Praneeth feels that bettering his health is what’s required for him to bridge the hole between himself and a few of the high gamers within the recreation as he isn’t lagging too far behind within the technical elements.
“I haven’t got many issues with my recreation however I need to get fitter. The extent of badminton will go up a few notches if I get healthier and stay match persistently,” Praneeth instructed the Olympic Channel.
Praneeth, who gained bronze within the 2019 World Championships, confronted Danish world No.2 Viktor Axelsen within the second spherical of the All England Open earlier within the yr and gave the impression to be on the ascendancy for a lot of the primary half of the match. He gained the primary recreation 21-15 and was main 5-0 within the second when he appeared to slack off and went on to lose the match.
“It was a little bit of a health situation for me in All England. If every little thing had gone easily and I used to be in a greater form I might have performed significantly better,” stated Praneeth.
The 28-year-old Hyderabad participant stated that he misplaced nearly three weeks in January on account of testing optimistic earlier than the Toyota Thailand Open.
“I simply wasted three weeks of my time with none fault of mine. Mentally additionally it is very taxing. In each event, you need to get Covid examined a number of instances. The outcomes are generally inaccurate,” stated Praneeth.