Olympic Medal Prospect Lakshya Sen To Train With World No. 1 Victor Axelson

New Delhi: Star Indian Badminton player Lakshya Sen will prepare with World No. 1 Victor Axelson in Dubai for the impending competitions. The 20-year-old is viewed as a splendid decoration prospect at the Olympics.Also Read – Nikhat Zareen Vows To Bring Olympic Medal To India

Lakshya Sen’s proposition to prepare with the World No. 1 badminton player in Dubai was endorsed by Mission Olympic Cell (MOC) Committee individuals on Thursday. This move will give the player a gigantic lift and experience in front of the critical badminton competitions, including the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham. Additionally Read – Govt Sanctions Neeraj Chopra’s Request To Train In Finland’s Kuortane Olympic Training Center Ahead Of Diamond League

Lakshya Sen, who was important for the Indian men’s group that won the esteemed Thomas Cup in May 2022, will do the preparation with Axelson in Dubai from May 29th till fifth June (eight days). He will then go out to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on June nineteenth to prepare at the Malaysian Training Center from nineteenth till 26th June (eight days). Likewise Read – IPL 2022 GT versus RR Match Prediction Video: Who Will Win first Playoff to Fix The IPL Final Spot at Eden Gardens

Both the preparation proposition were supported by MOC in anticipation of the Commonwealth Games. The authorized sum will take care of the expense of his and his physio’s air travel, boarding and housing, and personal stipend among different costs.
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Close by Lakshya Sen’s proposition, the MOC Committee likewise cleared badminton player and Olympic Silver medallist PV Sindhu’s proposition for monetary help towards her wellness coach M Srikanth Madapalli to go with her for numerous impending competitions.

Srikanth is set to go with Sindhu during Indonesia Masters (7-twelfth June), Indonesia Open (14-nineteenth June), Malaysia Masters (28 June to 3 July), and Malaysia Open (5-tenth July), and Singapore Open (12-seventeenth July).