With barely less than a month left for the event to start, Saurav Ghosal, India’s top ranked Squash player is gunning for the eluding yellow metal this time after losing it in the last three editions.
Saurav Ghosal, who is training in Leeds under Malcolm Willstrop is trying to fine edge his game with a right balance.
Previously the player has also trained under David Palmer in Florida and his game has definitely improved this time. The player had to settle for a silver medal at Asian Games 2014 at Incheon and hoping to move further this time by improving his game with a fine balance of mental and physical fitness.
Ghosal who will be turn 32 just before a fews days of the Jakarta Palembang event know that this is the best chance for him to win a gold and make the country proud and to give the best of himself to the game.