India’s high lady wrestler Vinesh Phogat is happy along with her preparation for the Tokyo Olympics which begin on July 23.
“I’m heading in the right direction however want to make minor changes in coaching to be totally match when the principle occasion takes place in July,” said the 26-year-old wrestler.
Since January, Vinesh has participated in three international competitions. She noted that recovery is an issue that needs to be tackled.
“After weight-loss, the body and mind doesn’t function properly. It is important for me to learn how to tackle this issue in the coming days,” she stated.
Vinesh was anticipating good competitors within the Asian Wrestling Championships that concluded just lately in Almaty. However, high wrestling nations like China, Japan and Korea withdrew due to suspected Covid-19 circumstances of their respective groups.
“I feel I’m heading in the right direction for a very good efficiency in Tokyo. Every competitors is completely different and all rivals have a distinct set of play. So it’s essential for me to work accordingly,” she added.
Vinesh said she will be travelling to Europe next week for training. “As of now, there is no restriction on visitors from India. I will be going to Bulgaria and Poland. But if there is any travel restriction we will tackle it,” she stated.
The worldwide wrestler from Haryana is conserving herself focussed on coaching, and issues equivalent to postponement of Tokyo Olympics due to surge in Covid-19 circumstances for the second time, shouldn’t be on her thoughts.
“The Tokyo Olympics is not going to be the top of wrestling for me. I’ll proceed to practice and compete so long as I can,” she added.
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