Coach Park Tae Sang has been continuing to train PV Sindhu in Hyderabad, India amidst the pandemic crisis in India.

In a recent interview, he commented, “Sindhu’s condition is improving, but it is not easy to predict the prospects of medals for the Tokyo Olympics because international tournaments are not held.”

When asked about his plans after the Olympics, he said, “During a video call, my 3-year-old daughter said ‘Daddy come and play with me’. It hurts my heart. I don’t know what will happen after the Tokyo Olympics. I want to go to Korea and stay with my family.”

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