CHENNAI: The second Grand Prix leg of the ladies’s on-line pace chess championships, organized by FIDE, will start from July 1. World no. 9 D Harika, who certified for this stage after being a part of the Swiss match earlier this month, is amongst these vying for high honours on this leg.
The 29-year-old is clearly not taking a lot stress forward of the occasion. “All I need to do is figure laborious and provides 100 p.c and play, relaxation (I’ll take) no matter comes,” Harika instructed TOI on the eve of the occasion.
Greater than mulling so much concerning the outcomes, Harika is completely satisfied simply to have the ability to play the sport in these unsure instances. “Proper now, we don’t have many tournaments. So, any probability to play chess is nice. So I simply need to think about the method of it. I don’t need to have any stress,” Harika mentioned.
With not a lot separating the gamers in these tournaments, Harika is conscious of the significance of going with a clear slate. “I’m not going with any expectations and am getting into in a clean way of thinking. The one goal for me might be to battle and take every day because it comes,” she mentioned.