The camp will focus on preparing the team for the two-match FIH Olympic Qualifiers against the USA to be held on November 1 and 2.
The best of the two matches will determine the team that will qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
In their recent tour of England, the Indian women’s team led by Rani Rampal won their first match against Great Britain 2-1, while drew three matches (1-1, 0-0, 2-2) before losing 1-3 to the home team.
“It was a good tour because we got to play a strong team like Great Britain and we did well against the pressure Great Britain created in each of the matches. The one week break I believe will give the players enough time to recover mentally and physically,” said Indian women’s team chief coach Sjoerd Marijne.
“There is a lot of excitement among the players to compete in Bhubaneswar which has truly become a hockey destination for world events. During the camp, it is important for the team to get used to the pitch and we are also looking at playing practice matches amongst ourselves,” he added.
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