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I managed the tyres, and hijacked my stories whenever he got a chance; showed no qualms in inserting his name into my byline,seven-time Russian Grand Prix champions and are known for their never-say-die attitude on the court.Despite a few concerns about their on-court pairing the proper blend of attacking and defensive prowess remains the highlight of Sozonov and Ivanov’s career so far The pair has become an inspiration for the up-and-coming shuttlers from Europe Speaking to Firstpostduring the ongoing Premier Badminton League (PBL) the World No 8 pair – who represent the Delhi Dashers – spoke about winning the All England Open competition in the men’s doubles and about the sport in Russia: Excerpts: FP: You two became the first ever Russians to win the All England title in 2016 How was the experience Sozonov: That was two years ago After this (PBL) tournament it was the best result of our career It’s an amazing feeling (to win) After this win people back in Russia started to like badminton and called us for interviews We are happy about that FP: Has the approach towards badminton changed in Russia after that win Russia’s Vladimir Ivanov and Ivan Sozonov after winning the men’s doubles final of the All England Open 2016 Reuters Sozonov: Not much maybe for few months It’s changing Badminton in Russia is not as popular like India but we are fighting We want the same attention FP: Were you welcomed like heroes once you returned Sozonov: No just like simple people who won one of the best tournaments in our sport We were invited to some channels for video interviews or online interviews Even before the Olympics a lot ofsports have interviews During March and April they started with the interviews before the Olympic Games We don’t have much time for badminton so no hero’s welcome back FP: People don’t often choose badminton Why Sozonov: Many people choose different sports We have five main sports in Russia like football and hockey and many people play sports Some people want to go to the Winter Games as it’s a beautiful sport In badminton you need luck FP: Kevin Sanjaya-Marcus Gideon or Mathias Boe-Carsten Mogensen Your toughest opponent Sozonov: Both Danish players are always strong and they’ve been playing for so many years Also they have been in top-five or top-three in the year Every year they have medals at the World Championships and Olympics They also win a few Superseries tournaments But the Indonesians are always strong In the whole history of badminton the Indonesians have been strong Every time they produce good players Before this (Kevin and Marcus) it was Hendra Setiawan and Mohammad Ahsan Every year we see new doubles pairs FP: Do you enjoy being a part of PBL Ivanov: Of course it’s a big event for us A big experience for us because we train with some of the best players in the world We like Indian food It’s very tasty Russia’s Vladimir Ivanov and Ivan Sozonov celebrate victory in the men’s doubles final of the All England Open 2016 FP: Talk us through your famous ‘Haka’ celebration after winning the All England Did you actually practise it Sozonov: Of course Not too many times but before the final We tried to practise it for five to ten times This gave us the confidence to win the final We wanted to show the celebration FP: How many years has it been for you two as a men’s doubles pair Sozonov: Around nine years or maybe more than that We have different roles Vladimir plays at the back and I play at the net I’m a bit quicker on the net and he has some good attacking smashes I try to cover the net so that our opponents give Vladimir the chance to finish the rally FP: Tell us about your experience in Delhi over the years Sozonov: We play many times at the Siri Fort Complex Like 10 times before and of course it’s a good arena The more we play here the better we get This is our home arena and people come to support us and it’s a pleasure FP: Do you get some support from the association in Russia Sozonov: All our trips for competitions are taken care of by the government They have a national camp in Russia too FP: One of you has a liking for shooting as well… Sozonov: Yes it’s Vladimir It is one of his hobbies He likes hunting and sports shooting Ivanov: I participated two times in a shooting competition Shooting to the tables Maybe after professional career (in badminton) I’ll try FP: Apart from badminton what are the other sport you like to play Sozonov: We can play many sports from football and indoor basketball ice hockey and skiing We both like watersports Vladimir likes to snowboard Different kinds of sports are good for us as we like it If you have a chance to try it we try FP: Which pair will rule the men’s doubles section in the future Ivanov: Of course the Indonesians Marcus Fernaldi (and Kevin Sanjaya) they are from our generation but are currently younger than us Also China has some good players too The 17 to 18-year-olds who have played against us So China and Indonesia I think FP: What are your thoughts on India’s Satwiksairaj Rankireddy Ivanov: He played us and is just 17-years-old Already goes to two quarterfinals last year and it’s a great result for him If he plays and practises more we might have a new badminton star Polling for the crucial MCD election in Delhi seen as a barometer of the power struggle between the incumbent BJP and AAP concluded on Sunday The counting for the election will begin at 8 am on Wednesday The initial hours of polling on Sunday which began at 8 am witnessed a dismal turnout The situation improved as people trooped out later in the day as the intense heat waned The final voter turnout was recorded at around 5358 percent Early exit polls revealed that the saffron party will clinch over 200 of the 272 wards in MCD An exit poll conducted by ABP News predicted that BJP will get 218 seats out of 272 seats Aam Aadmi Party which runs the state government in Delhi was predicted to get 24 seats while the Congress party was pegged to get 22 seats said the exit poll survey Representational image Agencies Meanwhile the India Today-Axis poll gave the BJP a lead of between 202 and 220 seats It said BJP would clinch between 78 to 84 seats in the North Delhi Municipal Corporation while 79-85 in the south and 45-51 in the east It also put AAP and Congress neck and neck for second place with the former just about inching ahead with 23-35 seats as against 19-31 for the latter BJP Delhi president Manoj Tiwari expressed satisfaction with the results and attributed it to Prime Minister Narendra Modi "Exit poll results are according to our expectations" BJP president Manoj Tiwari told India Today "Modi has won the hearts of people from sections of society The BJP has taken all its decisions for the welfare of India while the AAP has looted citizens of Delhi" Congress leaders avoided drawing conclusions based on these surveys instead advising patience till 26 April when votes will be counted?