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The latest sequel to the “Epic Week in Croatia” campaign has reached 11 million people

first_imgThe Croatian National Tourist Board on social networks Facebook, Twitter and Instagram has successfully completed the last fourth sequel to the excellent and very popular campaign “Epic Week in Croatia – Last call”. According to the CNTB, the campaign reached more than 11 million people, and more than eight thousand new fans began to follow the channels of the Croatian Tourist Board on social networks. More than 13.000 competitors took part in the prize draw itself, and the campaign achieved excellent results in the markets of Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Poland and Austria.The winner of the last prize draw is a XNUMX-year-old Angelo Elefante from Italy who uses his travels to explore and get to know the culture of the destination in which he resides. “By choosing the activities I would like to experience during my stay in Croatia, I had the opportunity to enjoy an imaginary trip and I was amazed at how much magic your country hides. Now I am happy that this trip will come true, and I will try to convey my feelings and impressions through numerous photos and anecdotes that I intend to experience in Croatia. “, he said Elephant, adding that the meaning of travel is to share one’s own experiences and discoveries with other people.  Angelo Elefante chose from the offered experiences to taste soparnik and Brač’s vital, a visit to Split, a photo of Brač’s “house in the house”, a visit to Starogradsko polje and a photo with a Dalmatian, a well-known Croatian breed. The goal of the Epic Week campaign is  strategic positioning of Croatia as a country with a rich and wide offer in which everyone can find interesting things for themselves. The concept of “Epic Week“The campaign allowed participants to create an ideal vacation. Thus, from the list of 218 activities, the participants chose exactly those activities that would make up their dream vacation. In addition to activities, they could choose locations, sights, cities, but also flavors that they would like to experience and taste during their visit to Croatia. The prize game was attended by all those who shared the selected activities on social networks, and those whose posts collected the largest number of likes entered the grand final. The main prize was won by the person who has the best argumentative description of why she deserves a trip to Croatia, and this year it was Angelo Elefante from Italy.last_img read more

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#onokad Spaček’s meeting attracts 12.000 visitors

first_imgThe more such individuals, such as the Croatian 2CV Citroën Club, and various various event organizers, the better for the destination. And every investment in its development is multiplied on the local economy through tourism spending on various industries. I constantly emphasize how to find a niche of your own, especially when we talk about hobbies, where people are extremely passionate and tend to travel to the end of the world, just to have an unforgettable experience. And the Spaček fan club is a real example of that. The arrival was announced by Spaček fans even from Australia and the Ivory Coast. So in the development of sports tourism, everyone focuses on football, which is a big mistake, especially smaller destinations. Yes, you read that right. The 23rd Spaček World Meeting will be held in Samobor, and it is expected to attract around 3.000 vehicles and more than 12.000 participants from over 30 countries. Thus, the 23rd Spaček World Meeting is being held in Croatia for the first time, in Samobor, from July 30 to August 4 this year. It is the most massive gathering of drivers and supporters of Citroën’s legendary 2CV car, popularly called the Spaček, which has been held continuously since 1975. The organizers of this great tourist story are the Croatian 2CV Citroën Club based in Samobor, which has been gathering drivers of the popular Spaček for 20 years, but also Dyan, Mehari and other favorite Citroën vehicles in which they have traveled an enviable part of Europe and the world. The club is a member of ACI (Amicale International Citroën), an international association of Citroën clubs around the world based in Paris. “Getting the organization of such an event is a huge recognition, but also a responsibility because spačekists from all over the world come to us and we want to present them not only Samobor, but also other specialties of our country”, Says Goran Skrbin, president of the Club So in this case, thanks to Spaček, 12.000 participants will generate tens of thousands of nights and XX euros / kuna of tourist spending during the five days of the event. Thus the impact of this story as well as tourism and the organization of events in general can be concretely measured. Also, as Samobor does not have enough accommodation capacity to accommodate all participants, this event will benefit hotels and other accommodation in Zagreb and the vicinity of Samobor. “The event will certainly contribute to even greater growth in tourist traffic, which in the first four months of this year recorded 15 percent more overnight stays and 14 percent more arrivals compared to last year. “, said the director of the Zagreb County Tourist Board Ivana Alilović.center_img It is an interesting story how a good part, mostly foreign owners of Spaček, will get to know a part of our wider tourist offer. Namely, the Croatian 2CV Citroën Club organized adventure rides after the match. Thus, 2CV Adriatic Raid will go through Gorski kotar, Lika and the coast ending in the vicinity of Split, while 2CV Continental Raid will pass through continental Croatia, through Hrvatsko Zagorje, Sisak, Lonjsko polje and Slavonia ending in the vicinity of Đakovo. “With this event, Samobor stands alongside European destinations that have hosted meetings in previous years, including De Steeg in the Netherlands, Salbris in France or Ericeira in Portugal, and which have the necessary infrastructure, people and enthusiasm to organize such a large gathering. Samobor will thus not only present itself as a city, but also the whole of Croatia as a desirable tourist destination. “, said Martina Paladina, director of the Tourist Board of the city of Samobor. An excellent example of the development of sports tourism last year was in Umag, where from 29.6. to 8.7. held the World Junior Karate Championship, where over 3000 participants, primarily athletes, delegates, judges and their companions from more than 100 countries realized 18 to 20 thousand overnight stays. Yes, 20.000 nights. Sports tourism is much more than football, in fact, there is a lot more space through “small” sports. Both through sports and the organization of tourist events and congresses can significantly generate arrivals and consumption, and thus create some foundations for the extension of the story. #onokad Spaček’s meeting attracts 12.000 visitors. Great story, isn’t it?last_img read more

