Changes to men’s game are yielding excellent results, says silver medalists PV Sindhu

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Chennai: Previous year as winning the silver medal at the Rio Olympics in August, PV Sindhu has to deal with huge anticipations every time she steps forward on badminton court. Due to her sensible nature, she has pact with all things that has crossed her way with consummate ease and constant achieving achievement.

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Previous year Sindhu from Hyderabad won her maiden Superseries title at China Open and then surpass her nemesis in the Olympics, Carolina Marin, in the final of the India Open. Unfazed by all the success recently, she has her sights resolutely set on the BWF World Championships in Glasgow next month. 21-yr-old silver medalist has also further conveyed that, we have the World Championships in August.

I’m looking ahead to it. Only one-and-a-half months left for the event. We have time to plan well and I hope to give my best. Preparation wise, everything has been going well. Whereas the likes of Sindhu and Saina Nehwal have assisted put Indian badminton on the worldwide map, male players like Kidambi Srikanth, B Sai Praneeth and HS Prannoy have also brought success to the nation currently.

Praneeth won his first Superseries title in Singapore, curtly followed by Srikanth’s twin triumphs in Indonesia and Australia. Asked some information about their success, Sindhu stated: “The men have enhanced a considerable measure. There are 4-5 men’s singles players at the top level and there are more players coming up.

They have conveyed a couple of changes to their amusement. Along these lines, I surmise that has truly helped them. There has been a change rationally and physically. Their preparation strategies have experienced a change and they have turned out to be more grounded rationally as well.” Sindhu likewise ascribed their prosperity to the presentation of Indonesian mentor Mulyo Handoyo and his group of mentors. ”

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All things considered, the Indonesian mentors coming in has been a decent improvement. We have 2-3 mentors from Indonesia working with us. They came in February and they have changed the preparation techniques a bit.”  With the present framework set up, Sindhu feels there will be a steady stream of ability.

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