In the past two months, his inarguably exciting game has paid rich dividends for the 20-year-old. Sen won a bronze at his maiden World Championships as a senior in December. He recently bagged the India Open title in New Delhi, where he beat world champion Loh Kean Yew in the finals. Suddenly, the new kid on the block is in the spotlight. “It is great that people have been talking about me. I like the attention,” says Sen. “But I just want to continue to perform at the highest level.”
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