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Indian men and women's hockey team captains Manpreet Singh and Rani Rampal cautioned the players to not let external factors affect their goal of achieving success.
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The women's team skipper Rani also agreed that in the next few months the players will need to up their game in all aspects.
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Rani Rampal is looking forward to seeing how her teammates respond in match situations after a long break.
The Australian said the sooner India gets to play international matches, the better willbe their preparations for the Tokyo Games, which has been shifted to next year due to the global pandemic.
23-year-old forward Shamsher Singh made his senior India debut at the Olympic Test event in Tokyo last year.
Indian women's hockey team star Manpreet Kaur is focussing on doing the basic rights in order to find a place in the national side.
Having been selected in the senior core probable group again, Tirkey says his focus is now on executing what the chief coach expects of him.
Reid knows they have next to no chance of playing international matches, including friendlies, possibly till the end of January
The experienced forward emphasised that a two-way communication system in coaching has helped the team climb up the ranks in world hockey.
The Arjuna Awardee emphasised that he has been taking things slow and not putting pressure on himself to hit top form immediately.
The 25-year-old from Jalandhar is asymptomatic and is being treated along with the other five players by doctors in Bengaluru, where the national camp is due to start on August 20.
Meanwhile, the men's team will find out this month the status of the Asian Champions Trophy. The Asian Hockey Federation (AFH) will meet to take a call on going ahead as per schedule.
It has been known for more than two months that the players, most of whom had been 'homesick' for a while, wanted to leave. But the authorities did not sanction their departure.
The 72-year-old passed away on Sunday due to stomach ailments but has left a lasting legacy on many generations of hockey players from the state.