World champion badminton player PV Sindhu created a sensation on social media by writing ‘I am retiring’ on social media on Monday, but she made it clear in a lengthy statement that she actually ‘spread negativity, fear and uncertainty’ due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. Is retiring from The athlete, who won a silver medal at the Rio Olympics, is currently working on her nutritional and fitness needs at the Gatorade Sports Science Institute in London.
He wrote in the beginning of his post, ‘Denmark Open was the last episode. I am retiring. ‘ Sindhu wrote, “I am writing to you today that my journey is not yet complete. Representing India at the Denmark Open was the last step in this matter. “Sindhu said,” I am retiring from today’s turbulence, I am retiring from negativity, fear and uncertainty. I am from that unknown thing. I am retiring over which I have no control. “
He said, “The most important thing is that I want to retire from the poor level of hygiene standards and our lack of attitude towards the virus.” This 25-year-old player’s post also shocked Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju. Rijiju Tagged Sindhu, tweeted, “Sindhu you really gave me a small shock. I am convinced that you have the strength and will to win many titles for the country.”
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The star player, who played his previous tournament as All England in March, is planning to return from the Asia leg of the World Tour in January. He said, “This epidemic has been an eye-opener for me. I can work hard to present the challenge to the opposing players, with full force until the last shot. I’ve done it before, I can do it again. “
– Pvsindhu (@ Pvsindhu1) November 2, 2020
He wrote, “But how do I defeat this non-visible virus, which has affected the whole world?” We have been in the house for several months and every time we go out we ask ourselves. “Sindhu said that she started this post with ‘I am retiring’ so that I can cope with this dangerous virus. Reached more people who are doing it.
He wrote at the beginning of the post, “I must have pounded your beats, unprecedented times require unprecedented measures.” I think I need you to consider my point. “She said,” We should hope that the other side of the tunnel is bright. I could not attend the Denmark Open, But I can’t be stopped from training. When the hard time comes, I should come back with double effort. ” He said, “I will play in the Asia Open. I will not give up without presenting a challenge. I will not give up without conquering this fear. And when the world is not safe then I will keep doing it. “