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PV Sindhu said on her easy draw in Olympics – got a good draw but nothing easy

PV Sindhu, who won the silver medal in the Rio Olympics, is also the country’s biggest medal hope this time.

This time the country is expecting a gold medal from Rio Olympics runner-up silver medalist PV Sindhu. He is a strong contender in India’s medal hopes in the 2020 Olympics, which is going to start in Tokyo. The draw he has got for this Olympics is being considered easy. Sindhu said that the draw is favorable but nothing is easy.Also Read – Sachin Tendulkar wished the Indian Olympic team, said – Athletes did not give up

Rio Olympic silver medalist defending champion Sindhu has been placed in Group J in women’s singles along with Hong Kong’s Chiung Engan Yi (34th rank) and Israel’s Ksenia Polikarpova (58th rank). Also Read – Olympics 2020: Mary Kom and hockey captain Manpreet Singh to be flag bearers at the opening ceremony

World number seven Sindhu said in a release issued by the Badminton Association of India, “Everyone will be in top form. Hope I can do well. Every match is important, so match by match strategy has to be made. This is the Olympics and nothing will come easy in this. Also Read – Tokyo Olympics: Olympics will be held without spectators, indications are being received

In men’s singles, world number 15 B Sai Praneeth has been placed in Group D along with Mark Kalzou (29th rank) of the Netherlands and Misha Zilberman (47th rank) of Israel.

Praneeth said, ‘The draw is mixed. Neither difficult nor easy. I have to give my hundred percent so that I can win all the matches. World number 10 men’s doubles team Chirag Shetty and Satwik Sairaj Rankireddy are likely to face a tough challenge in the league stage. They have been placed in Group A along with world number one Kevin S Sukamujo and Marcus F Guidon of Indonesia.

India’s doubles coach Matthias Bo of Denmark said, “It is a tie group and even if you lose one match, you are not out because nobody knows what will happen in the next match.” In the singles category 42 players are divided into 14 groups. There are three players in each group and the top player will advance to the knockouts. Badminton tournament will start from July 24.


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