Heena Sidhu’s coach and life-partner, Ronak Pandit, has revealed that the determination shown by his wife is the reason why she has won so much on the international level. Heena will be competing for the gold medal at the Asian Games in the 10m air pistol event along with youngster Manu Bhaker.
Heena Sidhu created history back in 2013 as she became the first Indian pistol shooter to win a gold medal in an ISSF World Cup finals when she won the
Her husband and coach, Ronak Pandit, heaped praise on his wife as he claimed that her determination and passion to always keep winning has helped her over the years.
“I wouldn’t use the word finicky. Shooters demand perfection. The margins are so close that when you take a shot from a distance of 35
Pandit, who himself won a 25m standard pistol gold medal while he partnering Samaresh Jung at the 2006 Commonwealth Games and a silver at the Asian Games in the same year in the 25m standard pistol team event with Jung and Jaspal Rana, is well aware of what it took to succeed in
“It’s a technical sport, so there are a lot of things that can affect you. If you don’t do the background work, then your performance will fall short somewhere. Shooters first take care of these things like the lighting or the quality of equipment or the range as these are the easiest to do,” Sidhu said.
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