Sindhu went to Great Britain in October and has been training there since then. Professionals will return to badminton from the tournament in Thailand. There are two tournaments to be played in Thailand, of which the first tournament will be played from January 12 to 17 and the second tournament is to be played from January 19 to 24.
Sindhu told Sportstar, I would say coming to Great Britain has been my best move, especially due to the brakes caused by the Kovid-19 in India. The weather is very cold here but I am enjoying the training session.
Sindhu last played the tournament from 11 to 15 March as the All England Open.
He said, I am ready to play in my first tournament after the break. Yes, mentality is a first. Everyone needs to be patient after such a long break.
Sindhu has a world ranking of seven which means she has qualified for the Tokyo Olympics. The Olympics were earlier scheduled to be held between July 24 and August 9, but have been postponed for a year due to Kovid-19.
She, however, would like to do well in the top five.
He said, I am definitely ready to do well in 2021 which is an Olympic year. I hope I have a good year and start with a win with the Thailand Open.