PV Sindhu set to travel to Bengaluru to train under Prakash Padukone

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31-12-2023

    The plan is for her to be ready for the Badminton Asian Team Championship: PV Ramana

    The focus is on strengthening right now and also getting her movements back: PV Ramana

    PV Sindhu will be travelling to Bengaluru on January 2nd

Indian badminton star PV Sindhu has made her way back to the court after an injury ruled out her participation  for 2 months. She will be travelling to Bengaluru on January 2nd to train under former Badminton star Prakash Padukone. “The cat is finally out of the bag. Prakash Sir is assuming the role of the mentor in my setup. I started training with him at the end of August and it has been uphill ever since. He’s more than a mentor, he’s my guide, my guru and above all a true friend,” she had posted on the microblogging site X (formerly known as Twitter).

PV Sindhu’s father PV Ramana spoke to RevSportz about her recovery process. “Sindhu is back to get a feel of the courts after a break which was taken to ensure she is fully fit. The focus is on strengthening right now and also getting her movements back. We followed the full protocol as advised by the orthopaedic surgeon. I am glad she is now in the strengthening phase and able to execute her strokes. Sindhu is training at the Film City Club in Hyderabad for about 45 minutes daily. There is no rush, though I will add she is not attempting to play points at this point of time. Even now, the MCL (Medial Collateral Inflammation) on the left knee was just an inflammation but Sindhu and I decided with the doctors that complete rest for two months would be ideal. The plan is for her to be ready for the Badminton Asian Team Championship,” he said.

PV Sindhu set to travel to Bengaluru to train under Prakash Padukone

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    The plan is for her to be ready for the Badminton Asian Team Championship: PV Ramana

    The focus is on strengthening right now and also getting her movements back: PV Ramana

    PV Sindhu will be travelling to Bengaluru on January 2nd

Indian badminton star PV Sindhu has made her way back to the court after an injury ruled out her participation  for 2 months. She will be travelling to Bengaluru on January 2nd to train under former Badminton star Prakash Padukone. “The cat is finally out of the bag. Prakash Sir is assuming the role of the mentor in my setup. I started training with him at the end of August and it has been uphill ever since. He’s more than a mentor, he’s my guide, my guru and above all a true friend,” she had posted on the microblogging site X (formerly known as Twitter).

PV Sindhu’s father PV Ramana spoke to RevSportz about her recovery process. “Sindhu is back to get a feel of the courts after a break which was taken to ensure she is fully fit. The focus is on strengthening right now and also getting her movements back. We followed the full protocol as advised by the orthopaedic surgeon. I am glad she is now in the strengthening phase and able to execute her strokes. Sindhu is training at the Film City Club in Hyderabad for about 45 minutes daily. There is no rush, though I will add she is not attempting to play points at this point of time. Even now, the MCL (Medial Collateral Inflammation) on the left knee was just an inflammation but Sindhu and I decided with the doctors that complete rest for two months would be ideal. The plan is for her to be ready for the Badminton Asian Team Championship,” he said.

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