Saina, on her part, replied that she was keen to have that aggression in her game, which Kohli shows on the field. “I would love to get more aggression like u for winning more matches. I m trying hard for that. Thank u so much [sic],” wrote the 26-year-old shuttler.
Vimal Kumar, Saina’s personal coach, is also happy to see his student getting faster and improving on her attacking skills on the court. “In my opinion, she is moving much faster and attacking than ever before. This win should spur her preparations towards the Olympic Games in August,” said.
“There is a lot of scope for improvement and the next six to seven weeks, which will help her prepare better,” he continued. When you have no aches and pains and that you gain by doing the right physical conditioning you can get to a level and play to your potential. Saina to a certain extent is able to find a good balance in her work outs.”