'I am eager to do well' - Lakshya Sen feels confident ahead of Commonwealth Games 2022

Lakshya Sen has revealed that is he is confident of winning a medal at the Commonwealth Games 2022 to be held in Birmingham

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Lakshya Sen, the young shuttler from India, is all set to take on the big stage at the Commonwealth Games 2022. He said to the Times of India that feels confident ahead of the event. He became the youngest man to win a medal at the World Championships last December. And he had also won the India Open earlier this year. He has been electric throughout and would look to continue the same.

With the likes of Kidambi Srikanth and Lakshya Sen battling at the Commonwealth Games 2022, India has a brighter chance to win medals. Both have been training hard at Hyderabad and Bangalore respectively. Srikanth had his training in Hyderabad, while the latter had his training in Bangalore. Needless to say, both have been the best for India in international events.

Lakshya Sen said that he wanted to do it for India and he was eager to do well in the multi-sport event. This will be the first Commonwealth Games for the youngster. Young and daring Lakshya will do all it takes to give their best for the country. "I have been training continuously for the last three weeks. This is my first Commonwealth Games and I am eager to do well," he said.

Lakshya also said that he had prepared very well. He added that he wanted to take it to match by match. "I have prepared well and I want to do well. I want to take it match by match," he said. Lakshya added that he had not thought about the draw yet though he agreed that was crucial. He said that he would plan the strategy once the draw is out.

“The draw is crucial. Once it is out, we can plan the strategy. But I am not thinking too far ahead now,” Lakshya added. The shuttler said that he was happy to be there and would look to go well. "I feel good about returning there. I like the atmosphere at the venue," Lakshya concluded.

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