espite winning a bronze medal at the recently-concluded London Olympics, champion shuttler Saina Nehwal
says her success story has just started and there’s more to be achieved. .
Currently ranked world No 4, she is already training her sights on a gold medal at the next Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in four years time.
But for that to happen she will have to find a way to break the Chinese stranglehold, one of her biggest drawbacks.
The 22-year-old from Hyderabad, the first Indian to win a medal from badminton at the quadrennial Games, will be on Rediff chat
on Sunday, September 9, at 1130 IST
Click here to join in and congratulate her while discussing her meteoric rise, the Olympics outing and plans for the future.
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