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Governor Wolf Hosts Discussion in Monroe County on Efforts to Combat the Opioid Abuse Epidemic

first_img January 27, 2017 Governor Wolf Hosts Discussion in Monroe County on Efforts to Combat the Opioid Abuse Epidemic SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Press Release,  Substance Use Disorder Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Wolf visited Mount Pocono Medical in Mt. Pocono and hosted a discussion with legislators, local leaders, and medical professionals on how to best continue the fight against the opioid abuse epidemic in Pennsylvania.“Ensuring that Pennsylvanians have access to the mental health and substance use care that they need is a priority for my administration. Every day, we lose ten Pennsylvanians to the disease of opioid addiction and 3,500 Pennsylvanians lost their lives in 2015 alone,” said Governor Wolf. “Mount Pocono Medical is a great example of a treatment center that understands we need to address the disease of addiction by treating the whole person in a holistic way.”Mount Pocono Medical is a Pinnacle Treatment Center and has provided drug addiction treatment since 2006. It was selected as a substance use disorder treatment Center of Excellence by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. The 2016-2017 budget included $20.4 million for Centers of Excellence which serve as central, efficient hubs around which treatment revolves. These centers will have navigators to assist people with opioid-related substance use disorders through the medical system, and ensure they receive behavioral and physical health care, as well as any evidence-based medication-assisted treatment needed.“We are grateful to Governor Wolf for naming Mt. Pocono Medical a Center of Excellence,” said Joe Pritchard, CEO of Pinnacle Treatment Centers. “This award allows us to provide more services to individuals suffering from addiction and their families.  We applaud the Governor’s determined efforts in providing the funds necessary to expand treatment services, and for continuing to fight this epidemic in our communities and our State.”In late September, Governor Wolf addressed a joint session of the General Assembly to outline a set of shared, specific legislative goals that would help tackle the opioid and heroin crisis. Together with Republicans and Democrats in both the House and Senate, Governor Wolf made a commitment to prioritize helping the victims of substance use disorder and the communities that have been devastated by this terrible disease.During the fall session, real progress was made in helping the victims of substance use disorder and the communities that have been devastated by this terrible disease. The governor and legislators made significant achievements toward fighting this epidemic by passing five major bills that will strengthen the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, restrict the number of pills that can be prescribed to minors or in emergency rooms, establish education curriculum on safe prescribing, and create more locations for the drop-off of drugs among other important initiatives.If you or someone you know is suffering from substance use disorder, help is available. Please visit pa.gov/opioids or call 1-800-662-HELP.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolflast_img read more

