With Dubai World Super Series Final starting from Thursday, Olympic silver-medallist P V Sindhu is aiming to cap off a successful season on a high and is looking to clinch yet another title.
Sindhu continued her amazing form this season as she clinched the India Open Super Series and Korea Open Super Series, besides bagging the silver at Glasgow World Championship and Hong Kong Open last month.
“It has been a good year for me and I’m very happy with my performance. I won two Super Series and a runners-up and also a silver at World Championship. I have no regrets because I did pretty well this season. Now I really hope the year ends on a good note, that is at the Dubai Super Series Finals, I hope I do well there,” Sindhu told a news agency PTI.
“It is not going to be easy as all the top players will be playing in this event. Each match from the first round itself will be very tough. So I will have to be prepared from the start to do well in Dubai,” Sindhu added.
The 22-year-old Indian has played all the 12 Super Series tournaments this season and she credited her training sessions which helped her to manage the workload.
“Training was going well and I had to be prepared for every match. Every month we had tournaments and I am happy the way I have managed the workload. It worked out fine for me,” said Sindhu.
Asked about the schedule next year, Sindhu said: “I think it would be a hectic schedule next year and we have to plan it out accordingly and play tournaments because each event will be important and also we have other important tournaments such as Commonwealth Games and Asian Games.
“It’s just that we have to be prepared. I will have to sit with my coach and plan accordingly. The scheduling will depend on the training sessions, how fit I am and how I am playing and also it’s my coach’s decision, so I will sort it out with him which tournaments to play,” she added.