The reputed Indian-International badminton champion, PV Sindhu is determined to clinch a medal in the Tokyo Olympics scheduled this year. Leaving no stone unturned while training, she is confident that she would ace well in the upcoming Thailand Open as well.
In the wake of the pandemic, Sindhu had moved to the UK in October to sustain her training sessions well. “Travelling to the UK has been one of the best moves I should say, especially, because of the pandemic break in India. Despite the weather being extremely cold here, I am enjoying the high-intensity training sessions,” Sindhu told SportStar.
Having warmed up well, she is all set to feature in the Thailand Open that will be played from January 12 to 17 and the January 19 to 24.
Hunger for a Medal at Tokyo Olympics
However, the shuttler aims high for the Tokyo Olympics where Sindhu would try escalating her world ranking besides grabbing the medal. Tokyo Olympics, which were earlier postponed amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, will be held from July 23 to August 8 this year.
The 25-year old badminton athlete last played professional badminton in the ‘All England Open’ that happened between March 11 and March 15, 2020.