New Delhi: Ravaged by injuries and a slump in form, Indian golfer Arjun Atwal is still undecided about playing in the USD 1,250,000 Indian Open to be held at the Delhi Golf Club from November 7 to 10.
"I am still undecided about the Indian Open. I will be flying back to Orlando, I got a few things to do there. I might get an entry at McGladrey Classic in the PGA tour. If I do, I will miss the India Open but if I don't, I will comeback and play in the India Open," said Atwal on the sidelines of a Indian Golf Union programme, where they announced the launch of National Handicapping Service (NHS) on November 3.
"As an Indian I want to play in the Indian Open. I am asked by people 'As an Indian national don't you feel pride in playing in the 50th year of Indian Open?'. I say what I have been doing for last so many years all over the world. I have always represented India, not America or Switzerland and it is part of my job."