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Wednesday, January 12, 2022

PV Sindhu says that she has to tune up her skills and learn new weapons

I need to 'tune up' my skills and also learn new weapons: PV Sindhu

NEW DELHI: Two-time Olympic medallist PV Sindhu said on Tuesday that she really wants to "adjust" her abilities and master new weapons in each competition she plays this season. The expert shuttler added that she genuinely should continue to change techniques against each player.

"I want to adjust my abilities and furthermore acquire new weapons; I think everyone will peruse your game. You actually must continue to change techniques each and every time when you play with a specific player. These days, they watch your matches; past matches and they realize what should be finished. So we really want to strategise in like manner," she said subsequent to enrolling a straight-game triumph against Sri Krishna Priya in the first round of the India Open 2022 on Tuesday.

Gotten some information about the timetable this season, she said, "We have an exceptionally bustling timetable so I must remain fit and furthermore ensure each time I go to the court (I) give 100% and furthermore be sans injury.

"From January to December there are a ton of competitions. As a player, we single out competitions as we must be certain that we are truly and intellectually fit, so we will give our 100% when we play regardless. In any case, indeed, there is a significant length. Consecutive big showdowns, and this year we additionally have the Commonwealth and Asian Games. As far as I might be concerned, I need to remain without injury and ensure that I train more diligently and be good for these occasions."

On her opening-round match on Tuesday, Sindhu said, "Consistently, the main match is significant. I accepted circumstances for what they are, kept up with the lead and polished it off."

In any case, she has a useful tidbit for Sri Krishna Priya and numerous more youthful players, "I believe it's certainly a ton of things to be dealt with, in light of the fact that with regards to abilities and with regards to actual wellness, I think she should be a lot more grounded and expertise astute she really wants to work on a ton, not against me but rather better expectations."

On whether she had a particular methodology under the watchful eye of entering the court on Tuesday, the 26-year-old said, "It depends, as I referenced, it changes with each player. In some cases during the match, I understand that I must be predictable with my conventions. Everyone realizes that my weapon is assault. So like my adversary won't make me play my game. They won't give me space to assault. So I need to play protective on occasion, and I should ensure I will be wonderful on that. Not simply play one kind of game."

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