Saina Nehwal targeted the global governing body BWF. (SAINA NEHWAL / INSTAGRAM)
Saina Nehwal had sought permission to meet her physio and later targeted the global governing body BWF for not allowing the players to serve as trainers and physios.
The Asia stage in Bangkok will feature two Super 1000 competitions Yonex Thailand Open (12–17 January) and Toyota Thailand Open (19–24 January), followed by 15,00,000 prize HSBC BWF World Tour Finals from 27–31 January. . The BWF said in a statement that the Asian phase in Bangkok received good news when all 824 participants involved in Green Zone segregation were found to be negative in the Kovid-19 trial.
He said that now players will be allowed to train with strict safety rules. The Indian team includes players like PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal and Bisai Praneeth, who are in contention for a place in the Olympics. All these have been given training time. The players also attended the first gym session in the afternoon. Players can now get physio service in their rooms, but according to the rules, they will have to take time first.
Saina targeted BWFSaina had on Tuesday sought permission to meet her physio and later targeted the global governing body BWF for not allowing the players to serve as trainers and physios. The BWF, in an official response, said that Thailand Badminton Association (BAT) and BWF had received Saina Nehwal’s request through BAI, seeking approval to meet the physio.
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It said that the BAT informed BAI and Saina Nehwal about the rules and told them that the players would be allowed to take physio service in their rooms only after the practice starts (from January 6). BWF said that it has been clearly stated in the list letter that all the players and employees involved in the Green Zone in Bangkok will remain in their rooms till the practice starts from January 6.