The ‘Golden Girl’ from Hyderabad in the realm of Karate Fighter, Syeda Falak has now accomplished another critical deed making it to the Indian group for the US Open Karate Championship in Las Vegas from March 24th to 27th also to the Dubai Open Championship from April 6 to 8 furthermore the WKF Premier League in Dubai from 8th to 10th April. The 22-year-old Falak, who was the first from the recently framed Telangana State to win a senior national gold, feels that these occasions ought to be of awesome involvement in her attempt to keep climbing the stepping stool.

“With the best of the karatekas competing from across the world, I am all excited and at the same time very keen to prove a point or two,” Falak informed The Hindu .

Hyderabad’s golden girl Syeda Falak to represent India at USA Open Karate Championship


Syeda Falak Won 19 National Titles and 13 Worldwide Awards

Syeda Falak  is the victor of 13 worldwide medal and 19 national titles will be contending in the 68 kg class has as of now tasted what it intends to arrive in such occasions have effectively spoken to India in the World title prior. This young lady from the old city of Hyderabad prior had the disaster of missing the 2014 Asian Games in spite of qualifying as a result of warring gatherings in the national league.

“Well, there are certain things which are beyond our control. All I am doing right now is to focus on my sport and keep winning laurels,” says the champion competitor who hails from the by-paths of Dewan Devdi close Medina at the noteworthy Charminar.

Syeda Falak said that no perfect partners were there with her

“The biggest problem for me is that I don’t have quality sparring partners. But, thanks to the efforts of my coach and mentor Balram Rajput, I could continue my passion for the sport which not many girls dare to take up,” she says with a big smile.

Falak constantly cherished difficulties from adolescence and that is the motivation behind why she has forayed into karate and is currently obviously looking ahead to winning more trees for the nation.