PV Sindhu shares injury update on social media, says ‘Rehab on Track’

PV Sindhu shares injury update on social media, says ‘Rehab on Track’

PV Sindhu was injured during the French Open in October earlier this year, and would be aiming to be fit in time for Paris 2024.

Star India badminton player PV Sindhu is out of action due to a left knee injury, and will only be back next year, in the all-important Paris 2024 Olympics year. But the WR-12 Sindhu has started her rehab and is well on track to make a speedy comeback. On Friday, the Indian shuttler shared a video on Instagram, that showed her journey of rehab.

Sindhu captioned the video, “Rehab on track, long road ahead, all in for the good times after!”


Plans for Paris 2024 & Partnership with Prakash Padukone

While Sindhu is out of action at the moment, but she is not letting the time slip. While she is doing all in her capability to comeback soon, she has also partnered with legendary Prakash Padukone, to arrest the slide in her form. She had announced on X, “For those wondering and constantly asking me, the cat is finally out of the bag!! Prakash sir is assuming the role of the mentor in my setup. I started training with him at the end of August, and it’s been uphill ever since. He’s more than a mentor; he’s my guide, my guru, and, above all, a true friend. I wholeheartedly believe he possesses the magic to bring out the absolute best from my game. I am so grateful he reached out to me with one call when I was in Japan, and we’ve built on that connection exceptionally well.


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