India’s top table tennis player Sharat Kamal said, Kovid is not easy to prepare for the Olympics during the period, but will go with full preparation. In the virtual press conference of the Indian Sports Authority (SAI), Sharat said, ‘It is about preparing for the Olympics. There is no way, but we have to find a way to pay attention to our performance and prepare for it.
New Delhi. India’s top table tennis players Sharat Kamal Has said that it is not easy to prepare for the Olympics when the country is facing the Kovid-19 epidemic but he assured that the players will leave no stone unturned to win the medal. India’s second health system has collapsed due to the second wave of Kovid-19. More than three lakh cases are coming in the country every day for the last few days and more than 2000 people are dying. Speaking at a virtual press conference of the Sports Authority of India (SAI), Sharat said, “This is not the way to prepare for the Olympics, but we have to find a way to focus on our performance and prepare for it.” We are trying to achieve our goal by saving ourselves. Sharath, who is preparing for his fourth Olympics, said that he is in a better state mentally than last year.
Last year, India was affected by the first wave of Kovid-19. He said, “Last year we were scared of everything. We were thinking only negative things. When so many people were dying, I did not feel like playing. Now we have a goal and our focus is on achieving it. Sarat said, “It is not easy to formulate a clear plan and apart from that traveling is also an issue. Earlier I could go to China or Korea for two weeks. It was very easy. We were considering inviting some foreign players but now it is really difficult.
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