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School zoning a key factor in development’s success

first_imgA render used by Parc Carindale to show what is possible within the development, with buyers free to use any builder they like to build their dream home.THE location of one small residential development within a sought-after school catchment zone is proving popular with buyers.Described as “the last bit of Carindale” left to develop, two of the six lots within the first stage of Parc Carindale sold within weeks of its release. LJ Hooker Sunnybank Hills investment specialist Alex Stevenson said the development was a “dream listing”.“It is an easy one to sell,” he said. “The first and last question everyone asks is whether it is in the catchment.”The catchment refers to Mansfield State High School, one of Brisbane’s most hotly contested schools for enrolments.Mansfield State High SchoolLate last year, it was revealed parents were paying top dollar for homes within preferred school catchments to ensure their children were eligible.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours agoThe proximity of Parc Carindale to Mansfield State High School has been one of the major selling points for buyersMr Stevenson said the two blocks already sold had been bought by local families.Construction of the first homes in stage one is expected to start in March, with buyers free to choose any builder they wish.Mr Stevenson said just 14 homes would be built across the three stages of the development, which is located on acreage land held by one family for about 20 years.Land starts from $540,000, with the most expensive lot having city views and costing $620,000.“Carindale is very popular with buyers,” Mr Stevenson said. “Even just driving down the street (to Parc Carindale) is impressive, with big and beautiful homes.“It is also close to all amenities. This is basically the last bit of Carindale left.”Parc Carindale is being developed by the BriStar Group, and is just minutes from Westfield Carindale.The average block size is 570 sq m.last_img read more

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US $6.8 million Portsmouth Fisheries Complex to be opened tomorrow

first_imgLocalNews US $6.8 million Portsmouth Fisheries Complex to be opened tomorrow by: – June 1, 2011 Share Share 50 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring!center_img Share Tweet School of fish. Photo credit: eos.ubc.caThe Government of the Dominica is getting set to hold the grand opening of the Portsmouth Fisheries Centre- the 3rd fisheries complex constructed by the Government of Japan through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).  The Government of Dominica requested the “Project for the Construction of the Portsmouth Fisheries Centre” to increase the fish landings at Portsmouth and to raise the income of the fishers around the catchment area, which is from Bioche in the south to Capuchin in the north.This project was to provide fish landing and distribution infrastructures including the construction of a fish landing jetty, ice-making and cold storage facilities, and fish retailing (vending stalls).The project aimed at not only to make the landing of catches more efficient and increase the time spent at the fishing grounds through the provision of landing facilities in Portsmouth, but to promote the integration of Portsmouth and the hereby nine landing sites, to streamline the fish landing and distribution and to improve unhygienic conditions of fish retailing, by improving the freshness of the catch through the stable supply of ice, provision of permanent retailing counters, and cold storage facilities. There were four components of the project.–         Fishing Port Infrastructure included Fish landing jetty, Slipway, Sea wall and river revetment–         On-shore Fisheries Infrastructure which comprised of a Fisheries Centre Building, retail outlet counters, ice making machine, cold storage, market office, extension office, meeting room, processing room, fishermen lockers, mechanic shop, repair shed, toilet and shower building,–         Exterior Works provided a fuel station, emergency generator.–         Equipment received included insulated ice boxes and fish trays, scaled for weighing, tools for mechanic shop equipment for fish processing room and plastic buoys and concrete anchors.The opening ceremony will be addressed by various dignitaries including, the Honourable Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, Japanese Ambassador Mr. Tatsuaki Iwata, Hon. Minister for Environment, Natural Resources, Physical Planning and Fisheries Dr. Kenneth Darroux,  Parliamentary Representative for Portsmouth Mr. Ian Douglas, Chief Fisheries Officer Mr. Andrew Magloire, JICA Representative Mr. Mitsuhiro Ishida and others.The Portsmouth Fisheries Centre (PFC) was built at a cost of approximately US $6.8 million.The event is carded for Thursday and will commence from 4:30 pm.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

