PV Sindhu coaching is on break. In a recent conversation with the newly-appointed Assistant Directors of the Sports Authority of India, World Champion Shuttler PV Sindhu said that it would be difficult to hire foreign coaches in the future due to the COVID-19 outbreak. So this is an excellent opportunity for former Indian International players to step forward and fill in those positions.
She further added that several good players in India have played and represented our country on International Level. So they can be assigned for coaching purposes. She also shared that these players can be an ideal match in a coaching capacity.
Sindhu’s conversation with SAI
PV Sindhu had shared her insights upon this matter during her conversation with Assistant Directors of the Sports Authority of India(SAI) that was conducted through the webinar. She also stressed the importance of support from coaches, parents and administrators for the player, further adding that this kind of support plays a huge role in keeping them motivated.
Addressing SAI Directors, she said that the administrators should visit all SAI regional centers and be aware of all player’s performance along with communicating with their parents. PV Sindhu coaching was firmly supported by her parents. She believes that parent’s involvement plays a vital role in shaping the career of a player and collecting their feedback is a must.
She suggested Young Sports administrators to look after the diets and supplements of athletes at various centers and also told them to understand how the SAI coaching system works.
PV Sindhu talks about her journey.
PV Sindhu coaching is rigorous. The Olympics silver medalist said that her parents’ support was always with her and before the Rio Olympics, her mother gave up her job to take care of Sindhu. Her Father also took a leave of two years from his job.
Sindhu also appreciated the government for schemes such as “Khelo Bharat,” which helped various grassroots level sports players and insisted other organizations to do the same.She advised emerging players to cope up with their studies and not to ignore it for a career in badminton.