Manoj Sarkar shares how he handle match pressure during Tournament
In a recent interview with MyPencildotcom, Manoj Sarkar talks about how he handles his mental health during his matches. He said that It wasn’t much difficult to handle the pressure because he always have a support of his parents and they always thought him to enjoy the game and always give his best. He also added that when he met Prime Minister Modi, he also told him that he shouldn’t take any pressure and enjoy his game without thinking about anything. Our people will always be there for us whether we win or lose.
He also told about his Journey that he started with a ten rupees racket and ended with the silver racket, which he received from one of his fan. He remembered his old days when he cried for a racket and his mother used to beat him too but he kept on insisting. However, he convinced his mother and today he reached at this position in front of everyone.
Manoj Sarkar is a para-badminton player from India who competes in the SL-3 classification. He won a bronze medal in the men’s singles event at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics after defeating Japan’s Daisuke Fujihara. In 2017, he won a silver medal in the Para-Badminton World Championships of the Badminton World Federation (BWF).
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