Aspiring to make her “fairytale” debut for the Indian women’s hockey team at the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, young defender Manpreet Kaur is focussed on staying at the top of her game by putting in the hard yards.
After gaining useful experience and exposure representing the junior team around the world, the 22-year-old earned her maiden call-up for the senior group in January last year.
“Debut for the senior national team at a dream event like the Olympics will be a fairytale for me. I mean, it will be a different feeling altogether, but I want to keep my feet on the ground and continue doing my hard work,” Kaur was quoted as saying in a media release.
“Team selection is not in my hands, but I would say this phase is really exciting. It is bringing the best out of me in our training, and I would like to continue doing it without bothering about the team selection.
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