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Saina Nehwal not prepared to surrender regardless of sequence of accidents: There are some good days forward

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Star shutter Saina Nehwal stated on Wednesday that she needs to proceed working exhausting and overcome her persistent damage issues. While sustaining the considered giving up did cross her thoughts, the previous World No. 1 stated she is prepared to present herself time to utterly get well and have one other crack at profitable tournaments on the tour.

Saina Nehwal didn’t anticipate to play the India Open Super 500 event however the senior shutter was in New Delhi to be a part of the season-opener. On Wednesday, Saina progressed to the 2nd spherical after her opponent Czech Republic’s Tereza Svabikova suffered a again damage and retired mid-way.Saina was main 22-20, 1-0 and luck favoured her after she determined to show up for the Super 500 event regardless of not being absolutely match.The Indian shuttler stated she is hoping to get utterly match by March however that she needs to check herself on the Super 500 event in New Delhi.”I had good practice for 7-8 days before this event but I wasn’t expecting to play India Open. I hope I can get some more practice sessions on court. I am happy to play in India, so let’s see how many rounds I can progress,” Saina stated after reaching the 2nd spherical of India Open on Wednesday.”I am 60-70 % now. I will have to go with weight training. I can’t sit back even a day. I would say by January-end, I will get back to my full physical fitness level. We have one month in February for training as next events are in March, so I will get 4-5 week for training on court as well.”Saina Nehwal’s 2021 season ended as early as October because the star shutter picked up an damage in her first match on the Thomas and Uber Cup. She carried on and performed Denmark Open and French Open however the shutter revealed she was not capable of stroll after the French Open because of a sequence of accidents she picked up within the European leg final yr.Saina didn’t play any event after March and solely returned in October however she missed a sequence of tournaments within the Asian leg, together with the BWF World Championships in December.MENTAL PART OF DEALING WITH INJURIES DIFFICULT: SAINA”I was able to take the tough training but one bad slip and my groin had lot of issues. I got a tear (during Thomas and Uber Cup Final) but I didn’t know that the knee was also going through some issues which got bad in French open,” Saina stated.”Till that match, I didn’t know it was so bad and after that I was limping. It is a challenge and I want to accept. Let’s see what all injuries my body can cope with. It is not easy, sometimes you feel like giving up.””The mental part is very difficult because tournaments are happening, players are winning and I am just sitting and watching them play. It is a challenge but let us fight. Maybe there are some good days ahead.””It was about three issues: I tore my cartilage, I had issues with patella and there was one more meniscus, or something which got really irritated. The knee went through a lot of trauma. Finally, a stage came when I couldn’t walk after French open.”I used to be nervous about my groin however I did not know that my knee was in massive trauma and after I got here again and did MRI, my physician was like: ‘I do not suppose you’ll be able to go for the world championship or play until the top of December,” she added.