Kolkata: Having missed out on a bronze medal in Guangzhou four years ago, Indian recurve archer Deepika Kumari is looking to open her account in the individual event at the Asian Games in Incheon next month.
That the three-time 'World Cup Final' silver-medallist is peaking at the right time is a welcome sign, India coach Dharmendra Tiwary, who is incidentally her personal coach since she picked up the bow at the Tata Archery Academy, told PTI from New Delhi.
"She's showing signs of her old form after changing the equipment. In archery, a comeback player usually peaks after a month after getting back to the rhythm. I'm happy that she's enjoying her shootings. I'm hopeful of seeing her on the podium for the first time," the coach, who has been given a contract till the Asian Games, said.