Now he will have to wait a year more to make his Olympic debut, but India's star spearhead Neeraj Chopra believes that at this point of time humanity is focused on Kovid 19 rather than anything else. Go Chopra qualified for the Olympics earlier this month through the Athletics Central North East Meeting League in South Africa. He is returning to the circuit after an elbow injury. The Commonwealth and Asian Games champion said in a statement, "It is a good and expected decision for the players under these circumstances.
There is no time to celebrate the Olympics at this time. It has to be taken positively that we have got one more year to prepare." "Two-time Olympian boxer Vikas Krishnan said, "Humanity is finally at the top. I am glad that this decision was taken keeping in mind the corona virus infection." Commonwealth and Asian Games champion Vikas said, "It will affect our preparations but I will win Olympic gold I will be able to prepare better for this. ”Earlier yesterday, the top Indian players like MC Marikom and Saina Nehwal also welcomed the decision of the IOC.