New Delhi: With the Commonwealth Games gold in her kitty, India's top female wrestler Babita Kumari has now shifted focus to the Asian Games and is working on a totally different approach to tackle Japanese and Chinese opponents she is likely to encounter.
The 24-year-old is training hard on her speed and tactics for the Asiad to be held in the South Korean city of Incheon from September 19 to October 4.
"Wrestling at the Asian Games is extremely tough, it's almost of World or Olympic level. The Japanese and Chinese are some of the best in the business as they are brilliant when it comes to speed. Tackling them will be hard," Babita, who defeated Canadian Brittanee Laverdure to clinch the 55 kg freestyle gold at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, said.