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Indian shuttlers doing well at the global level is a positive sign, says PV Sindhu

India's Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu said on Sunday that her emphasis is on the up and coming World Championship in Glasgow and she is buckling down with her mentors to deliver most ideal outcomes in the competition. 

"It (World Championship one month from now) is a major occasion. I am anticipating it and buckling down for the competition. It won't be simple, I must be getting it done," Sindhu said while addressing PTI. 

Sindhu is as of now positioned fifth on the planet and has additionally won bronze decorations at the Championship in 2013 and 2014. She grabbed the pace from the time in Rio 2016 where she turned into the principal Indian to win an Olympic Silver award and has gone ahead to win two Super Series titles – Indian Open and China Open. In any case, Sindhu realizes that with huge glories come greater duties. 

"Obviously, life has changed after Rio. Winning a silver award was a gigantic minute for me. It has accompanied a considerable measure of obligations. I am relied upon to win (more) nowadays. I need to buckle down and continue doing great in the competitions ahead," she told PTI. 

On being gotten some information about mentor P Gopichand, Sindhu said,"I am fortunate to must work with a mentor like Gopi Sir (P Gopichand). I have been related with him for quite a long while. I and alternate players must be appreciative to him, for his direction. The foundation is great and the landing of Indonesian mentors (Mulyo Handoyo and Hariawan) has been of incredible offer assistance." 

Sindhu lauded the exhibitions of Indian male shuttlers as Kidambi Srikanth secured two Super Series titles in Indonesia and Australia and B Sai Praneeth won his first Super Series title in Singapore. 

"The men (shuttlers) have been doing, getting extraordinary outcomes. They have been working hard with the Indonesian mentors and that is paying off. In the years to come, numerous more solid players will rise in mens area," Sindhu, who sought a limited time occasion, said. 

She likewise feels that Indians performing great all around is a better than average sign for the fate of Indian Badminton. "Badminton has seen a spurt lately and the Indians doing admirably at the worldwide level is a positive sign. 

The great work done by the players and mentors is proving to be fruitful." 

In conclusion, on being gotten some information about Saina and her contention, she closed saying,"When we play matches, we are rivals. Off the court, we are companions. She prepares in Bengaluru and me in Hyderabad. We have our individual styles and attempt to win when we meet in a match."

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