We’ll try our best to win gold at CWG 2022 : Harmanpreet Singh

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India]: India’s Hockey Team Vice-Captain for the competition, Harmanpreet Singh revealed that the National side will try its best to win a gold medal at Commonwealth Gamings 2022.

With a little over two weeks to opt for the Indian men’s hockey team’s initial match at the Republic Games 2022, the National team’s preparations for the prominent competition are carrying on industrious.
” Our team has been carrying out well, We played well in FIH Hockey Pro Organization as well as well as therefore the self-confidence is high within the team. We will look to maintain winning suits. We will definitely attempt our best to win Gold at the Republic Games 2022,” said Harmanpreet.

Mentioning the group’s prep work for CWG 2022, Harmanpreet said, “Our preparations for the Republic Games 2022 are continuing very well. We are working on specific elements of our video game throughout our training sessions and we are concentrating on the knowings from the FIH Hockey Pro League.”

The Defender also discussed the specific elements the team is currently working on at the SAI University in Bengaluru, “We are specifically working on our completing as well as defending abilities at the moment. Overall, we are striking the best notes in the practice sessions. We’ll just maintain working hard on our video game and attempt to keep improving day by day as a group.”

The 26-year-old additionally expressed that the Indian group has been playing method matches during training, “We have actually been playing practice suits during our training sessions. Our Main Team has actually been playing against the remainder of the gamers in the National Camp. We have actually played a suit on daily given that Monday. The technique suits have helped us boost our on-field coordination and also gave us with an opportunity to evaluate our techniques.”

The Indian Men’s Hockey Team will certainly take on Ghana in their first match of the Republic Gamings 2022 in Birmingham on Sunday, July 31.

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