“Good that I came back stronger” – PV Sindhu says she is happy to ‘rectify her mistakes’ that led to early Thailand Open exits

PV Sindhu had a disappointing outing at the Thailand Open events recently.

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India’s poster Girl for Badminton P.V Sindhu on Monday said she used the “wrong strategy” against Rio Olympics gold medallist Carolina Marin which led to her defeat in the women’s singles final of Swiss Open in Basel, Switzerland. But she stated that she was happy to make a comeback and that she has now rectified her mistakes that led to her early exits at the Thailand Open events.

She spoke in an interview with Etv Bharat about her Thailand Open campaigns and how she is preparing for the All England Championships. She also talked of her training during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as well as why she decided to train at the Gachibowli Stadium.

PV Sindhu talks about Thailand Open campaign and more

Pv Sindhu with her Rio Olympic Silver
PV Sindhu with her Rio Olympic Silver

Answering to a question as to whether she was happy with her performance she said, “I am happy that I played the finals, but at the same time not happy with the result. A lot to learn, and also good that I played the finals and came back stronger. Overall, I think I used the wrong strategy and it didn’t work out well for me but I learned a lot from that match.”

On whether Covid affected her Training she replied, “I don’t think it has affected my game because I was training at home and it was fine. After lockdown, it took some time for me to make a comeback. We were happy to be back on court and everything was fine.”

On Facing Her Rio Olympic final competitor Carolina Marin, she replied “Carolina Marin is an aggressive player and she is playing well. It was her day. She is not an easy player. She is very aggressive. We had to be ready for everything — drops or smashes. I think I used the wrong strategy but the next time I play against her, I would use the right strategy and it would be a different one.”

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