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PBL 3: Saina Nehwal vs PV Sindhu match not happening just yet

first_imgSaina Nehwal will miss out on the first tie of the Premier Badminton League (PBL) between Awadhe Warriors and Chennai Smashers on Thursday.Since Saina is still recovering from an ankle strain, the marquee clash between PV Sindhu and her will not happen just yet.PBL 3 was slated to kick start with Saina vs Sindhu at the heart but the fans are all set to be disappointed in that respect.”Saina is recovering from a small ankle issue which she had developedfew weeks back. She is recovering well and we are expecting her to befully fit for the next match,” Awadhe Warriors coach Anup Sridhar said. #ContestAlertStart with your predictions already! #PredictTheTrump of #CHEvAWD and stand a chance to WIN #VodafonePBL merchandise.Check the T&Cs here: https://t.co/3XMUizSLFE pic.twitter.com/mMP7duX1Uj- PBL India (@PBLIndiaLive) December 23, 2017Saina and Sindhu last met in the final of the National Badminton Championship in Nagpur where the former came out victorious in straight sets.Saina, recently, lashed out at BWF for its cramped schedule in 2018 saying players don’t have time to breath between tournaments and it may lead to injuries.”Lots of practice and recovery time needs to be given to players between tournaments. Just pointing Nationals is not right, there are too many tournaments anyway, if you see even PBL makes it heavy. 2018 is especially tough with Asian Games and Commonwealth Games (CWG) also there. Earlier this year, when the BAI made it compulsory for the top shuttlers to participate in the Nationals, subsequent to which Srikanth got an injury and could not participate in China Open and Hong Kong Open, a lot of questions were raised on the frequency of matches the top badminton players play.advertisement”In a big tournament like World Championships, half your energy is gone and then having a tournament as big as that with only two weeks in between, it is challenging yourself mentally and physically once more and that is not easy. There is no time at all and that is why you see quite some top players not at their 100 per cent,” Saina told reporters at a pre-tournament event.last_img read more