World championship bronze medallist, B. Sai Praneeth, is concerned about the breaks by way of quarantine before a major tournament in the current grim scenario because of the pandemic.
“The problem is we have been training for long without any events as the scheduled tournaments are getting cancelled or postponed. So, now if you look at the Malaysian Open starting from May 25 and then the Singapore (last two qualifying events before Olympics), we are supposed to be in quarantine for one week and then have only two days of training before the event,” the 28-year-old Praneeth told Sportstar.
“Essentially these sort of long breaks after all the efforts to peak for the tournaments is actually a major irritant,” he added.
He continued that training was on as usual, but the players sorely missed…