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Wednesday 13 Sep 2017 04.03 PM

Sharing experiences with youngsters will help my game: Sreejesh

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Injured Indian hockey custodian P R Sreejesh feels sharing his experiences with the youngsters will not only benefit them but will also help him in honing his skills further.

Sreejesh, who has been out of action for five months due to a knee injury, is on his way to complete recovery and has joined his teammates at SAI Centre, Bengaluru to continue his rehabilitation process.

"I think it's important for me to share my experiences with the younger players and give them feedback on their performances. That also helps me in improving my game as I can also learn from them. When I come back on the field, I will know where I need to make improvements," Sreejesh said.

Sreejesh has been helping the younger players in the national camp, something that will benefit young goalkeepers like Akash Chikte and Suraj Karkera in the upcoming Hero Asia Cup in Dhaka.

Sreejesh sustained the knee injury during this year's Azlan Shah Cup that also forced him to miss the World League Semi-Final in London.

The 29-year-old goalkeeper, who led India to the silver medal in last year's Champions Trophy in London, looked in good spirits as he made his return to SAI Centre, Bengaluru today. PTI

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