Fasting has been tough for Mohammad Ahsan in this year’s Ramadan as compared to last year. Last year, he could maintain a full fast as there were no international tournaments.

Ahsan: β€œLast year, all tournaments were cancelled. So during the fasting days, the training was only to maintain (physical) fitness. Now (training) is normal, morning and evening… It’s tough, but I will try to keep fasting.”

Ahsan trains 8 to 11 in the morning and another hour and a half in the afternoon.

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