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Good defence can help in winning matches at Azlan Shah Cup: Rupinder Pal

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With less than 10 days to go for the commencement of the 26th Sultan of Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh, Malaysia, ace drag-flicker Rupinder Pal Singh has asserted that the youngsters in the team are well-prepared to take on the challenge against top teams like Malaysia, Australia, Great Britain, and

"The 40-day camp here in involved a lot of hard work and mental conditioning. We have a new Analytical Coach (Hans Streeder) who has brought in some key changes in strategies. We worked a lot on specific areas and tried out new combinations during match practice. There has been a lot of emphasis on strong defence and I believe it will come down to how we implement these strategies in that will help us win matches," stated Rupinder.

The Indian team is slated to leave from on April 22 for Malaysia, where the tournament is scheduled to be held from April 29 to May 6, 2017.

The 27-year-old will be leading India's defence along with Harmanpreet Singh, Gurinder Singh, Pardeep Mor and Surender Kumar. Being the senior most in the back line, Rupinder will have to shoulder the responsibility of guiding these youngsters through the tournament, a role he is happy to take on.

"Yes I do have an added responsibility of guiding these youngsters but I also believe they are ready to take on individual responsibilities. Each of them know what they exactly need to do and how they need to execute the plans we have against each team. I think they are ready to take on big teams," expressed a confident Rupinder.

Ahead of the start of the 40-day camp, Indian men's team Chief Coach Roelant Oltmans had emphasised on penalty corners and improvising on the team's conversation rate. Rupinder along with the talented Harmanpreet Singh will be India's dragflick experts in and the team will be banking on them to convert the chances created. Rupinder is confident they will live up to the billing.

"We spend one hour everyday between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm specifically for drag flicks. We are also joined by former dragflicker Jugraj Singh who is part of the Coaching Staff. Jugraj has been my idol and he was also the one to introduce me to dragflick when I began my career so working with him has been great. He has been able to help us with finer details which we would otherwise miss. Having a specific Coach for drag flicking while Chief Coach Roelant Oltmans is also around has been beneficial and I am confident we will do well in Malaysia," he concluded.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Good defence can help in winning matches at Azlan Shah Cup: Rupinder Pal

With less than 10 days to go for the commencement of the 26th Sultan of Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh, Malaysia, ace drag-flicker Rupinder Pal Singh has asserted that the youngsters in the team are well-prepared to take on the challenge against top teams like Malaysia, Australia, Great Britain, New Zealand and Japan."The 40-day camp here in Bangalore involved a lot of hard work and mental conditioning. We have a new Analytical Coach (Hans Streeder) who has brought in some key changes in strategies. We worked a lot on specific areas and tried out new combinations during match practice. There has been a lot of emphasis on strong defence and I believe it will come down to how we implement these strategies in Malaysia that will help us win matches," stated Rupinder.The Indian team is slated to leave from Bengaluru on April 22 for Malaysia, where the tournament is scheduled to be held from April 29 to May 6, 2017.The 27-year-old will be leading India's defence along with Harmanpreet Singh, ...

With less than 10 days to go for the commencement of the 26th Sultan of Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh, Malaysia, ace drag-flicker Rupinder Pal Singh has asserted that the youngsters in the team are well-prepared to take on the challenge against top teams like Malaysia, Australia, Great Britain, and

"The 40-day camp here in involved a lot of hard work and mental conditioning. We have a new Analytical Coach (Hans Streeder) who has brought in some key changes in strategies. We worked a lot on specific areas and tried out new combinations during match practice. There has been a lot of emphasis on strong defence and I believe it will come down to how we implement these strategies in that will help us win matches," stated Rupinder.

The Indian team is slated to leave from on April 22 for Malaysia, where the tournament is scheduled to be held from April 29 to May 6, 2017.

The 27-year-old will be leading India's defence along with Harmanpreet Singh, Gurinder Singh, Pardeep Mor and Surender Kumar. Being the senior most in the back line, Rupinder will have to shoulder the responsibility of guiding these youngsters through the tournament, a role he is happy to take on.

"Yes I do have an added responsibility of guiding these youngsters but I also believe they are ready to take on individual responsibilities. Each of them know what they exactly need to do and how they need to execute the plans we have against each team. I think they are ready to take on big teams," expressed a confident Rupinder.

Ahead of the start of the 40-day camp, Indian men's team Chief Coach Roelant Oltmans had emphasised on penalty corners and improvising on the team's conversation rate. Rupinder along with the talented Harmanpreet Singh will be India's dragflick experts in and the team will be banking on them to convert the chances created. Rupinder is confident they will live up to the billing.

"We spend one hour everyday between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm specifically for drag flicks. We are also joined by former dragflicker Jugraj Singh who is part of the Coaching Staff. Jugraj has been my idol and he was also the one to introduce me to dragflick when I began my career so working with him has been great. He has been able to help us with finer details which we would otherwise miss. Having a specific Coach for drag flicking while Chief Coach Roelant Oltmans is also around has been beneficial and I am confident we will do well in Malaysia," he concluded.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Good defence can help in winning matches at Azlan Shah Cup: Rupinder Pal

With less than 10 days to go for the commencement of the 26th Sultan of Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh, Malaysia, ace drag-flicker Rupinder Pal Singh has asserted that the youngsters in the team are well-prepared to take on the challenge against top teams like Malaysia, Australia, Great Britain, and

"The 40-day camp here in involved a lot of hard work and mental conditioning. We have a new Analytical Coach (Hans Streeder) who has brought in some key changes in strategies. We worked a lot on specific areas and tried out new combinations during match practice. There has been a lot of emphasis on strong defence and I believe it will come down to how we implement these strategies in that will help us win matches," stated Rupinder.

The Indian team is slated to leave from on April 22 for Malaysia, where the tournament is scheduled to be held from April 29 to May 6, 2017.

The 27-year-old will be leading India's defence along with Harmanpreet Singh, Gurinder Singh, Pardeep Mor and Surender Kumar. Being the senior most in the back line, Rupinder will have to shoulder the responsibility of guiding these youngsters through the tournament, a role he is happy to take on.

"Yes I do have an added responsibility of guiding these youngsters but I also believe they are ready to take on individual responsibilities. Each of them know what they exactly need to do and how they need to execute the plans we have against each team. I think they are ready to take on big teams," expressed a confident Rupinder.

Ahead of the start of the 40-day camp, Indian men's team Chief Coach Roelant Oltmans had emphasised on penalty corners and improvising on the team's conversation rate. Rupinder along with the talented Harmanpreet Singh will be India's dragflick experts in and the team will be banking on them to convert the chances created. Rupinder is confident they will live up to the billing.

"We spend one hour everyday between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm specifically for drag flicks. We are also joined by former dragflicker Jugraj Singh who is part of the Coaching Staff. Jugraj has been my idol and he was also the one to introduce me to dragflick when I began my career so working with him has been great. He has been able to help us with finer details which we would otherwise miss. Having a specific Coach for drag flicking while Chief Coach Roelant Oltmans is also around has been beneficial and I am confident we will do well in Malaysia," he concluded.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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