Sindhu looked sluggish in her first event in two months at last week's Denmark Open, where she lost in the quarterfinals to fast-rising Korean An Seyoung.
Sindhu, a bronze medalist at the Tokyo Olympics, took a break due to the hectic schedule during the Games, but she will be eager to win.
PV Sindhu has not been included as she had requested not to be considered for selection citing post Tokyo Olympics recovery.
The Hyderabadi shuttler's latest accomplishment is becoming the first Indian woman to win two Olympic individual medals.
The Hyderabadi shuttler defied odds to embark on an incredible run at the 2016 Rio Games to deliver India’s first silver medal in badminton.
Saina Nehwal became the first Indian badminton player to win an Olympic medal after clinching the bronze in the 2012 London Games.
Sindhu will carry a billion hopes as she remains one of the favourites to claim a medal at the delayed Tokyo Games, beginning July 23.
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Saina Nehwal lost her chance to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics as BWF canceled qualifiers due to the raging coronavirus pandemic.
Nehwal and Srikanth finished outside the top 16 of the singles rankings in the Race to Tokyo standings, thereby missing out on Olympic berths.