Even in the quarter-finals of the Indonesia Open, China’s He Bingjiao, another rally player, went on the attack and did not allow Sindhu to take the initiative. Shinde believes that Sindhu is at par with the world’s best in terms of her strokes but needs to sustain herself in the longer rallies. With just a couple of weeks between the Thailand Open and the world championships, Sindhu hasn’t got a lot of time to work on her game and technique. Along with her technique, Sindhu also needs to work on her body language when she is down in a match. The self-belief, which was very apparent till last season even when she was trailing in a match, was not visible, and this is not lost on her opponents.
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