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Rohtak in Haryana is best known for physical, contact sports such as wrestling, hockey, basketball and volleyball – sports in which the district has done well in recent years.

However, an emerging shuttler is hoping to add badminton to the list of medals for Haryana at the Khelo India Youth Games starting in a few days.

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Unnati Hooda, who has recently stepped on the badminton horizon, has given the city a different star with its smash, drop shots, crisp returns, and clever netplay.

Come on June 3rd, this will be a name to watch at DBG Senior Secondary Public School, Rohtak 10th class pass out play India Youth Games. He has already set his sights on gold.

Although the 15-year-old Unti, a trooper, has also been a threat to many celebrities, she has recently been getting better than Saina Nahwal at the India Open.

Later, Nahwal praised the young man, saying he was a champion in making. This happened after winning the Odisha Open in January, becoming the youngest Indian to win a Super 100 event.

Onati learned sports at the Chhoto Ram Stadium in Rohtak, which is known for producing top wrestlers, including Olympic medalist Sakshi Malik.

But her father Upkar was always passionate about badminton and wanted his daughter to take part in the sport, which he did and was proud of.

“It was beyond my expectations. She excelled in both sports and studies, and I wanted her to excel in badminton,” said Upkar, who decided to focus on her daughter’s career in badminton. Quit teaching job, organizers of Khelo India Youth Games were quoted on Saturday.

She was a member of the women’s team for the Uber Cup 2022 in Bangkok, coincidentally her first overseas tour as part of the Indian team. In the last six months, Unti has worked hard to raise her standard and she was excited to rub her shoulders with her ideal PV Sindhu.

“It was very interesting to play with Sindhu, which every budding player dreams of,” said Unti. “I follow all his (Sindhu’s) matches. I like his determination and his discipline. And winning two Olympic medals is no small feat, ”he added.

KIYG’s Badminton Games Manager Sunita Singh commented on Ananti’s participation in the Games, saying, “We are happy to have this (Unati) for the Youth Games. Will be.”

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