Leander Paes ‘so driven’ to win award during Rio Olympics

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Indian tennis star Leander Paes said he’s all geared adult to win a award in subsequent year’s Rio Olympics.

“To play in my seventh Olympics and emanate a world record. This is what dreams are done of…..I am so driven to win another medal,” Paes told reporters.

Talking about his credentials for a Olympics, he said, “Having prepared for 6 other Olympics, we know that we took two and a half years before a eventuality to devise my schedule, plan my aptness training to rise during that one week of Olympics.”

Paes, who sealed as a code envoy for a IDBI Federal Kolkata Marathon, pronounced he was focussed especially on performance during a Olympics 6 months later.

He pronounced that he took 3 and a half years to sight during a high altitude of 1750m above sea turn so that his lungs are better prepared.

Next month, he is going for Chennai Open as good as the Australian Open where he will be personification with Martina Hingis again, he said.

In a men’s doubles, a 42-year-old will be personification with Jeremy Chardy.

“For some athletes who usually get 10 seconds of a 100 metre race in each 4 years, it is unequivocally specific. For us tennis players if we offer a double error during a wrong time in the wrong indicate of a compare we are going to remove a Olympics,” the ace tennis actor said.

“For me training is going unequivocally well. Fitness-wise, tennis-wise we feel during good scrape of a moment. we am really looking brazen to Olympics,” Paes said.

Asked about a chances of Sania Mirza removing a award in the Olympics, he said, “Why not? we have already proven in tennis that we can win medals. Now we am looking brazen to bagging a award in singles and churned doubles.”

In future, a tennis star wants to start a sports centre for value in Kolkata to maintain immature sporting talent.