Saina Nehwal is ready to impress in Women’s Singles category at upcoming events – Badminton news

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Saina Nehwal is ready to impress in Women’s Singles category at upcoming events – Badminton news
Saina Nehwal, the most successful and top shuttler in Women’s Singles category of India, is confident to get back on the right track for the upcoming back-to-back events including the 2011 China Masters Super Series and 2011 Japan Open Super Series.
Saina is currently placed at Number Five in the world rankings of Women’s Singles and is determined to get into the top-three by performing well in both events. She wants to end the disappointment of her loss in the Women’s Singles quarter-final at the 2011
World Championships, held in London.
The 21-year-old Indian has not participated in any international event after the World Championships and was busy in training sessions to eliminate her weaknesses which caused her defeat in the mega event.
While speaking to Mail Today, Saina said, “I have not played any tournament since the World Championships (in August). I have been training really hard and feel I can give a good account of myself.”
The Haryana-born Saina is working hard to find her momentum and is optimistic to regain form at upcoming tournaments. She said, “There are no more major events this year. So my aim is to break into the top three and end the year on a high. The China Masters
is one of the toughest tournaments on the circuit because all the Chinese players compete in it.”
Saina will take on her country-mate, Aditi Mutatkar in the Women’s Singles opening round and is expected to meet the top seed and World Number One shuttler, Wang Shixian in the quarter-final stage.
Talking about her expected contest against Shixian, Saina said, “She is one of the most consistent players in the world right now. It is a challenge which I look forward to.”
The Indian knows that playing against Shixian in China will be challenging as the player is the best in the world and will also have the advantage of a humongous home crowd. However, the Indian is determined to put up a strong show against all shuttlers,
as she has worked hard on her weaknesses.



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