Saina feels like “Her career is coming to an end”

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Saina Nehwal

A twenty-six-year-old “Saina Nehwal” is the first Indian iconic athlete in India to wave the “National Flag” by topping the ranking of Women’s Singles Badminton in recent years.

Saina Nehwal, London Olympic Medalist is making a comeback after undergoing a knee surgery later this year.

Saina had built up a knee issue a week prior leaving for Rio Olympics and she brought the harm through the Games before she made an early exit by losing her second match.

She sometimes feels her badminton career could come to an end due to the injuries she has suffered in recent past. Saina was recently made the member of the International Olympic Committee’s Athletes Commission.

In an interview with espn.in she quoted “It is okay, many people will think my career will end and I won’t come back. I also think somewhere deep in my heart that maybe it is the end of my career, so let’s see how it is. Maybe, you never know”. Also said she would continue to work hard ; especially on the areas, she’s weak. “I just want to work hard, I just want to take care of my body and keep working on the areas and not think about winning or losing.

Clarification of Saina’s Coach

Vimal Kumar who is the Former National Champion of Badminton who is now also the Mentor of the player had come up in Media and elucidates the statement of the Olympic Medalist that had been wrongly taken. He also included that Saina is just concentrating on her training as of now for the forthcoming china open series and after China, she has to make a journey to Hong Kong for taking part in Hong Kong Open Super Series Championship.

All set to comeback

Saina Nehwal was born in Hisar on March 17, 1990. The 26-year old talented Hyderabadi badminton player, whose Olympic Series was all of a sudden finished because of Patellar Tendon Impingement Infrapatellar Spur Displaced fracture, which affected her right knee. She has now resumed her regular fitness training to gear up for the upcoming matches.

In her Badminton career till now, she had won more than twenty worldwide titles which additionally incorporate Supertitles. Also, she has represented India in Olympics and won the Bronze medal  in her second Olympics.

After her injury, she has been working hard in court for the upcoming China Open Super Series which will be starting from 15th November.

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