India’s badminton superstar PV Sindhu said she is looking for a constant run leading as much as the 2020 Olympics, starting with the India Open tournament this week. Olympic silver medallist Sindhu suffered a first-spherical exit within the women’s singles of the All England Open early this month. The 23-yr-antique Sindhu, who claimed the World Tour Finals in December final year, stated she has put the All England loss at the back of her awareness on qualifying for the Olympics.
Qualification for next yr’s Tokyo Games will rely on badminton global rankings among April 29, 2019, and April 26, 2020. Two gamers each from men’s and women’s category might be allotted an Olympic berth if they are ranked in the top 16. “2019, it wasn’t a really properly begin. I had been losing and winning,” global No six and top seed Sindhu advised journalists ahead of the India Open starting Tuesday. “It is these 3 tournaments (India, Malaysia, and Singapore), and then the Olympic qualifications will also start. I ought to be mentally and physically match to provide my exceptional. “I felt awful for a few days (after the All England loss); however, then I thought it’s not over with this, and there are lots extra to come. Every time you could come again a lot stronger and analyze from your errors,” stated the star shuttler. Sindhu will open in opposition to compatriot Mugdha Agrey and is anticipated to face a sterner check later within the week with Thailand’s Ratchanok Intanon and Chinese 1/3 seed He Bingjiao additionally in rivalry.