Breaking News

I'm still learning, says PV Sindhu


GUWAHATI: Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu on Wednesday said she still has a lot to be informed and desires to add a couple of more pictures to her repertoire to dominate global badminton.

With silver medals at all of the major occasions, together with the Olympics, World Championship, Asian Games and Commonwealth Games, Sindhu has been an impressive power on the planet in the closing three years.

But the world number 1 tag has eluded her with Chinese Taipei's Tai Tzu Ying stamping her authority on the top with 14 name triumphs since 2016.

Asked if she wishes to add strokes and deception to dominate global badminton, Sindhu said: "Definitely sure.It is most effective the starting for me. I've much more to be informed. I've excellent strokes however I've to continue learning new strokes everyday.

"But I feel just one participant can not dominate badminton, because the recreation is converting at this time as much more players are bobbing up. Also on a selected day, you have to be 100 p.c, can't be even 1 % right here or there, if you happen to count 1 to 20 on the planet, all are of the similar same old, so must be centered at all times."

One of the favourites to say the All England trophy next month, Sindhu said she is operating onerous to break India's 18-year-old name jinx on the prestigious match.

"After this week, most effective two weeks shall be left for the All England. I know Carolina Marin may not be there (due to damage) but it surely would possibly not be easy, as a result of there are some excellent players and on that day who gives absolute best will win," Sindhu said.

"Each round shall be relatively very tricky. Each point is important for me. I am enjoying Sung Ji Hyun in the first round and it might be important for me to focus from the primary round," added the 23-year-old, who had reached the semifinals of the All England Championship.


Asked about finishing the name drought for India, Sindhu said: "Hopefully sure, I feel it is going to be actually excellent if someone breaks it in the future and undoubtedly we will be able to paintings for that."


Currently in Guwahati for the National Championship, Sindhu said: "It is excellent that we are enjoying in several portions of the rustic and it's my third time right here. It gives a possibility to a lot of kids to come back up and be triumphant.


"Last time, I lost narrowly, it wasn't my day. So this time I will hopefully give my best," said the two-time former champion, who had misplaced to Saina Nehwal in the ultimate closing yr.


Talking about Assamese shuttlers, she said: "There are some very good players in Assam, they are doing well like the left-handed Ashmita Chaliha."


No comments