Saina Nehwal said- I do not think I have the ability and patience to teach badminton to others
Should not go on any team bailout in World Cup, should go on its own: Hockey player Rani Rampal
Dainik BhaskarDec 26, 2019, 07:55 AM IST Sports Desk. In this decade, India achieved achievements in many sports besides cricket. While MC Mary Kom won the bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics, PV Sindhu became world champion for the first time in badminton in 2019. The Indian women's hockey team, led by Rani Rampal, qualified for the Tokyo Olympics. At the same time, Duti Chand won two silver medals (100 meters and 200 meters) at the Asian Games last year. Here are the interesting quotes of 10 such champion players of the last decade.
Mary Kom (Boxer) Mary Kom is the first player to win a boxing medal for India in the Olympics. He won a bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics. She has won six gold, one silver and one bronze medals at the Mary Kom World Championship.
Kot: After winning the Olympic medal, he said – If I can win a medal after being a mother of two, you can do it too. Take me as an example and never give up.
Duti Chand (Athletics) Duti Chand won two medals at the Asian Games last year. He admitted to being in a gay relationship even before the tournament started. He was also criticized after this. He kept his mouth shut by performing better at the Asian Games.
Kot: After being declared a homosexual athlete, he said – a boy in love is not a girl, he is just a partner.
Saina Nehwal (Badminton) Saina won a bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics. He has won two medals at the World Championship and five at the Commonwealth Games. Saina has won two bronze medals at the Asian Games.
Kot: Once on the question of retirement, Saina said- I don't think I have the ability and patience to teach badminton to others.
Abhinav Bindra (Shooting) Abhinav Bindra won the gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. India was successful in winning the gold medal at the Olympic Games for the first time since 1980. Bindra also won gold at the 2010 Delhi and 2014 Glasco Commonwealth Games.
Kot: I have only one skill that I can work harder than others. (After winning a gold medal in the Olympics.)
Under the leadership of Rani Rampal (hockey) Rani, this time the Indian team has qualified for the Olympics. It was under his leadership that the Indian team played in the World Cup last year.
Kot: Rani had said on the question of qualifying in the World Cup – in the World Cup, no team should go on bail on its own.
PV Sindhu (Badminton) Sindhu is the only Indian to win a World Championship in Badminton. He won the 2016 Rio Olympic silver medal. Apart from this, he won a gold medal in the Commonwealth Games last year.
Kot: Your dream is what defines your personality. It gives you the power to give wings and fly high.
Yogeshwar Dutt (Wrestler) Yogeshwar won bronze at the London Olympics. He then won a gold medal at the Asian Games 2014. He also has a gold medal in the Commonwealth Games 2010 and 2014.
Kot: We can't be brave without fear. (On a question about fear)
Dattu Bhokanal (rowing) Kot: I hope to one day bring water to my village. (Regarding his village Talegaon Ruhi affected by drought in Maharashtra.)
Manpreet Singh (Kabaddi) Kot: Arrived at the Five-Star Hotel off Kabaddi Road. (After the Pro-Kabaddi League started in 2014.)
Mohammad Ismail (Kabaddi, Iran) Kot: Kabaddi is a sport which can be understood in sign language. It is like a language in itself. (Talking about linguistic issues with Indian players in Pro-Kabaddi League.)