- Tag results for Kidambi Srikanth
Kidambi Srikanth had lost to Momota at the Malaysia Open and Indonesia Open in June and July respectively.
Third seed Sindhu bounced back after losing a close first game to record a 21-23 21-13 21-18 win in her second round women's singles match against Thailand's Busanan Ongbamrungphan.
Prannoy was beaten 21-16, 21-12 by NG Ka Long Angus from Hong Kong.
Kidambi Srikanth crashed out of the men's singles event after losing a marathon three-game quarterfinal to draw curtains on India's campaign at the Japan Open badminton tournament.
Sindhu was beaten by China's Gao Fangjie in the women's singles second round, her first preliminary exit in almost a year.
In men's singles, HS Prannoy defeated current Asian Games gold medallist Jonathan Christie 21-18 21-17.
It was a disappointing end for India's campaign in men's singles as Srikanth and Prannoy failed to raise the bar after their early exits from the Nanjing World Championship early this month.
Kidambi Srikanth, the former world no.1 Indian, who had clinched a silver at the Commonwealth Games besides leading the mixed team to the coveted gold, failed to outwit the 28th ranked Wong Wing Ki.
World No 8. Srikanth brushed aside Maldives' Hussein Zayan Shaheed Zaki 21-4 21-5 in 18 minutes to give India a 1-0 lead.
India ended a 28-year-old medal drought when the women's team, led by Saina Nehwal and Sindhu, clinched their maiden bronze medal at the 2014 edition at Incheon, South Korea.
Kidambi Srikanth struggled past Spain's Pablo Abian in a three-game match to enter the men's singles pre-quarterfinals.
HS Prannoy, who had a topsy-turvy season plagued by multiple injuries, will begin his campaign with a clash against Australia's Abhinav Manota.
PV Sindhu made it to the Thailand Open final before losing to reigning World Champion Nozomi Okuhara, who climbed up two spots to 6th.
While Sindhu finished runners-up at India Open and Commonwealth Games, Srikanth too clinched a silver at Gold Coast.
Momota had ended Srikanth's campaign at Malaysia Open last week and even though the Indian failed to avenge the loss, it was a far superior performance by the 25-year-old fourth seed.