After a three-week break, a 33-member Indian men’s hockey core probable group, including skipper Manpreet Singh and goalkeeper P.R. Sreejesh, will return to the national camp scheduled to begin in Bengaluru from Tuesday.

The camp will take place at the Sports Authority of India campus and the core group will undergo a mandatory quarantine period before re-starting training as per SAI and Hockey India SOPs.



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“I expect the players to return feeling fresh both mentally and physically after this three-week break,” chief coach Graham Reid was quoted as saying in a Hockey India release.

“In our previous National Camp, we hit desirable numbers in various parameters including the Yo-Yo Test. Our aim will be to up the ante in the current camp and be prepared for forthcoming competition.” The Indian men’s hockey team had…

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