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The belief in winning Olympic medal motivates us

With 75 days to go for the Tokyo Olympic Games, India hockey Captain Manpreet Singh has said that in spite of the difficulty of a delayed European visit because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the group trusts it has a decent opportunity to win a decoration.

“We are amazingly disillusioned at not having the option to return back to Europe for the FIH Pro League games against Spain and Germany. Those matches would have surely helped in our arrangements. Be that as it may, we comprehend these are phenomenal occasions,” said Manpreet, who is preparing with the group at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) focus in Bengaluru.

“We unequivocally accept we have the most obvious opportunity to win a decoration at the Olympics and this conviction is keeping everybody inspired and hopeful. Our preparation presently has been arranged in such a way that we top at the correct time and furthermore, we are checking extended periods of time in the sun to get our bodies accustomed to the sweltering conditions in Tokyo,” he said.

The group will keep on excess in Bengaluru, where the mentors will gadget “orderly preparing”, which will help the group top at the perfect time.

Ladies’ skipper Rani, then again, communicated help that every one of the seven players who had tried Covid-positive as of late will continue preparing this week.

“We are glad that all the (recovered) players resume training and doing fine. We are playing it safe nearby too with the goal that we stay solid and without injury leading the pack up to the Games,” she said.

“With movement limitations set up, we comprehend we should stay in SAI Center, Bengaluru and train. This is maybe similar circumstance for a portion of different nations as well. Notwithstanding these difficulties, we will keep on pursuing our objective of doing great in Tokyo. The following 75 days are significant, and we are playful collectively.”

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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