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Ashmita Chaliha aims to break into top 50

By KAUSAV BARUAH

GUWAHATI, Feb 17 - With some splendid performances in the recent past, Ashmita Chaliha is now eying to climb up the ladder of BWF World Rankings.

In an interview with The Assam Tribune, the rising star speaks about her recent Premier Badminton League (PBL) experience as well as various aspects of the game.

Excerpts from the interview:

The Assam Tribune (AT): What is your next target?

Ashmita Chaliha (AC): My next target is to break into the world top 50. For that I will be playing more international tournaments in the near future. I am confident about performing well at international platforms and improve my ranking.

AT: What do you have to say regarding the PBL experience?

AC: My experience at PBL has been really fun this year. It has also been a great learning experience. I have watched and played with some of the best talents from across the world. It has helped me develop some new ideas for my game and I am sure this experience at PBL will help me in my upcoming tournaments. Overall, it�s been a rewarding experience.

AT: What do you have to say regarding the potential in Assam? Although it has been a force to reckon with but there was a barren patch until you came into the scene.

AC: Assam has got some really good talent. Many players in the junior circuit are from Assam and are playing really well. After I started practising at the Assam Badminton Academy and produced some good results, it has encouraged kids here to improve their focus and practice hard. I am certain we will have many budding talents from the State in badminton in the future.

AT: With the Olympics just a few months away, how do you rate Indian shuttlers at the mega event?

AC: India has some of the most talented players in the world. The players are really focused and I am sure if they perform to their fullest potential India can win some medals in badminton at Tokyo.

AT: Assam Badminton Academy is something you have spoken about. What is your assessment?

AC: Assam Badminton Academy is an academy where I have practised for a really long time. It has supported me and helped me improve my game. After I started practising at the academy, I have seen some major improvements in my game and that has reflected in my performance and the results. So I would say it�s one of the best academies and I would rate it ten out of ten.

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Ashmita Chaliha aims to break into top 50

GUWAHATI, Feb 17 - With some splendid performances in the recent past, Ashmita Chaliha is now eying to climb up the ladder of BWF World Rankings.

In an interview with The Assam Tribune, the rising star speaks about her recent Premier Badminton League (PBL) experience as well as various aspects of the game.

Excerpts from the interview:

The Assam Tribune (AT): What is your next target?

Ashmita Chaliha (AC): My next target is to break into the world top 50. For that I will be playing more international tournaments in the near future. I am confident about performing well at international platforms and improve my ranking.

AT: What do you have to say regarding the PBL experience?

AC: My experience at PBL has been really fun this year. It has also been a great learning experience. I have watched and played with some of the best talents from across the world. It has helped me develop some new ideas for my game and I am sure this experience at PBL will help me in my upcoming tournaments. Overall, it�s been a rewarding experience.

AT: What do you have to say regarding the potential in Assam? Although it has been a force to reckon with but there was a barren patch until you came into the scene.

AC: Assam has got some really good talent. Many players in the junior circuit are from Assam and are playing really well. After I started practising at the Assam Badminton Academy and produced some good results, it has encouraged kids here to improve their focus and practice hard. I am certain we will have many budding talents from the State in badminton in the future.

AT: With the Olympics just a few months away, how do you rate Indian shuttlers at the mega event?

AC: India has some of the most talented players in the world. The players are really focused and I am sure if they perform to their fullest potential India can win some medals in badminton at Tokyo.

AT: Assam Badminton Academy is something you have spoken about. What is your assessment?

AC: Assam Badminton Academy is an academy where I have practised for a really long time. It has supported me and helped me improve my game. After I started practising at the academy, I have seen some major improvements in my game and that has reflected in my performance and the results. So I would say it�s one of the best academies and I would rate it ten out of ten.

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