of the final on Australia'sGold Coast.
Recently crowned Worlds' No.1 badminton player, Kidambi Srikanth is all set to take the stage against two-time CWG Champion, Lee Chong Wei.
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Lengthy Malaysia's number one sportsman, " Chong Wei has not slipped the podium at the Olympics or world championships using a career tally of 7 medals in big leagues. Srikanth led 11-9 at the break. By the end of the second game, the scoreline read 21-19, 14-21. The Indian ace was a treat to watch against his fierce rival as he gave a neck-to-neck competition to him while on another hand, the Malaysian crowd present at the game was cheering their player at every point that he scored. In a close fought encounter, both Kidambi and Lee were breathing heavily on the neck of each other, hardly allowing an inch of space to gather points.
Notably, Srikanth had 4-0 head-to-head record against Chong Wei before the two shuttlers arrived in the Gold Coast city for the ongoing Games. Trying as he might, Srikanth did everything to launch a comeback, but such was Lee's brilliance that he was restricted to 14 points.
Dressed in bright lemon-colored shorts and a T-shirt, he threw himself, arms and legs sprawled, on the court and then hugged Srikanth at the net. He was squashed in an utterly dominating manner by Malaysia's three-time Olympic silver medalist Lee Chong Wei.