Gopichand spoke about Sindhu and Saina at the Tata Steel Literature Festival
On Friday, Indian badminton chief national coach Pullela Gopichand admitted that it was very difficult for him to handle Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu together and he could not choose either of these players as his favorite. Gopichand has said at the Tata Steel Literature Festival that I cannot say in my dreams that either one of me is my favorite. It was difficult for me, but I was able to handle. The journey of both is different and both are champions in their own way.Boxing Olympic qualifiers postponed after Wuhan diagnosed with coronavirus
Gopichand once again said that he treated both the players as his children and felt bad when Saina left his academy to join Prakash Padukone Academy. He said that if I make someone my student, then I keep them as my child. I was very pained by Saina leaving the academy. I was saddened by it. Then when I saw him in the Olympics, I felt that she had a very good chance and then I saw her losing. Gopichand admitted that there are problems due to the busy schedule of the International Badminton Association (BWF), but at the same time he believes that a player like Sindhu will have to adjust rather than complain about it. Sindhu won the gold medal in the World Championship last year, but she could not win any other tournament.Australian Open: Nadal wins match, apologizes after kissing 13-year-old girl
Gopichand said that I believe that the busy schedule has been a problem for the top players, but this issue is related to all the players. As a top player, it is his (Sindhu's) duty to reconcile without complaining.Ind Vs NZ: Team India defeated New Zealand in first t 20 match in Auckland
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