Badminton News: 2022 Indian Open champion Lakshya Sen withdrew from the Syed Modi International Super 300 tournament on Monday after feeling “tired” following his appearance in consecutive tournaments since October of the last year.
The 20-year-old Uttarakhand-born world champion stunned world champion Loh Kean Yew of Singapore in the final to claim her first Super 500 crown at the 2022 India Open on Sunday.
Former India coach Vimal Kumar was impressed with title-winning Lakshya Sen’s performance at the Indian Open but says the youngster still needs to work on his stamina and tactical acumen to perform well in international competitions .
“Since I completed the India Open 2022 tournament in Delhi last night, I have been feeling very tired and suffering from exhaustion. Under these circumstances, I am afraid that I cannot do justice to my participation in the event. “Sen said. a press conference to the organizers.
“Therefore, after consulting with my coach, physiotherapists and family, I have decided that it is best that I withdraw from the Syed Modi International 2022 tournament so that I can rest and recover, before starting to train. train seriously for the upcoming events starting in March,” he added.
“I sincerely apologize for the short notice to withdraw from the event. I hope you will understand my position and appreciate your support in this regard. I wish the tournament a smooth run and wish all participants , especially to my Indian colleagues, every success in this event,” Sen concluded.
A busy season awaits Indian players with major events like Commonwealth Games, Asian Games this year, in addition to regular BWF World Tour events including World Championships and England Championships.
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