Saina Should Be Back To Best Next Yr

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    • Publish Date: Dec 2 2016 10:54AM
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Saina Should Be Back To Best Next Yr

Star India shuttler Saina Nehwal, who has recovered from a serious knee injury sustained during the Rio Olympics in August and is back on the international circuit, is still not at her physical best and needs more time to reach that high level, feels her coach Vimal Kumar. "She is definitely not back to her best and has some way to go before she can aspire to win big tournaments again. She needs some more time, may be in terms of physical and strength aspects in which she needs to improve," said the former national men's champion. Saina, who underwent surgery after returning from Rio where she failed to progress beyond the first round, made it to the quarterfinals of the Macau Open Grand Prix Gold tournament, in which she is the top seed. "After this (Macau) there's nothing for her till end-January -- the Syed Modi memorial Grand Prix Gold (in Lucknow). Of course, PBL (Premier Badminton League) is there (in the first part of January) in which she will play, being one of the big names. But it lasts two weeks and is not a very high intensity competition, in the real sense," said Vimal. "In another 4-6 weeks (she should be back to top level) once she starts high intensity training. She has enough time when she enters that (Modi memorial) competition and if nothing goes wrong, from end-January onwards she will be a strong contender.

 

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S.VIDHYAALAKSHMI SHREE NIKETAN MAT -

I am waiting to see saina to play again

SRIRAM.C Amalorpavam Higher Secondary School - Puducherry

Saina should play again

Heti Desai SRI SRI RAVI SHANKAR

Sania should play again as she born to win and rise the name of India .

Raju kumar Sree Narayana Vidya Bhavan

saina must play...

EKNOOR BHATTI Bal Bharati Public School

Saina must be back...........

Nikhita Javvaji Treamis world school

Saina is a talented and a young player. She must be appreciated and be given a chance. She should be back

Khushi Pandit VIDYA NIKETAN

Saina is a good shuttler.She has won many championships,medals and cups.So I think that she should be back to best next year.

T.ROGER NICHOLOUS PAUL Amalorpavam Higher Secondary School - Puducherry

because of knee surgery, Saina is now not playing well. soon she''ll play well.

Kashish Goel Bal Bharati Public School

india needs her too

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