Siem Reap: Shiv Kapur, who last won more than six years ago in his rookie year in 2005, is hoping that a meditation course he undertook last fortnight will once again get him back to winning ways as he tees up at the inaugural Handa Faldo Cambodian Classic from Wednesday.
Kapur is among the group of five Indians, who tee up this week alongside Himmat Rai, Ajeetesh Sandhu, Sujjan Singh and Feroz Ali. Also in the field is Kunal Bhasin, an Australian of Indian origin.
"I've just been on a five-day meditation course about 10 days ago and then played in a local team event last week. All in all, the game has been steady. I've been getting anxious with the lack of results and I thought I'd do some work with the mind a bit," said Kapur.