Before the Women’s Hockey World Cup, Savita spoke to the fans, said – need your love and support

New Delhi, June 24 (H.S.). Indian women’s hockey team captain Savita has spoken her heart out in an open letter to fans ahead of the World Cup to be held in Netherlands and Spain. Savita wrote, “With less than a week left for the much awaited FIH Women’s Hockey World Cup to begin in the […]
 


Before the Women’s Hockey World Cup, Savita spoke to the fans, said – need your love and support

New Delhi, June 24 (H.S.). Indian women’s hockey team captain Savita has spoken her heart out in an open letter to fans ahead of the World Cup to be held in Netherlands and Spain.

Savita wrote, “With less than a week left for the much awaited FIH Women’s Hockey World Cup to begin in the Netherlands and Spain, the entire Indian women’s hockey team is excited and eager to represent the country in this marquee quadrennial event. Since the Tokyo Olympics, we have received huge support from Indian hockey fans from all over the world and we sincerely hope that you are able to mobilize your support for us this time by attending matches in Amstelveen, Netherlands and Teresa, Spain.”

He wrote, “From July 3rd to July 7th, we will play our round robin league matches against England, China and New Zealand respectively. Topping the pool will take us to the quarter-finals which will also be played in Amstelveen. If we finish second or third in our pool (B) we will have to play crossover matches in Teresa, Spain to qualify for the quarter-finals and from there the semi-finals and final will be played in Spain. We are confident that with your love and support we will be able to achieve the desired result. The Indian women’s hockey team has never won a medal in the World Cup and this time it is our mission to make that dream come true.”

He further wrote, “At the Olympic Games in Tokyo, we fought with all our hearts and came so close to winning a medal. Our performance in Tokyo gave us confidence that we could finish on the podium at global events. After the Olympics, we focused on taking our performance to the next level. We have harnessed our energy to do well in the FIH Pro League and a third place finish in this prestigious league has given us a boost ahead of the World Cup. Over the past few months, we have worked very hard to be a better team and the credit for our on-field exploits goes to a dedicated team of support staff who work tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure that we To be the best We would also like to make a special mention to the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Sports Authority of India, Hockey India, Indian Olympic Association and especially the State Government of Odisha, without whose support we would not have got the best facilities and experience to prepare for the World Cup. was.”

She wrote in the last, “On behalf of the Indian women’s hockey team, I wish your best wishes and wholehearted support for the FIH Women’s World Cup. Even though we may be many miles away from home, we hope that Indians living in the Netherlands and Spain will support us and become history’s witnesses.”