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Sathiyan heats up for Olympic Games
Apr 16, 2021, 6:00:00 AM

Sathiyan heats up for Olympic Games

The Tokyo Games are coming in hot, and a lot of players are doing their best to get ready for the intense tournament. It seems that Indian star Sathiyan Gnanasekaran continues to pour in a great deal of work in his practice with the hopes of writing history in the coming Games as well.

Sathiyan has been working hard in his training sessions in the past few weeks. The star hopes to continue to be consistent in his chase for a gold medal in the coming Tokyo Games as he wants to raise India’s banner in the contest.

The star would love to take his chances and battle out the best players in the world. There is more to expect from the Indian ace as he also wants to prove that players hailing from his country have what it takes to win a gold medal in the coming Games.

With stars such as Sharath Kamal and Manika Batra also leading the way for India, it is easy to expect that the country would have a much better shot at a podium finish. The competition won’t be easy for sure. 

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India’s triumph in the past few months proved to be a point that the country is ready to challenge the best contenders in the Olympics. Players hailing from Asia and Europe would prove to be a challenge, but Sathiyan’s confidence is off the charts.

Sathiyan came up with a fiery run in the Polish Superliga as he went unbeaten and claimed that it was a crucial pace for him to get him ready for the Games. He is keen to win bigger this time and will surely not let the chance slip by him.

‘I see the Polish league as a big opportunity to polish my skills. It’s uncertain whether we will get to compete in more good competitions in the coming days’, Sathiyan said. ‘Match practice ahead of the Olympics is an important aspect of preparation’.

Sathiyan heats up in his performance that he will show in the coming Tokyo Games. He is certain to prove a point and win a lot of matches in the coming stretch for India.

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Words: Paul Daniel Flores

Image: PA