New Delhi: After returning to the European Tour with a win at Dubai City Challenge last week, Shiv Kapur has now set his eyes on the 50th edition of Hero Indian Open that gets underway at the Delhi Golf Club from Thursday.
Shiv said it was satisfying to win the European Challenge Tour Grand Final but it also left him drained. He would look to pull himself up and hoped his "good form" will give him a "better chance" to clinch the prestigious title.
"It was a satisfying win. Playing three tours, juggling between events and finally winning in the end is satisfying. But mentally it was straining. I got tired but coming into the tournament with a victory boosts the confidence," Shiv told reporters in New Delhi.