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Messi to part company with Barca after contract breakdown

first_imgBarcelona superstar Lionel Messi’s contract at the Camp Nou is due to expire next summer.Advertisement Messi has taken complete advantage of Barca’s incompetent board and the fans’ love for him to a point where he is perhaps considered bigger than the club. Josep Maria Bartomeu seems have a very slouchy personality and does not seem to be the kind of a president who will confront a player’s constant demanding like Florentino Perez did to Cristiano Ronaldo.At the Catalan club, things have gone absolutely haywire with Messi being in the thick of it more often than not since the turn of the calendar five months ago. The year didn’t start off well as Ernesto Valverde was fired from his position, but things got worse when Eric Abidal commented that the players didn’t work hard under the Basque manager. The winger was quick to take to his Instagram handle and rip into the sporting director, when internally things could’ve been solved peacefully.Eric Abidal may not be the club’s sporting director next season and probably even the former left back is himself aware of the fact that he could be sacked from the position after a verbal duel with Messi. Having said that, the club’s captain once again took to social media to report a cut of wages owing to the coronavirus some weeks ago and reported the news even before Barca’s official website could. Such is the audacity of the little man, who is definitely taking complete leeway of being the club’s greatest and most significant personality ever.Over the last couple of months, Messi has been endlessly pushing the board of directors to complete a much-needed revamp but it’s being said that the Argentinian is having more of a say in who must arrive and who should not as compared to Quique Setien. This has created conflicts internally with several players speaking up against his dictatorship.Josep Maria Bartomeu has not talked to the 32-year-old in a very blunt manner amid all that’s going on, but he too would be fed up of how much interference Messi wants to have. That being said, the Blaugrana are anyway not in a situation to meet his financial demands which inflate every year or two and are willing to let go of their man amid constant quarrels, Don Balon says.Read Also: Ronaldo set for Turin return as jet finally landed in MadeiraUntil the next year, when Messi’s contract expires and he is possibly free to walk, Bartomeu may be the Barca president but in his final few days and it would be interesting to see how the elections pan out and whether Joan Laporta has a different lookout over the situation. Nevertheless, there would be no shortage of suitors for the all-time Barcelona top scorer.Inter Milan reportedly will be ready to accommodate the Barca superstar on their roster should matters go their way and Newell’s Old Boys, the player’s first club will always have its doors open to the one who has become the world’s best on his second venture. The MLS continues to be an attractive destination too, but Messi has stayed coy on playing in the USFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Argentina international has been at the club for practically all his life and a few years ago there seemed to be no doubt that he would stay there until the boots needed to be hung. However, things have changed drastically over the past couple of months. Loading… Promoted ContentThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth5 Reasons Why The Black Widow Solo Movie Will Be AwesomeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Things That Actually Ruin Your PhoneYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Addictive And Fun Coffee FactsIs This The Most Delicious Food In The World?Can Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Mind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It AppearedCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Waylast_img read more

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Leicester not interested in Celtic defender Ajer

first_imgLeicester City are not interested in signing Kristoffer Ajer from Celtic. But Caglar Soyuncu’s great form means Leicester’s need is not as great. While Leicestershire Live reports that the club do want to sign a defender, the source claims that 22-year-old Ajer is not their primary target. read also:Rodgers: Pity if Liverpool can’t celebrate title with fans The player’s agent had previously suggested he was likely to leave in the summer, but Celtic boss Lennon is not eager to lose such an important player ahead of next season. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The centre-back was a key figure for Neil Lennon’s team as they won their ninth successive Scottish Premiership this season. He was linked to the Foxes after Harry Maguire went to Manchester United last summer.Advertisement Loading… Promoted Content6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayPretty Awesome Shows That Just Got Canceled9 Best Movie Robots Of All TimePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Top 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny6 TV Shows That Got Better After A Major Character Had Left8 Best 1980s High Tech GadgetsWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?last_img read more

