The top seeded Indian looked comfortable as he walked into the mid game break with a 11-7 lead in the opening game.
Coming back, the Guntur-born shuttler stiffled the Singaporean to earn his points as Srikanth easily swept the game in 17 minutes.
In the second game, Srikanth breezed away with a 11-5 lead at the breather even as the Singaporean tried hard to come back into the contest.
Srikanth gave little away in the second half and comfortably clinched the contest in 17 minutes.
The Indian will face England's Rajiv Ouseph in the semi-final on Saturday.
The other Indian in the fray, H.S. Prannoy will play Sri Lankan Dinuka Karunaratna in another quarter-final, later on Friday.
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