Chennai: Olympic silver medallist shuttler PV Sindhu today conceded that there is more obligation on her shoulders post the Rio Games as everybody now needs her to accomplish more trees for the nation.
Sindhu, who was here to get Rs 30 lakhs from the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) as prize cash for winning silver in Rio Olympics, said she is centered around keeping things basic in spite of the obligation.
“Certainly there is more duty and everyone’s eyes are on me to accomplish more. That is there yet I said to myself I ought not take a lot of weight. My point is to continue playing admirably. After the Olympics, I have won a Superseries and I have done well,” the lean Hyderabadi shuttler said on th sidelines of a capacity here.
Laying out her future points, Sindhu said: “For the time being, it is well ordered. Presently there is Premier Badminton League and there is Syed Modi competition and a portion of the Superseries occasions. I am intending to do well in the All England and World Championships.”
Sindhu, will’s identity turning out for Chennai Smashers in the PBL beginning January 1, seeks after a superior trip from her group in the second version of th establishment based competition.
“This time we will improve. Last time likewise we did well, we have a decent group this time. We would like to put forth a valiant effort,” she said.
The second PBL will be played in another scoring example of 11 focuses framework rather than 21 and Sindhu sponsored the change.
“The 11-point framework is distinctive. In the 21-point organize, on the off chance that we surrender lead there is a great opportunity to recoup. In any case, now, we must be ready from the very begin and be sharp witted in light of the fact that we won’t have much time to consider,” she said.