New Delhi: They have not played together after winning a bronze medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games here but Rushmi Chakravarthi feels she and Sania Mirza have enough individual experience behind them to again gel well as a team at the upcoming London Olympics.
Rushmi, 34, got a wild card entry with Sania for the women's doubles event in London Olympics, last night. "She (Sania) is a top doubles player in the world. I have also won many ITF doubles tournaments. We have played together at the CWG also. So the feeling of the playing doubles is there. We do have certain understanding," Rushmi, who is currently in Chennai, said.
"We have played before that (CWG) and it does not change much game wise. So it won't be a problem."