"I will consider retirement after the Asian Para Games, once I discuss with my family, coaches and friends. The thought has come to my mind as I have been dealing with a shoulder injury for the past one and a half years," Jhajharia told PTI from Jakarta.
"My shoulder has a tear and I have not been able to recover from that fully. That is why I am thinking whether I should continue or not. For now I have my event on 11th (October) and only when I get back to India I will think about retirement," said the champion athlete.
Will he carry on till the 2020 Paralympic Games?
"As I said, it is only after the Asian Games that I can decide whether I can go on till 2020. I will be almost 40 in Tokyo. So it needs to be discussed with all the people involved and then I will take a call.
He picked his two Paralympic gold as the highlight of his career.
"It has been 16 years since then and I have been winning medals for the country. If I have to pick, the Rio gold was big for me, to break the world record after 12 years. I worked really hard for that.
"The 2004 gold was special mainly because there were no facilities back then," he added.
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