Huelva, 14 Dec (EFE).- Carolina Marín, 2016 Olympic badminton champion and currently an ambassador for the 2021 Huelva World Cup, intends to be fit to compete in late February or early March, following a severe knee injury she sustained last June, her coach said. , Fernando Rivas.
The champions coach Huelva, in a statement to Canal Sur Radio, stated that he believed the Spaniard had overcome the “bad emotions” that his absence from the World Cup being played until this Sunday in his hometown, in the pavilion. which exactly bears his name.
He realized that his team was worried? If the fact that the Huelva-born driver is in World Cup competition without being able to compete would trigger “bad emotions”, but he assures, however, that the three-time world champion is “good enough?” and have? internalized? this situation.
In this regard, he emphasizes that they have done a ?good job?, especially with his psychologist, María Martínez, who has had an impact in fighting ?bitterness? own? illusion? for being at the World Cup on his ground but unable to play.
Her coach explained that, having assumed that she wouldn’t be able to compete in this very special competition, Carolina had any desire to compete? Sleepy?, but sure? As soon as he sets goals and visualizes them in training. process, do you want to go back because it’s something built-in?
Rivas detailed that the Olympic champion at Rio 2016 was training today in Huelva and that when the World Cup ended, he would enjoy a two-week vacation, as he hardly rested in the summer with his knee recovering, before facing his return.
“We want to be ready to play in late February or early March,” said her coach who confirmed Carolina Marín will act as a World Cup ambassador today, supporting the Spanish organization and badminton.
He emphasized that it was almost impossible? Carolina Marín arrived just in time for the match, but clarified that? with him anything is possible?, and added that the main cause of the delay in his recovery was the parameniscal cyst that had been causing him pain for the past three weeks.
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