Training in UK during COVID-19 Break  is one of my best steps: PV Sindhu
Training in UK during COVID-19 Break is one of my best steps: PV Sindhu

World badminton champion PV Sindhu has said that moving to the United Kingdom for her training is one of the best moves she made during the Covid-19-induced break that she had from competitions for the better part of the year just gone by.

 Sindhu moved to the UK in October and has been training there ever since. She is set to make her comeback to professional badminton at two Thailand Open tournaments that will be played from January 12 to 17 and the January 19 to 24.”

Traveling 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 said. “Hopefully, we will start playing from January [2021], with the Thailand events lined up first. We have to keep ourselves safe and fit by working hard. I know this Covid-19 is going to be there and will not go just like that,” Sindhu said. Sindhu’s last competition was the All England Open between March 11 and 15.

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