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Sindhu hopes to be fit in time to lead India�s medal rush

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NEW DELHI, April 1: Struck by an ankle sprain prior to the Commonwealth Games, Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu hoped to regain peak fitness before the start of individual events and assured India will return with multiple medals.

Sindhu had suffered a sprain on her right ankle while practising at the Gopichand Academy on Tuesday but scans showed no injury to the bone or ligament, much to the relief of Indian contingent and fans.

�Preparation wise everything has been going on well for me. Of course, unfortunately, I sprained my ankle a bit but I think I should be fine by the time the Games starts, I hope I will be completely fit by then,� the 22-year-old Indian told PTI.

Four years ago, Sindhu had hoped of retaining the women�s singles gold that Saina Nehwal won for India for the first time in the Delhi edition.

However, the yellow metal eluded her and she settled for a bronze after losing in the semifinals to Canada�s Michelle Li.

A lot has changed since then and Sindhu is currently India�s top shuttler and a prime contender for the gold medal at CWG, given the field which is nothing compared to the Super Series tournaments that she plays throughout the year.

�Last time I had a bronze and this time I want to do well and give my best. I can�t tell a particular number but definitely we will get a lot of medals this time,� she said.

At Glasgow CWG, Sindhu had entered the tournament as an 18-year-old who had become the first Indian woman to win a medal at the World Championship. Though she settled for bronze in the event, she went on to add another bronze at the 2014 Copenhagen World Championship.

The following year, Sindhu reached the finals at Denmark Open and then clinched her third successive title at Macau Open. However, those were mere trailers of what was to come next.

Sindhu simply exploded in 2016 when she clinched India�s first silver medal in badminton at Olympics and became the toast of the country with her title at the China Open. She also won the Malaysia Masters that year. � PTI

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Sindhu hopes to be fit in time to lead India�s medal rush

NEW DELHI, April 1: Struck by an ankle sprain prior to the Commonwealth Games, Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu hoped to regain peak fitness before the start of individual events and assured India will return with multiple medals.

Sindhu had suffered a sprain on her right ankle while practising at the Gopichand Academy on Tuesday but scans showed no injury to the bone or ligament, much to the relief of Indian contingent and fans.

�Preparation wise everything has been going on well for me. Of course, unfortunately, I sprained my ankle a bit but I think I should be fine by the time the Games starts, I hope I will be completely fit by then,� the 22-year-old Indian told PTI.

Four years ago, Sindhu had hoped of retaining the women�s singles gold that Saina Nehwal won for India for the first time in the Delhi edition.

However, the yellow metal eluded her and she settled for a bronze after losing in the semifinals to Canada�s Michelle Li.

A lot has changed since then and Sindhu is currently India�s top shuttler and a prime contender for the gold medal at CWG, given the field which is nothing compared to the Super Series tournaments that she plays throughout the year.

�Last time I had a bronze and this time I want to do well and give my best. I can�t tell a particular number but definitely we will get a lot of medals this time,� she said.

At Glasgow CWG, Sindhu had entered the tournament as an 18-year-old who had become the first Indian woman to win a medal at the World Championship. Though she settled for bronze in the event, she went on to add another bronze at the 2014 Copenhagen World Championship.

The following year, Sindhu reached the finals at Denmark Open and then clinched her third successive title at Macau Open. However, those were mere trailers of what was to come next.

Sindhu simply exploded in 2016 when she clinched India�s first silver medal in badminton at Olympics and became the toast of the country with her title at the China Open. She also won the Malaysia Masters that year. � PTI

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