India’s star shutter Kidambi Srikanth has created a new history. He has become the first male badminton player of India to get number one ranking in the world. He achieved this achievement in the latest BWF (Badminton World Federation) rankings released on Thursday. After the new ranking system has arrived, Shrikant is the first Indian male shuttleer who has managed to reach this end. Although before winning the three top tournaments in the year 1980, Prakash Padukone was considered to be No. 1, but then it was not a ranking system. Srikanth also came close to No. 1 last year but due to injury, he could not reach the top. Srikanth is currently playing in the Commonwealth Games in Australia in 2018. Saina Nehwal also remained No.1 shuttlear in April 2015. Badminton learned on the father’s say …
Shrikant was born on February 7, 1993 in Guntur (Andhra Pradesh). His father Kittu Kidambi is a farmer and a mother is Radha Housewife. His elder brother is also a badminton player. In 2008, his family shifted to Hyderabad.
During Teenage, Srikanth was also not serious about his career. They did not know what to do in the future? His father was very upset about this matter. Srikanta did not see the focus; his father sent him like bad son to learn badminton. After this Srikanth joined Gopichand Academy. In the beginning, he used to train doubles and mixed doubles. Three years later, started focusing on singles.