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first_img“It is very important for all the players to achieve “It is very important for all the players to achieve their peak level at the Olympics. So we had rested some players in the Azlan Shah Cup and we also got to learn that 4-5 senior players will get rest during the six-nation tournament in Valencia (after next months Champions Trophy in London),” Sardar said. He also stressed on the need to be more focussed on the ground during the Olympics. “It wont be easy (medal). Concentration and we will have to concentrate hard because we tend to relax when the ball is near our 25 yard circle. “Sports Authority of India has provided us a psychologist who conducts 2-3 classes in a week of one hour session and it is helping us a lot,” Sardar said. On personal front having shouldered the responsibility of Indias midfield for a long time, Sardar is now eyeing to play more attacking hockey and in the process score goals, which of late he is doing. “Now we have good players who can play at the back. In the midfield also we have good players like Manpreet (Singh) Chinglensana (Singh), Dharamvir (Singh) so I am trying to play attacking hockey. If you have seen in the past few matches whenever I have entered the opponents 25 yard circle something dangerous has happened,” he said. Sardar also wished good luck to the Indian eves, who qualified for the Olympics after a long hiatus of 36 years. “We feel proud that the girls have also qualified for the Olympics. They deserve it because they have put in a lot of hard work to achieve that. If they do well in Rio it would be a positive sign for womens hockey in India,” he signed off. PTI SSC PM PMadvertisementlast_img read more

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