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Ajay believes badminton's changed since the Olympics where India won its first bronze. "It's definitely huge now. Thanks to Saina's feat badminton's now amongst the top sports in the country. There is an increased awareness about the sport which means there will be more kids taking to badminton, more funds etc which will definitely push badminton in the country to a whole new level."
His personal goals is to break into the Top 15. "This year has taught me that if you are persistent and stick on, no matter what the disappointments and obstacles, success definitely awaits you. My new year resolution is to become mentally tougher and go on court every time with a pumped up attitude. I would like to leave behind the disappointments of this year. I don't want to change my attitude of never giving up and keep working harder no matter what the losses," he ends.
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