Production of Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy (PPBA) In Bengaluru, Sen has been in wonderful form for the last six months.
He claimed first bronze at the World Championships, winning the India Open title in January before performing second best in both the German Open and the All England Open Championships.
“I am happy with his tactical skills, he has improved significantly. He is calm and has been able to cope well with difficult situations. After confronting. Anthonsen), “Vimle told PTI.
“Now he will be investigated and studied and he will have to face all this. Overall, he is going in the right direction but he can attack more from behind the court and bring more variety.”
The 20-year-old from Almora had hoped to win the Indian All-England Championship when he reached the final but his dream was dashed in Birmingham when he became the world number one and Olympic champion in straight games. Victor Excelson On sunday.
“He’s disappointed but he has that spirit. He’s very real and he knows why he lost. He knows what he needs to improve if he wants to beat someone like Excelson. He understands that he Can’t be too bad or disappointed, “said Vimal, who is the head coach at PPBA in Bengaluru.
Sen was hammering and twisting in 2019, winning five titles but the Kovid-19 epidemic threw a spanner into his work. When he returned last year after a break due to a second wave of the virus, he was desperate to prove his worth on the international stage.
The Thomas Cup snub where he failed to get a place in the Indian team after losing just one match in the trials, further boosted his ambitions.
Disappointed, he set off for a two-week battle with Olympic champion Axelson.
“He did the world good for his game. He picked things up from Excelson and went into the European circuit on his own without a coach and that made it more difficult for him to handle things on his own,” said the 59-year-old. , Former two-time national champion.
“One thing about Goal is that he’s very good at taking instructions in the game and executing them. We usually give an overall idea but he picks things up and knows what needs to be done.”
Sen also had a period of European training in October where he trained with the Danish national team, played for the Danish club Aarhus and trained at the Peter Gad Academy.
Lakshya had spent a lot of time in the last two years picking up the brain of former Danish World No. 1 Martin Frost when he was visiting Bengaluru. All this time spent with legends helped him develop his game.
Apart from the regular BWF World Tour events, including the World Championships and World Tour Finals, a busy season awaits this year with big-ticket events such as the Commonwealth Games and Asian Games.
“He shouldn’t be obsessed with anything, just plan and play well and not think further.”
Vimal believes that the freedom to choose how, when and where to train is important for Sen’s further development.
“I don’t believe in the idea that you shouldn’t train with other top players because they will know your secrets, because there are no secrets,” he said.
“And going forward, I want him to have all the freedom to go anywhere and train, whether it’s Indonesia, Thailand or Denmark, because that’s about select sports,” he signed.