Vijender Singh Hopes For Pro Career To Resume In Second Half Of 2020

Glasgow: India’s Vijender Singh celebrates after beating Kiribati’s Kometa Andrew Kir at the Men’s middle 75kg weight boxing round match of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland on Saturday. PTI Photo by Manvender Vashist(PTI7_26_2014_000212B)

The sports world has suffered a lot due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic. However, hope is unbroken for India’s skilled boxing star Vijender Singh, who’s optimistic of resuming his at the moment on-hold profession within the second half of the 12 months.

Vijender, who’s currently unbeaten within the circuit with 12 wins, is contracted with Corridor of Famer Bob Arum’s High-Rank Promotions within the US, which has been ravaged by the lethal outbreak with the demise toll nearing 10,000.

“I used to be purported to battle in Might however that’s cancelled for now due to the present state of affairs. However I’m hopeful issues will enhance and I’ll get to battle later within the 12 months. I believe it’s going to work out,” the 34-year-old, who holds the excellence of being India’s first Olympic medallist in boxing, informed PTI.

“Clearly, I’m at a loss however there may be nothing that may be accomplished. So, you simply make peace with it and look ahead to issues to normalise,” he added.

The 34-year-old stated he’s persevering with to coach at a residence in Delhi to remain in form. “I’ve all the things at residence to make sure that I don’t have to step out. I do my coaching by myself, which isn’t uncommon as a result of I have the posh of a coach solely when I’m in England,” he stated.


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