Saina Nehwal tweeted tagging External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. She said next week she has to join the competition in Odense but visas are not ready.
New Delhi| India’s top shuttler Saina Nehwal has sought help from the Foreign Ministry over the delay in getting Denmark’s visa. Saina has to reach Odense to participate in the Denmark Open starting next week. The competition is to be held in Odense from 15 to 20 October. Denmark Open holds the status of Badminton World Federation Super 750 tournament.
I have an urgent request regarding visa for me and my trainer to Denmark. I have a tournament next week in Odense and we don’t have our visas processed yet . Our matches are starting on Tuesday next week . @DrSJaishankar @MEAQuery @DenmarkinIndia #danisadenmarkopen2019
— Saina Nehwal (@NSaina) October 7, 2019
Saina tweeted tagging External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. In the tweet, Saina wrote, “I want to make the necessary request for myself and trainer’s visa for Denmark. Next week I have to join the competition in Odense and our visas are not ready yet. Our matches on Tuesday next week Are starting. ”
Last year, Saina Nehwal finished second in the competition. He was defeated in the final by Tai Tzu-Ying of China. The 29-year-old Indian shuttler has won a bronze medal at the Olympics.