Kidambi Srikanth, an Olympian badminton player who is in Bangkok for the Thailand open tournament is shedding blood.
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Kidambi Srikanth who is an Olympian badminton player brings the issue on twitter about the Covid Test “ We take care of ourselves for the match not to come and shed blood for THIS . However , I gave 4 tests after I arrived and I can’t say any of them have been pleasant . Unacceptable”.
Many people expressed their willingness to help Kidambi Srikanth and tweeted @BAL_Media to lodge a complaint for the harsh treatment of our country's star players. They believe that it Shows the organizers incapability in handling the issue.
Reports say that Kidambi Srikanth has tested positive. Saina Nehwal has also tested positive. Saina Nehwal will be tested again on Tuesday.
A few Indian players are competing in the Thailand Open, which launched the 2021 badminton season.
The doubles team of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Ashwini Ponnappa got off to a triumphant beginning on Tuesday.
The Indian pair beat the Indonesian group of Hafiz Faisal and Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja, cultivated 6th in the competition.
Rankireddy and Ponnappa dominated the game 21-11, 27-19, 21-16 to progress to the following round.
In any case, PV Sindhu was taken out by Denmark's Mia Blichfeldt, who returned from a game down to win 16-21, 26-24, 21-13.
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Image Credit: @KidambiSrikanth Twitter.