Shuttler Saina Dareemo End of the Year PBL Sometimes it affects the body

Mumbai: Premier League Badminton (PBL), which starts on Saturday, is held at the end of the year after exciting seasons and sometimes affects the body of the players, feels Indian singer Saina Nehwal.

"Everybody gives me 100%, that's for sure, and I want to win, but it's at the end of the year and sometimes it happens in the body. the best, "Saina said at a press conference on PBL-4.

Saina, who will lead the north east of the nine-team league, responded by saying that the players would be able to restore the PBL reinforcement that they normally play in the Super Series.
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"It's not the same competition, it's a team event, you can enjoy a group game, it's always a party, we see lots of games, as well as youths," Badminton is now growing because shapes (among the top girls) and because of the title, "he insisted Olympic Games 2012 Olympic Games.
Carol Carolina Marin, world's tallest sports researcher and researcher, agreed on Saina. "The pressure is different from ours, we have to get to know a team," Marin said, who will lead the Pune 7 Aces.

Badminton national national coach Poulela Gopichand said the title helped the players such as Sr. Srikanth in the past three years to improve his international standard.

"For example Srikanth – the league has helped, he even helped even even doubled the Satviksairaj Rankired and Ashwini (Ponappa) and got more confident after playing.

"There were good answers from the young players who came to clubs, many people are doing well and that they have been part of their teams – playing or not playing," Gopi said.

Atul Pande, one of Sportzlive's organizers (under the Badminton Association of India) said the only Badminton World Cup winner is now in December (December).

"The Super Series of events (players) must play a game every day but here it is usually once a day, and it is easier for the body," he said.

He was convinced that the customer still does not do anything. "Generally, there is no reward, no money, not like many other leagues, at this time the average revenue level is not enough to break up," he said.

| Edited by: Devazyuti Das