Sindhu moved to the UK in October and has been coaching there ever since. She is about to make her comeback to skilled badminton at two Thailand Open tournaments that will likely be performed from January 12 to 17 and the January 19 to 24.
“Travelling to the UK has been among the finest strikes I ought to say, particularly, due to the pandemic break in India. Regardless of the climate being extraordinarily chilly right here, I’m having fun with the high-intensity coaching periods,” Sindhu instructed SportStar.
“Hopefully, we’ll begin enjoying from January (2021), with the Thailand occasions lined up first. Now we have to maintain ourself protected and match by working arduous. I do know this Covid-19 goes to be there and won’t go similar to that,” Sindhu mentioned.
Sindhu’s final competitors was the All England Open between March 11 and 15.
“I’m actually wanting ahead to and excited for my first match in Thailand (after the 2020 All England Championship). Sure, psychological side is the important thing. One must be very affected person after such an extended break,” she mentioned.
Sindhu’s world rating of seven signifies that she has virtually sealed qualification to the 2021 Olympics, which was postponed from final yr and will likely be held from July 23 to August 8 this yr. She’s going to, nonetheless, be seeking to get again into the highest 5 with good ends in the tournaments main as much as the Olympics this yr.
“Undoubtedly, wanting ahead to 2021 which can also be the Olympics yr. I’m positive and hope to have an incredible yr with a successful begin in Thailand,” Sindhu mentioned.