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Ripley County in-person early voting starts today at courthouse

first_imgVersailles, IN—Ripley County Clerk Ginger J. Bradford wishes to announce to the voters of Ripley County that in-person voting for the Primary Election will begin today in the Election Room of the Court House Annex located at 102 West First North Street, Versailles.  Hours are 8 am until 4 pm from today through Friday. Also on Saturday, May 30 from 8 am until 3 pm.  The final time to cast an in-person ballot prior to Election Day is Monday, June 1 from 8 am until noon.  Be sure to bring your picture I.D.  On June 2, Election Day, voters who have not voted early will be able to cast their votes in their regular polling locations with one exception.  Those who voted at the Batesville Knights of Columbus in the past will be voting at the Batesville Middle School New Gymnasium.  Voting hours are 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. If you have questions, contact the Election Room at 812-689-4783.last_img read more

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Tennis News Roger Federer enters last 16 of Wimbledon, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams also makes progress

first_imghighlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Roger Federer registered his 350th win in a Grand Slam.Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal also entered the round of 16.Federer is bidding for his ninth Wimbledon title.center_img London: Eight-time Wimbledon singles champion Roger Federer posted yet more landmarks as all the main contenders encountered few problems in reaching the last 16. Federer registered a record 350th win in Grand Slam matches in his 7-5 6-2 7-6 (7/4) victory over Lucas Pouille of France on Saturday and in the process reached the fourth round for an unprecedented 17th time. “It’s a nice number to achieve. I’ve enjoyed my time at the Slams,” said Federer, who next plays Matteo Berrettini of Italy, of his Grand Slam record. “It’s been nice winning that much.”     Earlier, his great rival and two-time Wimbledon champion Rafael Nadal had a much more enjoyable experience than his previous match as he eased into the last 16 with a 6-2 6-3 6-2 romp over French veteran Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. The ease with which Nadal made the fourth round for the ninth time was replicated on the women’s side by Ashleigh Barty, who will be breaking new ground in appearing in the last 16 for the first time. Seven-time women’s champion Serena Williams is also into the second week for the 16th time.     Nadal, who embraced Tsonga fondly at the end in stark contrast to the chilly handshake he had with fiery Australian Nick Kyrgios in the previous round, said he was delighted with the manner of his victory. “I was very happy. I played a great match from the beginning to the end,” said Nadal.     He next plays Portugal’s Joao Sousa who ended British hopes with a five-set win over Dan Evans. Andy Murray’s hopes of men’s doubles glory ended early as he and French partner Pierre-Hugues Herbert went out in the second round.     However, he was to end the day on a celebratory note as his star partnership with Williams eased into the second round of the mixed doubles beating Germany’s Andreas Mies and Alexa Guarachi of Chile 6-4 6-1. Neither would claim who was running the show.     Serena said there was no “I in team” while Murray said they were both used to being told what to do. “I said to Serena before the match we are the younger siblings so we are used to being bossed by our older brother and sister,” said Murray On the women’s side Barty and Williams could meet in a blockbuster quarter-final if they win their last 16 matches on ‘Manic Monday’.     Two of the top 10 seeds did bow out, Dutch fourth seed Kiki Bertens and American ninth seed Sloane Stephens losing to Czech Republic’s Barbora Strycova and Britain’s French Open semi-finalist Johanna Konta respectively.     While Barty will be in new territory playing singles at Wimbledon in the second week for the first time, for Williams it is the 16th.     ‘Such a buzz going around’      Barty overwhelmed British wild card Harriet Dart 6-1 6-1 while 37-year-old, seven-time champion Williams produced her most convincing display in dispensing with German Julia Goerges 6-3 6-4.     Barty, bidding to become the first Australian Wimbledon women’s champion since Evonne Goolagong Cawley won her second title in 1980, will play unseeded American Alison Riske for a place in the last eight. She is also the first Australian woman to make the second week since 2010.     “Incredible it is a first for me (to be in the last 16), new territory for me.” Williams goes on to face Spain’s Carla Suarez Navarro for a place in the quarter-finals. Eleventh seed Williams, who defeated Goerges in last year’s semi-finals, is bidding to equal Margaret Court’s all-time record of 24 Grand Slam titles.     “It’s been an arduous year for me, so every match I’m hoping to improve tons,” said Williams, who had a knee problem which affected her season. There was no fairytale win in the mixed doubles, though, for the star of the championships Coco Gauff.     The 15-year-old American — who has wowed the crowds in reaching the last 16 of the women’s singles — and her British partner Jay Clarke lost 6-1 6-4 in the first round to Robert Lindstedt and Jelena Ostapenko.last_img read more

