India’s P.V.Sindhu, Football, et al.

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For me, it is always a Delight to watch P.V.Sindhu, the Badminton artist of India, playing. And today again she fought bravely, very bravely and well, and lost.

One Reason why she lost is the Stupid Rules about Time allowed one to freshen up. The match had gone on for more then 90 minutes, She was sweating, and even had some problem with her nostrils, and the ‘umpire’ being short with her could not have helped.

A match held at Dubai can’t be cheap, yet people pay that, to see her play. And many people make a living out of the ticket sales that people like Sindhu bring in. The referees are some of them who make their living out of the games of Champions. The Referee should have the brains and the grace to allow the Champions to freshen up. Sindhu was sweating, the other one was not, does it matter? Can anybody ask why Sindhu should need time to freshen up, – which after all means only wiping off the sweat most of the time, – when her opponent was not?

Going back, that Sindhu was sweating shows she was Not at the peak of her Fitness. …Coaches seem to give ideas about play, and in that case does Sindhu another coach to see to her Fitness? The two globs of fat that she has started to carry up her hips towards her back are a good indication of the point I am making.

Football? The Reason Indian football is ranked 60th or something world wise is because, our players cannot run for 90 minutes; run the 9 to 10 Kilometres that other international players can. A Question of Fitness.

Wish You Victories, Sindhu. You bring us Joy. Love to You. 🙂

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5 thoughts on “India’s P.V.Sindhu, Football, et al.”

  1. Hello.
    Well, I never seem to see an Indian team playing football, a bit weird, a country with a lot of people. But indeed each country has its own advantages.
    Anyway, thank you for sharing.

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    1. Hello, Evir! …As I like to watch sports, I get to see football too, from time to time. And once I got to see a live match between India and Vietnam, I think.

      But I refuse to put it to (Natural) advantages. The poorest countries, where the people eat just Yam, for instance, and things like, …Unbalanced diets, in short, do So well.

      Here in India, among many other causes, the problem that we are NOT diet conscious is a main reason for our doing badly in sports, etc.

      Regards. 🙂

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