Indian shuttler B Sai Praneeth clinched his maiden Super Series title at the Singapore Open after defeating Kidambi Srikanth in a historic all-Indian final on Sunday.
World No. 3 Praneeth, who had won the Canada Open Grand Prix last year and reached the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold final this year, outmanoeuvred Srikanth 17-21 21-17 21-12 in the summit clash of the $3,50,000 event.
It was the first time in the history of international badminton that two Indians were playing a Super Series final and it turned out to be a thrilling contest.
The two trainees of the Gopichand academy exploited every chink that they were aware of in each other's game.
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