It's likely that the team will be allowed to train even during quarantine before playing their first tournament. The next tournament - beginning on January 19 - is likely to be with fans.
He is still in Guntur so it’s unlikely that he can resume training on Friday. Praneeth confirmed to this daily that he will go.
Singhania said BAI has informed BWF about the government guidelines and specifically said that these will be followed while hosting events.
Sai Praneeth had also lost his solitary meeting on the BWF World Tour to world number 73 Sakai.
Pressure is bound to be there with the sport that has set high standards in the country.
Fourth seed PV Sindhu moved past South Korean world No.44 Kim Hyo Min 21-16, 21-14 in 49 minutes.