New Delhi: She ousted none other than Olympic bronze-medallist MC Mary Kom to make the Commonwealth Games-bound Indian team but far from revelling in the new-found attention, Pinki Jangra says she has begun to feel the pressure of delivering a medal after her giant-slaying act in the trials.
The 24-year-old flyweight boxer from Haryana created quite a flutter after getting the better of five-time world champion Mary Kom, who was on a comeback trail after a two-year break following the birth of her third child, in the recent trials.
"I feel a bit of pressure now. I have beaten the best in trials, now I would have to prove myself a worthy selection. That is possible only through a medal at CWG. I have to get a medal to prove myself. So, yes there will be pressure on me," Pinki said in an interview.