RMV Gurusai Dutt.
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RMV Gurusaidutt after his injuries breakthrough is fighting it hard and is ready for climbing the rankings ladder once again to regain his position in the world top 25 position by year end.
It was remarkable to note Gurusai Dutt was at his career best ranking of World No. 19 in 2013.
“I’ve been injured on and off. I had a quadricep strain after Vietnam open. And there has been a long time issue with plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendinitis in my right foot. Each injury took atleast 2 weeks,”
“Though they were not major but took time to recover. And because of the small niggles, I’m not able to continue my training. My back was also giving some problem. But now I look better,” added the 25-year-old, who clinched a bronze at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow last year.
Asked about his plans now, Guru said: “I am playing a challenger and a Grand Prix in Bulgaria and Dutch Open. I have also entered for Bitburger and Bahrain.
“My first aim is to get into top-30 before Hong Kong and the Macau Open. By the year end, top 25 would be good with the way I’m going. For now, it’s important to take one tournament at a time,” said the Hyderabadi.