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Other Sports PV Sindhu seeks improvement in fitness in search of World Badminton Championship gold

first_imgPV Sindhu has not been able to win a badminton title in 2019.Sindhu lost to Okuhara of Japan and Marin of Spain in previous editions.World Badminton Championship will be held in Basel on August 19. New Delhi: Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu said on Friday that  she has been working on improving her fitness and defence in search of an elusive gold in the showpiece World Championships next week. Sindhu has been the most consistent performer in the World Championships in the last few years with two silver and as many bronze medals but a gold has still eluded her. The 24-year-old Indian ace will once again be the biggest hope as she spearheads the country’s challenge at the World Championship which begins in Basel, Switzerland on August 19.  She lost to Nozomi Okuhara of Japan and Carolina Marin of Spain respectively in the summit clash of the last two editions of the World Championships in 2017 and 2018.Asked if she is hoping to make it third time lucky, Sindhu replied: “Well, I have trained hard and I hope I can do well. I have to perform well but there is no pressure. I been working on my defence, physical fitness and also on-court skills. We do have all kinds of strokes but to improve we have to keep training. So I have to do it all the time to make myself perfect,” Sindhu told PTI in interview.  “It is important to know which strokes to play at the right time, sometimes you can get tired and you can go blank but as a player you need to know which strokes to play in tough situations,” she said.  Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi was the one player who stopped Sindhu twice with an aggressive game plan in the last two tournaments of the year in Indonesia and Japan. Asked if the new World No. 1 Yamaguchi will be the biggest threat to her World Championships gold hope, Sindhu said, “I don’t think so. I played well against her in Indonesia but she was good. She was attacking well and she is also a rally player.  I was not surprised by her aggresion. I was ready but it happens, may be had I won the first game, things could have been different.” Sindhu, who has been seeded fifth, received a bye in the first round and will open her campaign against either Chinese Taipei’s Pai Yu Po or Bulgaria’s Linda Zetchiri. If she wins, Sindhu is likely to meet Beiwen Zhang of USA in the third round while Chinese Taipei’s Tai Tzu Ying is likely to wait for her at the quarterfinals.  “At World Championships, it will not be easy from the first round itself. If you see the draw, I am playing a Chinese Taipei player and then Beiwen Wang, she is not an easy players and if I can win, I will be against Tai Tzu Ying in quarters. I have to focus on each match, because you never know.”  Since claiming the World Tour Finals in December last year, Sindhu has not been able to win another title this year. Two semifinals finishes at India Open and Singapore Open are all she had to show before she produced a superlative display to finish runners-up at Indonesia Open last month.  On her rigorous training under new South Korean coach Kim Ji-hyun, Sindhu said, “It has been good. I am happy with my performance. With Kim, I have a good communication and I hope to do well in World Championship. She pointed out a few mistakes that I was doing at the net, and overall, so I had to improve on that aspect. I got almost a month time before Indonesia, so had a good training and it showed at Indonesia. Her mindset and thinking is different and she motivates me a lot. Every coach has a different approach and I got used to her quickly. She joined after All England, so it took some time to get used to her way. Now we understand each other well.”Asked about her plans for the Tokyo Olympics, she said, “There is still time. It is important to play all the tournaments because the qualification is important. So till April next year, I  plan to play and then we will take a call depending on how my game is, my fitness levels and how training goes.” highlightscenter_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more