The Wrestling Federation (WFI) is beginning to deliver on the promise it had the product of appointing personal coaches for its elite wrestlers. The first wrestler to benefit from a private train is likewise India’s most decorated wrestler, Sushil Kumar, who could be skilled with the aid of Russia’s Malikov Kamal.
The-time Olympics medallist had written to WFI, asking it to appoint a non-public coach for him at the earliest as he became keen to regain height health and form beforehand of the qualifying tournaments for the Olympic Games. One such event is the September World Championships in Astana, Kazakhstan. Kamal is expected to draw an income of $ 3,000 in line with the month to be funded through WFI’s partnership with the TATA Group. Most importantly, Italy has signed a 3-12-month agreement with WFI to become its foremost name sponsor.
Malikov may be the 1/3 personal coach connected to Indian wrestlers after Georgian Shako Bentinidis and Hungary’s Woller Akos. Bentinidis supervises Bajrang Punia’s training while Akos works with Vinesh Phogat. However, their remuneration is looked after via non-income corporations JSW and OGQ, respectively.