Don't worry too much. Shi Yuqi also recently , remember at the AE, received a hard knock at LCW's hands, humiliated and bamboozled. Now it's Srikanth who taught him a lesson he will never forget. I'll be a bit optimistic and think it's an isolated incident , owing mostly to his inexperience, he played right into Srikanth's hands who loves just the kind of set-up that let's him control the net, the opponent lifts as expected, and he quickly gets behind the shuttle to unleash his jump-smashes. I see SYQ as a hard-working and talented young player with a positive attitude, he will learn and get better over time. He is 21 years of age now, if he doesn't make another breakthrough in two years' time, then I'd say he won't go far. Let the future tell. Hard knocks like those SYQ has suffered, if it doesn't break him, will strengthen his resolve and help him realize his true potential one day, if he is made of sterner stuff. Bear in mind, SYQ has beaten the legendary Lee Hyun Il twice in as many meetings, the last time was just only last week in R1 of the INA PSS.